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“Nomadland” wins at Bafta, best film and best director – Film


(ANSA) – ROME, April 11 – Victory for “Nomadland” at Bafta, award for British cinema. The TV series by Chloe Zhao tells the story of a community of American seniors who were left on the sidelines of the Great Depression who invented a new life in trucks in the West. America, won the best film and best director award. The film’s heroine, Frances McDormand, was also awarded the Best Actress Award. Best Actor Anthony Hopkins as an old man with dementia in “The Father” by French director Florian Zeller.

Hence, a new success for Chinese director Chloe Zhao, who, after winning yesterday at the Dga Awards, the prestigious award designated by the Hollywood Federation of Directors, is a candidate. favorite for the Oscar ceremony on April 25. Beat another favorite movie to win, “Rocks” of England.

Tonight’s awards ceremony, which took place without an audience due to limited coronaviruses, was broadcast from Royal Albert Hall in London. This year’s edition rewards diversity, with many contenders from all over the world and largely represented by women, following controversy over white performer dominance and female absence director among the candidates last year.

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