Daniel Kaluuya Wins Best Supporting Actor Oscar | NOW

The 93rd Oscars award ceremony is currently underway in Los Angeles. These are the most important winners so far.

Actor Daniel Kaluuya won the award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Judas and the Black Messiah. The film is about an FBI informant who infiltrates the Black Panther Party to keep an eye on the chairman (Daniel Kaluuya).

Chloé Zhao won the Oscar for Best Direction, making her only the second woman ever to receive an Academy Award in that category. The first was Kathryn Bigelow, who received the Oscar in 2010 for The Hurt Locker.

Zhao, who grew up in China, directed the film Nomadland in which Francis McDormand travels the United States as a modern nomad after the death of her husband, always looking for a new job.

Chloé Zhao, manager of van Nomadland. Photo: ANP

Not an Oscar for Srebrenica film Where are you going, Aida?

The prize for best international film went to Danish film Pressure. This included the Srebrenica drama Where are you going, Aida? from Bosnia.

Pressure is co-produced by the Dutch company Topkapi Films. The film, which was released in the US as Another Round, was already a favorite with bookmakers. Druk tells about four teachers, played by Mads Mikkelsen, among others, who will from now on stand with alcohol in front of the classroom as an experiment.

The 93rd edition of the Oscars will take place on Sunday from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and Union Station in the same city. The nominees are at Union Station, accompanied by a maximum of one guest.



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