Oscar 2021: Best Movie Nomadland, Actor Anthony

‘Nomadland’ has been selected as the best film at the 93rd Oscars. The film is directed by Chloe Zhao.

The winners of the 93rd edition of the Academy Awards (Oscars), the world’s biggest film awards, were announced on Monday.

This time the best film has been selected ‘Nomadland’. The film is directed by Chinese director Chloe Zhao.

This year’s event will be held in Los Angeles, USA on Monday at 6 am Bangladesh time.

Two venues for the Oscars this year have been the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and the Union Station in Los Angeles.

The entire show is being shown live in more than 225 countries around the world through the ABC network.

Francis McDomand won the Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in Nomadland. This is his third Oscar.

Eighty-year-old actor Sir Anthony Hopkins won the Oscar for Best Actor. He received the award for his performance in The Father.

Daniel Caluia won the Best Supporting Actor award for Judas and the Black Messiah. All the crew in this film are black, the first in the history of the Oscars.

Other British Oscar winners include Emerald Fennell, who won the award for best screenplay. Yu-Jung Eun won Best Supporting Actress. This is the first Oscar win for a South Korean artist to perform.

‘Soul’ won an Oscar for Best Animated Film and Best Original Music.

This year’s Oscars were the best in terms of color diversity. Nine out of 20 people nominated in different categories were of different castes.

This is the first time that artists of other castes besides whites have received so many nominations.

2021: Best Movie Nomadland, Actor Anthony

MovieNomadland
ActorAnthony Hopkins (The Father)
ActressFrancis McDomand (Nomadland)
Co-actorDaniel Calvia (Judas and the Black Messiah)
Co-actressYu-Jung Eun (Minaret)
DirectorChloe Zhao (Nomadland)
Basic ScreenplayEmerald Panel (Promising Young Women)
Adaptive ScreenplayThe Father (Christopher Hampton and Florian District)
Animated MoviesSoul
DocumentaryMy Octopus Teacher (Pippa Erlich, James Reed and Craig Foster)
International filmsAnother round (Denmark)
Original songFight for You (Judas and the Black Messiah)
Basic musicSoul (Trent Region, Attisus Ross and John Batista)
CinematographyMonk (Eric Messrs. Meet)
Visual effectsTennett (Andrew Jackson, David Lee, Andrew Lock and Scott Fisher)
Movie EditingSound of Metal (Mikkel EG Nielsen)
Costume designMother Rainis Black Bottom (Ann Roth)
SoundSound of Metal (Nicholas Baker, Jaime Buxt, Michel Kautolenk, Carlos Cortes and Philip Blad)
Production designMack (Donald Graham and Jan Pascal)
Makeup-hair styleMa Rainis Black Bottom (Sergio Lopez-Rivera, Mia Neil and Jamaica Wilson)
Live action short filmTwo Distant Strangers (Travel Free and Martin Desmond Rowe)
Animated short filmIf Anything Happens I Love You (Will McCormack and Michael Gavier)
Documentary shortColette (Anthony Giachino and Alice Dyard)