“Nomadland,” the story of a woman, her lonely journey and those like her who drift from temporary job to job, a forgotten but important part of the work force, shone the brightest on Sunday’s 93rd Academy Awards.
The film, starring France McDormand, won four of the eight “major” Oscars. Included in that list was McDormand herself, and awards for best director and best adapted screenplay.
The 93rd Academy Awards ceremony was held in a unique format, combining an intimate event at Union Station in Los Angeles with remote content. But one tradition remains: the focus on the most glamour awards. Here are the ones who will go home with Oscar tonigh.:
- Best Picture: “Nomadland.”
- Best Director: Chloe Zhao, “Nomadland.”
- Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins, “The Father”
- Best Actress: France McDormand, “Nomadland.”
- Best Supporting Actress: Youn Yuh-Jung, “Minari.”
- Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya, “Judas and the Black Messiah.”
- Best Original Screenplay: “Promising Young Woman.”
- Best Adapted Screenplay: “Nomadland.”
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