91st Academy Awards: ‘Green Book’ Wins Best Picture; ‘Roma’, Best Director


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Variety

February 24, 2019

 

“Bohemian Rhapsody” led the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday, taking home four awards in the actor, film editing, sound mixing, and sound editing categories.

Close behind with three wins each were “Roma,” “Black Panther,” and “Green Book,” which won best picture alongside gold for original screenplay and supporting actor.

In addition to a foreign language film nod, “Roma” also took home directing and cinematography Oscars for Alfonso Cuaron, while “Black Panther” surprised with wins in production design, costume design, and original score.

On the acting side, Olivia Colman won for actress, upsetting a competitive field that included Yalitza Aparicio, Melissa McCarthy, Lady Gaga, and frontrunner Glenn Close. Close had previously won the Golden Globe and SAG Award for her role in “The Wife,” so all eyes were on her to see if she could pull in her first win after seven nominations. As expected, “Bohemian Rhapsody” star Rami Malek won for actor. Read more

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