Nomadland, award-winning British film

from the movie Bedouin It became the biggest winner of the Baftas Awards, the most important British film awards. The drama won four awards, including Best Film and Best Director. Lead actress, Frances McDormand, won Best Actress.

Bedouin It was the favorite with seven nominations. The film is about a widowed woman who lost her job. I decided to travel across the United States in a truck as a kind of nomad. Along the way, she meets other people who lead a nomadic life.

Bedouin Directed by 38-year-old Chloe Chow. It has long been seen as one of cinema’s greatest promises. Her film previously won the Golden Lion and Golden Globe Award for Best Picture and Best Drama. The film was also nominated in six Oscar categories. They will be awarded on April 25th.

Dutch Touch

Other films that won more than BAFTAs last night are the fatherAnd spirit employment young promising. All three were awarded two awards.

Bosnian movie Where are you going, Aida?, in which Dutch actors also play, missed the awards despite two nominations. BusyThe Danish tragicomedy, in which Dutch production company Topkapi Films has participated, has already received an award. The film won in the category of Best Film in a Language Other than English.

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