Nomadland Wins Best Film BAFTA, Best Director For Chloe Zhao

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The film, starring Frances McDormand, was chosen ahead of best film nominees “The Father”, “The Mauritanian”, “Promising Young Woman” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7”.

Nomadland Wins Best Film BAFTA, Best Director For Chloe Zhao

Actress Frances McDormand in a still form the film. (File)



London:

“Nomadland”, a drama about modern-day Americans travelling across the United States, was awarded the best film Bafta on Sunday and won Chloe Zhao the coveted best director award.

The film, starring Frances McDormand, was chosen ahead of best film nominees “The Father”, about dementia; “The Mauritanian”, about the imprisonment of a suspected terrorist in Guantanamo Bay; “Promising Young Woman”, a feminist dark comedy and Aaron Sorkin’s court room drama “The Trial of the Chicago 7”.

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