Jodie Foster describes her latest character on the big screen as an “amazing ball of contradictions”.
She is talking about her role in The Mauritanian, which sees her playing tenacious real-life lawyer Nancy Hollander.Directed by Scottish film-maker Kevin Macdonald, the movie has been blazing a trail through awards season, with Foster having already won the best supporting actress prize at the Golden Globes.It’s also in the running for gongs at the forthcoming Bafta film awards, with nominations in the best film category and star Tahar Rahim nominated in the leading actor category.
An eight-term past president of the group behind the Golden Globe Awards, Berk was expelled after emailing an article to his fellow members that described Black Lives Matter as a "racist hate movement" and slammed its co-founder, Patrisse Cullors, for purchasing a home in Topanga Canyon
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Nomadland, Chloe Zhao’s portrayal of itinerant communities in the modern American West, was named best feature, continuing its dominance of awards season.Nomadland has won best film at the Golden Globes, Baftas, Critics’ Choice Awards and Producers Guild of America Awards, among others.
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Minari director Lee Isaac Chung has spoken of the “sorrow and disappointment” he felt that his American film was only eligible in the foreign language category at the Golden Globes.The movie, starring The Walking Dead actor Steven Yeun, is about a Korean-American family who buy a farm in rural Arkansas.
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