The Hollywood exhibition is over and the 91st Oscars are over. This year&s Oscar for the best film goes to Peter Farelly&s "Green Book" with Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali - a film based on a true story and set in the southern states in the 1960s, which deals with male friendship and racism among other things.
If you haven&t seen Green Book yet (it&s still running or in some cinemas again) you&ll find the trailer here:
For the ROMA, which is very much appreciated by us and produced by Netflix, it wasn&t enough to win the main Oscar - here we would have wished the Oscar jury a little more courage. For this ROMA was awarded in Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Film and also the directing Oscar went to ROMA. Nevertheless, Netflix should have "arrived" in Hollywood. Here the trailer of ROMA:
We were happy about (finally) the first Oscar for Spike Lee, who got it together with his co-authors for the at the same time entertaining and time-critical "Blackkklanman".
Dis Oscars for best acting went to Olivia Colman in "The Favourite" and Rami Malek in "Bohemian Rhapsody".
The German "Oscar hope" Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, whose "work without author" was also nominated for the best Nihct English-language film, went away empty-handed.
Best Animated Feature Film went to "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" with which the first Marvel superhero film now also won an Oscar.
Here also the corresponding trailer:
The Oscar for Best Editing went to Bohemian Rhapsodyn (John Ottman):
And the best film music came from Ludwig Göransson for Black Panther: