This year’s Grand Prize of the US Directors’ Guild was won by Chloe Zhao on Saturday for the film “Nomadland”.
The film tells the story of a woman who lost her home due to the crisis and travels by car to the United States.
Zhao expressed the hope that by watching this film, people would be able to “survive the lives of people they may consider” others. “
Born in China but working in the United States, Joao, 39, has become the second woman to win the Directors Guild’s top prize after Catherine Bigelova, who received it in 2008 for The Hurt Locker.
“Nomadland” has won the main prize of the Venice Film Festival “Golden lion“two awards”Golden globe“as the best dramatic film and for the best director’s work, four”Critics’Choice“(” Critics ‘Choice “) Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, and other awards. The film has been nominated for this year’ s Oscar, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Directors Guild Awards ceremony took place this year remotely.
Last year, Sam Mendess won the Grand Prize of the Guild of Directors for his film “1917”.
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