It was about time, after two years of the pandemic, glamour is back on the red carpet.
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The city of Los Angeles is once again dressed to the nines. Stars such as Nicole Kitman, Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem posed dazzlingly in front of the photographers. A trickle of celebrities who bring back the shine to the awards. An Oscars are full of surprises for all tastes.
“And the Oscar goes to…” was unexpected, when the name of the best film was announced, which went to “CODA”.
There were astonished faces and applause of all kinds for the best film of the year.
The story of a deaf family that has made itself heard at the Oscars. Also making history tonight for Troy Kotsur, who became the first deaf performer to win an Oscar in the best supporting actor category for his role as Frank Rossi in Siân Heder’s “CODA”.
A gala overshadowed by the moment when Will Smith, out of control, made a joke about his wife’s hair. A moment that, minutes later, Smith tried to justify in tears. A scene that tarnishes his victory as the best actor after two failed nominations.
The Oscar awarded to the best actress, Jessica Chastain, who in recent weeks had climbed positions among the favourites, has won the statuette in third place.
“The Eyes of Tammy Faye” is a biopic that focuses on the rise, fall and redemption of televangelist preacher Tammy Faye Bakker. Leaving the best direction for “The Power of the Dog”.
A night of surprises and music, of soundtracks that put the cherry on top of the film festival.
This is what Spanish cinema looked like at the Oscars. It couldn’t be for Bardem or Penélope Cruz. The triumph went to Spaniards Alberto Mielgo and Leo Sánchez, who won the Oscar in the best animated short film category for ‘El limpiaparabrisas’ (The windscreen wiper). Mielgo is the director and Sánchez the producer of this short film.