'Roma', winner of the Golden Globe for the best foreign film, it rose today with four awards, including the best movie and best director (the Mexican Alfonso Cuaron), in the 24th edition of the awards Critics' Choice. The film also won prizes for the best photography and the best foreign film.
In the interpretation categories, Christian bale he took the trophy to the best actor ('Vice') and Lady Gaga ('A Star is Born') and Glenn Close ('The Wife') shared the statuette for the best actress. Gaga, in addition, triumphed in the field of best song, for the song 'Shallow'.
A lot of prizes
Also, Mahershala Ali ('Green Book') and Regina King ('If Beale Street Could Talk') were victorious as best supporting actors. 'The Favorite', with Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, won recognition for the best cast.
The organization of critics Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), creator of these awards, presented the best script to Paul Schrader ('First Reformed') and the best screenplay adapted to Barry Jenkins ('If Beale Street Could Talk'), while the star of ' Eighth Grade ', Elsie Fisher, was crowned with the trophy for best actor or young actress.
The BFCA (Broadcast Film Critics Association) is the American organization with the highest number of critics, about 300 from television, radio and Internet media.