DGA and BAFTA Awards Analysis: ‘Nomadland’ Holds Court, Acting Races Remain Fluid

DGA and BAFTA Awards Analysis: ‘Nomadland’ Holds Court, Acting Races Remain Fluid
The longest awards race in history is now just two weeks from the finish line — the 93rd Oscars — and came into a little clearer focus following the 73rd DGA Awards on Saturday and the 74th BAFTA Awards on Sunday.

The main headline: Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland, the art house portrait of a slice of post-recesssion America, remains the clear favorite to win best picture and best director on April 25, having — as was universally expected — won both prizes at the BAFTAs on Sunday, on the heels of Zhao becoming the first woman of color, and only the second woman,...
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