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Oscars 2019: To be so black, brown, inclusive is the only way forward

I was skeptical, like so many other people, of the interest-level of the no-host Oscar show, the annual Hollywood hoopla which awards the best cinema of the year gone by.

Cuaron, del Toro criticise Academy for pushing cinematography, editing Oscars during ad break

The four awards -- best cinematography, film editing, live action short and makeup and hairstyling -- will be announced during the ads and the winning speeches will be edited to remove the winners' walk from their seats to the stage. Each speech will be aired separately later in the telecast.

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Directors Guild Awards 2019: Alfonso Cuarón's Roma maintains momentum by scoring top honour

Alfonso Cuarón's Roma beat other Oscar contenders like A Star Is Born (Bradley Cooper), Green Book (Peter Farrelly), BlacKkKlansman (Spike Lee) and Vice (Adam McKay) at Directors Guild Awards 2019.

Roma director Alfonso Cuaron: Walls have never worked

Roma director Alfonso Cuaron said the immigrant issue was a "phenomenon" that needs to be handled sensitively as it involves humans.

Roma director Alfonso Cuaron questions decision to subtitle the film for Spain audience

Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron is not happy with Iberian Spanish subtitles for his Mexico-set feature Roma. He said that this decision was similar to providing subtitles for a Pedro Almodovar film in Mexico.

Roma movie review: An uneven tribute

Roma movie review: Alfonso Cuaron clearly means Roma as a tribute to the help who raised him in childhood. However, the film ultimately is Cleo as seen through his eyes.

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Alfonso Cuarón's Roma named best film of the year by Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Alfonso Cuarón's Roma won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and likewise topped the New York Film Critics Circle. Roma is widely expected to land Netflix its first best-picture nomination at the Academy Awards.

Alfonso Cuaron's Roma named best film of 2018 by New York film critics

Alfonso cuaron's Roma has been hailed as a masterpiece since winning the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. Cuaron made the black-and-white 1970s-set film based on his own upbringing in Mexico City

Alfonso Cuaron's Roma is Mexico's official Oscar entry

Netflix will begin streaming Alfonso Cuaron's Roma on December 14 and it's considering giving the film a limited theatrical run in the US. The film recently won the Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival.

Alfonso Cuaron's Roma wins Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival

At a festival where only one of the 21 films selected to compete for the Golden Lion was directed by a woman, Alfonso Cuaron's Roma was one of several that focused almost exclusively on female characters.

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