The Iranian movie, ‘Cinema Donkey,’ by Shahed Ahmadlou, won the Corall d’Or (Golden Coral) for best feature at the 6th Begur Comedy Film Festival in the city of Begur, on the Costa Brava (Mediterranean coast of Spain) October 8-12.
BAFTA announced a complete overhaul of its awards system, which includes adding 1,000 new members to its committee and limiting the amount that studios can spend campaigning for nominations, in a bid to recognize more diverse talent.
The South Korean black comedy-thriller film ‘Parasite’ won the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, making history as the first foreign-language film to win in the category.
Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs awarded Iranian filmmaker Kamal Tabrizi with a plaque of honor for his cinematic contributions to the promotion of Iran-Japan cultural ties, according to a statement by Japan’s Embassy in Tehran.
Jacques Audiard's 'The Sisters Brothers' took home the top prize at France's Lumiere Awards on Monday night, with the English-language Western beating out several French favorites for the honor from the foreign press association.