Nomadland takes first prize at scaled-down Venice Film Festival

The road trip drama Nomadland by US-based Chinese director Chloe Zhao on Saturday won the Golden Lion award for best film at the Venice Film Festival.

The film, starring double-Oscar winner Frances McDormand, is about a widow who takes to the road in a van when she loses her home.

Zhao won the award 10 years after the last woman to do so, Sofia Coppola, who received a Golden Lion for her film “Somewhere.”

Acceptance by video

Zhao and McDormand accepted the video from the United States by…

Read Full Article


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here