‘Nomadland’ Wins Top Prize at the Venice Film Festival

“Nomadland,” a film written and directed by Chloé Zhao, won this year’s Golden Lion, the top prize, at the 77th edition of the Venice Film Festival.

The drama stars Frances McDormand as a woman living as a nomad across America after the recent recession. It is based on the book by the journalist Jessica Bruder.

The festival, which opened Sept. 2 and closed on Saturday, was the first major international film event since the coronavirus pandemic began. It had strict social distancing…

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