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Kultura / Culture F i lm awards season JaneCampion Vs. Spielberg and Branagh The nominations for the 94th Academy Awards will be announced on 8th February, while the award ceremony itself will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on 27th March, and the Oscar frontrunners have already been singled out: The Power of the Dog, West Side Story and Belfast Thepandemic isn’ttheonly thing tohave changed the film industry forever, andfilmawardswith it. Following numerous criticisms over a lack of diversity among the jury members, but also the award winners themselves, the award ceremony for the Golden Globes wasn’t broadcast for the first timesince1979, passing instead without the typical presenting of awards with a host and celebrities, andwith thewinners announcedon socialmedia and theofficialwebsite. Best picture It is well known that critics’ associations and actual members of the FilmAcademy don’t necessarily have to be in agreement when it comes to awards, but the frontrunningnominations for the upcoming Oscars have nonetheless crystallised. Apart from Spielberg’s West Side Story and the other winner of the Golden Globe for Best Drama, New Zealand director Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, other works that stand out in terms of number of awards won include 26 | Filmovi » Films KennethBranagh’s Belfast and Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi's Drive My Car, which won the awards of the New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. This rare combination has only ever occurred six times previously, and has each time resulted in anOscar nomination in the category of Best Picture, though this has never before been achieved by a foreign language film. Alongside the aforementioned works, the race to be declared the best filmand take the golden statuette also includes PaulThomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza, Reinaldo Marcus Green’s King Richard, AdamMcKay’s satire Don't Look Up, CODAandTheTragedyofMacbeth. Best director Judging by the number of awards won, one of this category’s most obvious winners is Jane Campion, who was nominated back in 1994 for her directing ofThe Piano, for which she also won the Academy Award for Best Screenplay. Only two female directors have won Spilbergova verzija Priče sa zapadne strane okupila je najbolji brodvejski i holivudski kreativni tim Spielberg’s version of West Side Story brought together the best Broadway and Hollywood creative team Foto: Profimedia / Moviestore Collection