Syndicat Français de la Critique de Cinéma: Elle e Aquarius são os melhores do ano
A notícia ainda nem saiu em português, mas o Cinema é Magia publica aqui a partir da matéria do The Hollywood Reporter (e da informação do diretor Kleber Mendonça Filho nas redes sociais) mais uma premiação para “Aquarius”, o laureado filme do diretor. Pena que há um erro na matéria, como nós sabemos bem (inclusive o porquê), em “was Brazil’s official submission for the best foreign-language film Oscar”:
The French Union of Film Critics (Syndicat Francais de la Critique Cinema), which runs the Critics’ Week sidebar at the Cannes Film Festival, handed out their annual awards this evening at the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris.
Paul Verhoeven’s “Elle” was awarded Best French Film, marking one of the only times in the Union’s history that a movie directed by a non-Frenchmen has received the prize. Elle has also received 11 Cesar nominations in France, including a 16th career nom for star Isabelle Huppert, to go along with Oscar nominations for best actress and best foreign-language film.
Best foreign film went to Kleber Mendonca Filho’s “Aquarius”, a Brazilian drama starring Sonia Braga that premiered in competition at Cannes and was Brazil’s official submission for the best foreign-language film Oscar. Aquarius was released stateside in October by Vitagraph.
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