Film Roma gets six nominations for the ICS Awards
The film will compete in the categories of Best Director, Image, Cinematography, Non-English Language Film, Production Edition and Design
The film "Roma", by Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón, won six nominations for the awards of the 16th edition of the International Cinephile Society.
The Argentine tapes "Zama", by Lucrecia Martel, and Korean "Burning", by Lee Chang-dong, top the list of nominations of the group, with nine each.
Starring Yalitzia Aparicio, "Roma" will compete for the ICS Awards in the categories of Best Director, Image, Cinematography, Non-English Language Film, Production Edition and Design.
In Best Film, the Mexican feature faces "A Bread Factory," "Burning," "The Favorite," "First Reformed," "If Beale Street Could Talk," "Madeline's Madeline," "The Other Side of the Wind." , "The Rider", "Shoplifters", "The Wild Boys" and "Zama".
In the section of Non-English Speaking Film it competes with "Burning", "Cold War", "Happy as Lazzaro", "A Paris Education", "Shoplifters", "Sicilian Ghost Story", "Western", "The Wild Boys "And" Zama. "
The International Cinephile Society is an online organization of professional film critics and journalists from around the world founded in 2003 that each year pays tribute to the best American and international cinema.