It was rather an Oscar night for Netflix and its motion picture, “Roma.”

Alfonso Cuarón’s semi-autobiographical take a look at his youth maturing in Mexico City won Oscars for finest cinematography, foreign movie, and director. And a few of those wins were historical.

Cuarón’s win for shooting “Roma” made him the very first director ever to win an Oscar for shooting their own motion picture. And the motion picture was likewise the 2nd black-and-white motion picture to ever win the award given that black-and-white and color films integrated into the exact same classification over 50 years earlier. The other winner was “Schindler’s List” in1994


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And with “Roma” winning finest foreign movie, it marked the very first time a Mexican motion picture had actually won because classification.

Cuarón likewise won for finest director. It was his 2nd time winning this classification in his profession. He formerly won in 2014 for “Gravity.”

However the motion picture might not get the night’s huge award. It lost finest photo to “Green Book.” Netflix, that made a huge push into initial films in 2015, has actually never ever won the Academy’s leading reward.