"Roma" Takes Over, Wins Best Film, Director & More At BAFTA Awards
"Roma" keeps racking them up around the world.
At this year's prestigious British Academy of Film and Television Awards in London, Britain's version of the Oscars, "Roma" won the top prizes
Not only did Alfonso Cuarón's "Roma" win Best Film AND Best Director at the 2019 BAFTAs, the film also won Best Film Not in the English Language and Best Cinematography. Salma Hayek herself announced Cuarón's win for Best Director.
In his acceptance speech for Best Film, Cuarón said:
"To see a film about an indigenous domestic worker, in an age where fear and anger proposes to divide us, means the world to me."
"Whether we like it or not, we are all connected...when we finally choose to embrace that connection, to show compassion to one another, we all rise together."