Nadine Labaki, Rami Malek, Khaled Mouzanar and Talal Derki together at Oscar's Convener Oscar this year
On Tuesday, at the Oscar Convenience Lunch 2019, John Bailey, president of the Motion Picture and Sciences Academy, said a list of 2019 awards was very important for its diversity.
"This year, the largest class of women is named," he said. "It's not just pronunciation, including diversity, productivity, race and gender. They are at the heart of what our Academy is doing."
At least that is true or not a matter of debate (English-speaking countries still have a "" impact on their package, only two candidates were out of 20 for black actors, and Female leaders are well represented enough – read The NationalThink about everything here), but it was good to see that representatives from the Arab world would get each other during their food.
Nadine Labaki, the first British film leader from Lebanon, nominated for Oscar Foreign Language, Oscar, was collected by three other names from the Arab world for a selfie group, confirming Bailey's point.
On her official Instagram account for her film, Capernaum, Labaki wrote: "Liberated by Lebanese, Syria and Egypt at the #Oscar!" Tour Among them was actor Rami Malek, producer Khaled Mouzanar and director of Talal Derki.
Labaki and Mouzanar Capernaum, as it was announced, it is up for the best Film Film Ultimate, against the frontier of Alfonso Cuaron Rome, as long as Malek, born to Egyptian parents, is nominated for his accomplishment as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, and the leader of Syria Derki was among the nominees for his documentary Of Father and SonSouth Westerly
Will they win? No other subject for debate. But we're sure to climb them.
Updated: February 6, 2019 09:36 AM