Viggo Mortensen’s new film and Lady Gaga also received awards

Members of the National Board of Review adored the Green Paper of Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, but also rewarded the new Star Birth with several awards.

The Spirit Awards are just one of the awards from which we can deduce the winners of the next Oscar gala – the National Board of Review also falls into this category, with the quality organization announcing each year the films it considers to be the most outstanding and the most talented filmmakers. Last year, among others, the secrets of the Pentagon, Greta Gerwig, Jordan Peele and Coco, were awarded, the latter two of which were eventually recognized by the Academy.

The National Board of Review had a selection of excellent films this year, according to The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Can You Ever Forgive Me ?, Eighth Grade, First Reformed, If Beale Street Could Talk, Mary Poppins Returns, Without Sound , Roma, the Star are born and yes, the Black Panther is also among the most memorable pieces of 2018, but before you get outraged, Marvel’s production didn’t get a single award. The stars of the Star, on the other hand, were so loved that they were immediately awarded three. Here is the list of winners:

Best movie: Green Book
Best director: Bradley Cooper (Stars are born)
Best directorial debut: Bo Burnham (Eighth Grade)
Best cast: Crazy Rich Asians
Best Actor: Viggo Mortensen (Green Book)
Best Actress: Lady Gaga (Star is born)
Best Supporting Actor (Male): Sam Elliott (Star is born)
Best Supporting Actor (Female): Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk)
Best animated film: The Incredible Family 2. (Disney / Pixar)
Top performance: Thomasin McKenzie (Don’t leave a mark!)
Best Original Scenario: Paul Schrader (First Reformed)
Best adapted scenario: Barry Jenkins (If Beale Street Could Talk)
Best foreign language film: Cold War
Best Documentary: RBG
NBR Freedom of Expression Award: 22 July, On Her Soulders
William K. Everson Film History Award: The Other Side of the Wind, They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead