“The Power of the Dog” is ready to garner more honors. Jane Campion’s first feature in ten years, a Western psychodrama about a dysfunctional family of nurses, led selections from the Vancouver Film Critics Circle’s (VFCC) regions, capturing five words, with Best Picture and Director.
In total, there were three titles for Best Picture, and two were led by women. Joining “The Power of the Dog” is “CODA,” Sian Heder’s story of the coming year is about a song that is the only heard member in the family. kuli.
Campion was the only woman in the race for the Director.
Maggie Gyllenhaal was nominated for Best Picture for “The Lost Daughter,” her adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel of the same name. The image of an ambivalent mother reflecting on her past during the holidays in Greece marks the film’s first foray into Oscar.
“The Power of the Dog” and “CODA” were nominated for best film at this year’s Oscars, and Campion is making history as the first woman to be nominated for second Director. . He was first seen for “The Piano.” Gyllenhaal and Campion were there for Best Adapted Screenplay.
The winners of the VFCC awards’ international categories will be announced during the VFCC awards ceremony on March 7. The Oscars will be held on March 27.