Oscars 2019: 'Roma' wins foreign language film at the 91st Academy Award

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He received the honor at the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday night, five years after winning it for "Gravity" in 2014.

Cuaron adds this to wins from BAFTA, the National Society of Film Critics, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the New York Film Critics Circle and many others along the awards season trail. The Favourite etc. If you watched the ceremony but are yet to watch the unbelievable films that won, here's where you can stream these films online and watch them today. It's also the first film from Netflix to earn a Best Picture nomination.

Muscat: To say that the past few months have been transformative for Roma's lead actress Yalitza Aparicio would be an understatement.

The black-and-white Netflix film, directed and written by Alfonso Cuaron, marked Mexico's first Oscar victory in the category and has already picked up a slew of other awards this year.

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The film created history at Oscars for bagging the first-ever nomination in Best Picture for a film based on a comic book.

Netflix was a victor at the 2019 Oscars, taking home multiple Academy Awards during Sunday's ceremony for its two critically acclaimed films. His film "Roma" is based on his childhood in Mexico and the woman who raised him.

Yalitza is up for Best Actress and Marina is nominated for Best Supporting Actress. A win would mark the first best picture Oscar for Netflix and a sign that streaming services cannot only compete with traditional Hollywood studios, but beat them at their own game.

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