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Chloe Zhao made Oscars history

The 93rd Academy Awards took place in Los Angeles.

Nomadland won an Oscar for Best Film, and its director Chloe Zhao was awarded a Gold Statuette for Best Director.

She became the first female US representative of racial minorities to receive an Oscar for Best Director, and only the second ever female Oscar winner for Best Director.

"Nomadland" tells the story of a widowed woman who decided to live in a van while traveling across America.

Frances McDormand, who played the main character, received an Oscar for Best Actress, so that "Nomadland", which collected the main awards of the Film Academy, became the triumph of the "Oscars" - 2021.

Oscar for Best Actor went to 83-year-old Anthony Hopkins, who played the dementia-suffering hero in the movie "Father".

Sir Anthony Hopkins became the oldest actor in history to receive an Oscar for a leading role.