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For the first time, the Korean film won the 'Screen Guild Award'

Jan 20, 2020 by Andrew S Gillis.

  For the first time in South America, the South Korean film won the Best Film Award at the prestigious 'Screen Actors in Guild Awards' (SAG). This is the first time in the last 26 years that the Screen Guild Awards have been given the 'Best Film' award in a film other than English. According to the news agency 'Associated Press' (AP), the South Korean film 'Parasite' released last year was given the Best Film Award. Interestingly, the film did not even get a nomination for Best Film category at the other major film awards, nor was the film's cast nominated for a major award. [embed][/embed] The Screen Guild Awards received awards in 15 categories of film and TV fields in total. The interesting thing about the film festival was that this time Hollywood actor Brad Pitt and his ex-wife actress Jennifer Einstein also won the Supporting Actress and Actress award. At the awards ceremony, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are on hand to show the action hero Brad Pitt a brilliant performance in the romantic horror comedy film 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' released last year, while his ex-wife Jennifer Einstein is shown at Apple TV. Supporting actress award was given in VK reality show drama 'Morning Show'. Also Read: ‘Trump and Kim Jong-Un’s personal relationship is not enough to restore talks’ Best Supporting Actress in a Movie was given to 'Marriage Story' actress Lara Dern and 'Avengers: End Game' was awarded the Best Stunt Movie. The best drama award was given to The Crown The Best Actress Award again brings Jacqueline Phoenix, who plays the 'Joker', while the Best Actress award takes on British actress Renee Zellweger. Awards were given in 9 categories in the TV sector and the British drama series 'The Crown' was given the Best Drama Award. The award for Best TV Stunt Drama was awarded last year to the end-of-the-century city drama 'Game of Thrones'. The Best Drama Actor Award was given to Peter Dinklage of Game of Thrones, while the Best Actress Award was given to Jennifer Aniston for the Apple TV Morning Show. Best Actress Comedy Supporting Actress Awards British actress Phoebe Waller takes the plunge