Green Book in Oscars, Top Toronto Film Awards To Green Book

Green Book a film directed by Peter Farrelly got top film award in Toronto Film Awards. The Green Book movies that got a huge boost in Toronto Film Award may be got a chance to get in Oscars this time.

Out of last 10 winner movies in the list, 9 can be seen in the list of Oscar that includes Slumdog Millionaire, La La Land, and 12 Year a Salve. These 3 movies have the maximum chance to get on Oscar List.


Green Book stars Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali and is based on accounts of a real-life tour by pianist Don Shirley and driver-bodyguard Tony Lip. (One of the film’s writers, Nick Vallelonga, is Lip’s son.) The title refers to a pre-civil-rights-era publication called The Negro Motorist Green Book, which acted as a guidebook for African-Americans traveling by car around a potentially hostile US when public transport was largely segregated.

 Toronto’s People’s Choice award for documentary went to Free Solo, a film about death-defying mountain climber Alex Honnold, directed by Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin. The award for the festival’s Midnight Madness slot went to the Indian action film The Man Who Feels No Pain, featuring Abhimanyu Dassani.

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Source – TheGuardian




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