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‘Jojo Rabbit’ has broken the odds and has done it with the coveted Audience Award at the Festival of Toronto in 2019. The new film, directed by Taika Waititi has not finished win over the critics, but that has not prevented that with an award that in the past has become a bit of a safe nomination for the Oscar.
In fact, during the last eleven years only a film that has achieved success in Toronto has been left out of the race for an Oscar. It was the lebanese ‘And now where are we going?’, the winner of the competition to canadian in 2011. In addition, between the achievers stands out the victory of the Spanish ‘The pit’, recently acquired by Netflix, in the section Midnight Madmess.
For his part, ‘Story of a marriage’ and ‘Parásitos’ they have complied with the second and the third among the preferences of the public. Below you will find the full honors of the Festival of Toronto in 2019:
full honors of the Festival of Toronto, 2019
Audience award: ‘Jojo Rabbit’ by Taika Waititi
First runner-up, Audience Award: ‘Story of a marriage’ Noah Baumbach
Second runner-up, audience Award: ‘Parasites’ of Bong Joon-ho
audience Award for best documentary: ‘The Cave’ of Feras Fayyad
First runner-up, audience Award, documentary: ‘I’m Not Alone’ of Garin Hovannisian
Second runner-up, audience Award, documentary: ‘Dads’ of Bryce Dallas Howard
audience Award for Midnight Madness: ‘pit’ of Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
First runner-up, Audience Award for Midnight Madness: ‘The Vast of Night’ by Andrew Patterson
Second runner-up, Audience Award for Midnight Madness: ‘Blood Quantum’ of Jeff Barnaby
Award Platform: ‘Martin Eden’ by Pietro Marcello
special Mentions of Platform: ‘Next’ by Alice Winocour, and ‘Anne at 13.000 ft’ of Kazik Radwanski
Best canadian film: ‘The Twentieth Century’ Matthew Rankin
Best short film canadian: ‘Antigone’ of Sophie Deraspe
Best opera prima canadian: ‘Delphine’ Chloe Robichaud
FIPRESCI Discovery: ‘MURMUR’ of Heather Young
FIPRESCI special Presentations: ‘How to Build a Girl’ Coky Giedroyc
Award for the best international short film: ‘ All Cats Are Grey in the Dark’ from Lasse Linder
Award NETPAC best film asian: ‘1982’ of Oualid Mouaness
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The news ‘Jojo Rabbit’ wins in the Festival of Toronto 2019: the new film from Taika Waititi presents his credentials to the Oscars was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
September 15, 2019
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