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The 94th Oscars ceremony will be moved to March 27, 2022. The show, which will be broadcast live on ABC, from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, was initially scheduled for February 27, 2022.
This year, the Oscars ceremony took place on April 25th. The ceremony was originally scheduled for late February, but was postponed in a context of the pandemic of the covid-19 that affected the film industry worldwide and in virtually all areas, from production to distribution and exhibition.
“Nomadland”, a social drama that documents life on the road for Americans on the sidelines in the wake of the ‘subprime’ crisis, triumphed in the 93rd edition of the Oscars, winning three of the seven statues for which it was nominated.
The 93rd edition of the North American film awards broke the record for nominations for women, reaching 76, but it prefigures itself as historical in several ways, due to the diversity, and in addition to the restrictions caused by the pandemic, which led the gala to different stages.
It was in this edition that the first non-white woman won the Oscar for Best Achievement (Chloé Zhao), that a Korean actress won an Oscar for representation (Yuh-Jung Youn), and that the first African American women won the Oscar for Best Characterization (Mia Neal and Jamika Wilson).