Israeli Guy Nativ won the Oscar Award in the Short Feature Film category for his film "Skin"


by Ifi Reporter Category:Communication Feb 25, 2019

A historic achievement for Israel at the Oscars: Israeli director Guy Nativ won the Academy Award in the Short Feature Film category for his film "Skin". "Good night Israel," Nativ said in a winning speech. "My grandparents are Holocaust survivors, and the intolerance that they suffered from can be seen today in the United States and Europe, and this film is about education and about teaching your children a better way."
Nativ is the first Israeli director to win an Oscar since 1978, when director Moshe Mizrahi won his French film "All Life Before Him." Screenwriter Sharon Maimon, who was a partner in creating the film "Skin", said in an interview with Aryeh Golan on "This Morning" program on the network here: "There were meetings here with a lot of agents, but the next film is Israeli and we are in no hurry to leave the country. A film about the closest thing to us. "
The greatest winner of the 91st Academy Awards Best Film Award is Peter Farley's "The Green Book." Farley's film managed to beat the leading candidate in the film category "Rome" by the Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron, produced by the company Netflix. Quaron's film has also won prizes for directing and photography, and awarding the best foreign film.
In the actress category there was a surprise when the British actress Olivia Coleman won her role in the film "The Favorite," where she plays Queen Anne of England. Coleman won despite being considered the leading candidate in the gambling agencies is the veteran actress Glenn Close, who was nominated for her role in the film "Woman".
Rami Malak won the best actor award for his role in the film "Boogie Rhapsody," where he plays the late Kevin Fardy Mercury. Actor and actress Maharshala Ali, for his role in the film "The Green Book", and actress Regina King for her role in "Bill Street Story." The esteemed director Spike Lee won the first Oscar, when he received the Screenplay Award for his film Black and White. The ceremony took place this year in an exceptional manner without a supervisor.



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