Citizens were honored by the British Academy for the best vote
Three Mexicans are responsible for the soundtrack of the American film Metal sound This weekend, they won the BAFTA (British Academy Film Award), recognition from the British Film Academy, in the Best Sound category, the same award for which they were nominated for an Oscar.
Jaime Baksht, Michelle Kotolink and Carlos Curtis were honored at the first awards ceremony and surpassed titles such as Bedouin s Soul.
The Mexican Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMACC) congratulated the sound engineers on the victory in the United Kingdom, which represented the hope of acquiring the statuette awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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The film, available on Amazon Prime, has six Academy Award nominations: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing and Best Sound.
Because of the epidemic, the award ceremony has been divided into two dates, and next Sunday, April 18th will be the big party.
The other award-winning films were this weekend Mank, With the best production design; Tenet-With the best special effects; Owl and catBest Animated Short Film, and the present, Like Best British Short, among others.
Citizens are awaiting the Oscars, which will be handed out on April 25th.
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