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Netflix's 'Roma' made history with its Oscar wins despite losing best picture to 'Green Book'

Netflix's 'Roma' made history with its Oscar wins despite losing best picture to 'Green Book'
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Netflix's "Roma" won Oscars for best cinematography, foreign film, and director on Sunday.




The cinematography win for director Alfonso Cuarón marked the first time a director of a movie won for shooting their own movie.




It was also the second black-and-white movie to ever win for best cinematography after black-and-white and color movies were combined into the same category.




The movie's best foreign film win was the first ever for a Mexican movie.




Cuarón also won for best director.



It was quite an Oscar night for Netflix and its movie, "Roma."
Alfonso Cuarón's semi-autobiographical look at his childhood growing up in Mexico City won Oscars for best cinematography, foreign film, and director. And some of those wins were historic.
Cuarón's win for shooting "Roma" made him the first director ever to win an Oscar for shooting their own movie. And the movie was also the second black-and-white movie to ever win the award since black-and-white and color movies combined into the same category over 50 years ago. The other winner was "Schindler's List" in 1994.
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