Bong Joon-ho’s the movie “Parasite” win “The Critics’ Awards“… This time, 4(four) gold medals in Georgia following Golden Award from Canne Film Festival and US Golden Globe Award.
Rajégi, senior reporter
Director Bong Joon-ho poses in the press room holding up the trophy after winning the foreign language film award for “Parasite” at the 77th Golden Globe Awards on May 5. Los Angeles according to AP Yonhap News.
Bong Joon-ho, who is aiming to become the first Korean film to win the Oscars, has won four awards from the Georgia Film Critics Association (GAFCA) including Best Picture, Director, Screenplay and Foreign Language Film Awards.
According to Hollywood’s entertainment media on Sunday, “Parasite” received eight nominations from the Georgia Film Critics Association for best picture, director, screenplay, foreign language film, theme songwriting, production design and ensemble awards, among which it won best picture, director, screenplay, and foreign language film awards. The movie has swept the film, director, and screenplay sections, which are considered to be the core of the movie. “1917,” the winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Picture, took home three categories: Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Composition
“Parasite” seems to be winning critical prizes in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and other countries including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.