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Chinese-born filmmaker Chloe Zhao, who told the story of financially stretched van dwellers in the United States in Nomadland has become the first Asian woman and only the second woman ever to win Best Director at the Academy Awards. At the Awards ceremonies on Sunday in Los Angeles in the US, the year-old also took home the award for Best Picture for the film, which stars actress Frances McDormand and a number of real-life nomads who travel the US looking for work. McDormand won Best Actress for the role — her third. Zhao was born in China and lived in Beijing until age 14, when she went to boarding school in London. She later moved to Los Angeles where she finished high school and then attended film school in New York. The ceremony is not being broadcast in China this year, nor in Hong Kong.

Disney's 'Raya and the Last Dragon' sparks mixed reactions on Asian representation

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Some have critiqued the fact that the majority of the prominent speaking roles go to East Asian cast members, pointing out that Tran is one of the few Southeast Asian actors in the animated film. I love all those cast members. Imagine how big it would be they actually casted Southeast Asian actors. I am actually very conflicted about the new Raya and the Last Dragon casting. SE Asian actors are sorely lacking in Hollywood. Each country under South-East Asia is very unique.

The 25 Best Movies About Gambling

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This article originally ran in and is being republished ahead of the Super Bowl. So, with the annual gambling bonanza that is the Super Bowl coming up, we decided to take a look back at some of the best movies about gambling. A note on methodology: We tried to make sure we emphasized the gambling over the movie. Few would argue that Rounders is better than Casino , but Casino is less about the gambling and more about the world in which that gambling takes place; Rounders is definitely about the gambling. We veered more toward movies about the gambling.