Aacta International awards for Nicole Kidman, Tony McNamara

Nicole Kidman with Glenn Close.

Nicole Kidman’s prospects of winning an Academy Award for best supporting actress in Joel Edgerton’s gay conversion therapy drama Boy Erased may be brighter after she collected her second Aacta International Award, given the overlap between the two organisation’s memberships.

At the awards presented in Los Angeles on Friday night La time Tony McNamara and Deborah Davis shared the best screenplay prize for The Favourite.

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma collected the awards for best film and best direction. Cuarón, who won the same two awards in 2014 for Gravity, now holds the record for the most Aacta International Award wins by an individual, beating Alejandro G. Iñárritu, who has three.

The Favourite’s Olivia Coleman was named best lead actress while Bohemian Rhapsody’s Rami Malek took home the best lead actor trophy and Mahershala Ali was judged best supporting actor for his
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