Amir Jadidi
Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Amir Jadidi

Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Amir Jadidi

A Hero (Ghahreman)

Amir Jadidi (Born June 21, 1984) is an Iranian theater and film actor. Jadidi holds a bachelor degree in industrial engineering and a master’s in MBA. Beside…

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Caleb Landry Jones
Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Caleb Landry Jones

Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Caleb Landry Jones

Nitram

Named one of “Ten Actors to Watch” by both Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, Landry Jones recently received critical acclaim this year for his work…

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Hidetoshi Nishijima
Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Hidetoshi Nishijima

Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Hidetoshi Nishijima

Drive My Car

In 1999 Nishijima’s first lead role in License to Live brought him the Best Actor Award at Japan Professional Awards. Nishijima also starred in Dolls,…

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Levan Tediashvili
Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Levan Tediashvili

Best Performance by an Actor, 2021

Levan Tediashvili

Brighton 4th

Levan Tediashvili (born in 1948) is a non-professional actor and a former Soviet (Georgian) wrestler and Olympic champion in Freestyle wrestling (1972, 1976). A five-time…

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Alena Yiv
Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Alena Yiv

Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Alena Yiv

Asia
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Essie Davis
Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Essie Davis

Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Essie Davis

The Justice of Bunny King

Multi-award-winning performer Essie Davis is known for her versatility, from her ‘unforgettable’ performance in The Babadook to her key role of ‘Lady Crane’ in series…

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Leah Purcell
Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Leah Purcell

Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Leah Purcell

The Drover’s Wife The Legend of Molly Johnson

Leah Purcell is an acclaimed Australian writer, director and actor. Leah’s play, ‘The Drover’s Wife’ (in which she also played the titular role), premiered at…

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Valentina Romanova-Chyskyyray
Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Valentina Romanova-Chyskyyray

Best Performance by an Actress, 2021

Valentina Romanova-Chyskyyray

Scarecrow (Pugalo)

Valentina Romanova-Chyskyyray was born in the village of Mindagai, Churapchinsky District, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), surrounded by nature and a rich musical and storytelling culture.…

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Cho Kyung-hun and Jeon Byung-jin
Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

Beauty Water (Gigigoegoe Seonghyeongsu)

Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

Beauty Water (Gigigoegoe Seonghyeongsu)

With Beauty water, you can be a beauty within 20 minutes. However, as the saying goes, easy come, easy go…Yaeji, who is neglected by the…

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Ayumu Watanabe and Sanma Akashiya and Eiko Tanaka and Shu Kamigaso and Mitsugu Yamada
Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

Fortune Favors Lady Nikuko (Gyoko no Nikuko-chan)

Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

Fortune Favors Lady Nikuko (Gyoko no Nikuko-chan)

The unconventional family of a not-so-ordinary mother-and-daughter pair who live their lives to the fullest. Easy-going, cheerful, passionate and always ready to eat something delicious,…

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Bashir El Deek and Ibrahim Mousa and Alabbas Bin Alabbas
Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

The Knight and The Princess

Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

The Knight and The Princess

Inspired by a true 7th century warrior, the plot follows young adventurer Mohammed Bin Alkassim with a fictional twist. At the age of 15, he…

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Ari Folman and Jani Thiltges and Yves Kugelmann and Alexander Rodnyansky
Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

Where is Anne Frank

Best Animated Feature Film, 2021

Where is Anne Frank

Kitty, Anne Frank’s imaginary friend to whom Anne devoted her diary, magically comes to life in present-day Amsterdam. Kitty sets out on a relentless quest…

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