This handout photo released by A.M.P.A.S. shows Best Foreign Language Film victor for "Roma" Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron (R) walking with United States actress Angela Bassett backstage during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on 24 February 2019.
It was a Viva Mexico' moment at the 91st Academy Awards as "Roma" became the first feature from the country to receive the Oscar in the best foreign language film category. The movie's dialogue is in Spanish and Mixtec. He is the fourth person ever to be nominated personally for four Oscars for the same film and this was his third overall win after previously scoring a Directing and Editing trophy for Gravity. The big winners at this year's Academy Awards included films such as Roma, Bohemian Rhapsody.
Roma is also only the fifth film in Oscar history to be nominated for both Foreign Language Film and Best Picture in the same year. The Favourite etc. If you watched the ceremony but are yet to watch the fantastic films that won, here's where you can stream these films online and watch them today. You can also see more than two dozen other Oscar-winning films through Netflix; click the banner above to check them out.More news: 3 dead after cargo plane from Miami crashes outside Houston
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The film, distributed by streaming giant Netflix, was an incredibly personal endeavor for Cuaron.