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Why A Best Picture Oscar Win For ‘Roma’ Could Change The Industry Forever

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Why A Best Picture Oscar Win For ‘Roma’ Could Change The Industry Forever

Why A Best Picture Oscar Win For ‘Roma’ Could Change The Industry Forever

A win for Roma at Sunday’s Academy Awards would be a first in a number of different ways.

The Mexican film up for Best Picture would be the first foreign film to take home the Academy’s top honor.

Alfonso Cuarón’s film, about a domestic worker in 1970s Mexico City, has been a critical success, but it’s broken the traditional boundaries of film distribution in a number of ways.

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