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Nomadland wins big at TIFF

Frances McDormand's acclaimed new movie Nomadland is beginning to look like a clear Oscars frontrunner after landing the Toronto International Film Festival's People's Choice Award on Sunday.

The Chloe Zhao-directed picture, which picked up the Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion honour for best movie earlier this month in Italy, beat out Regina King's first feature as a filmmaker, One Night In Miami, to score the coveted prize, which is often a good indicator of the Academy Awards' Best Picture winner.

Nomadland follows a 60-something woman, who loses everything and embarks on a journey through the American West, living in a van.

McDormand is also an early frontrunner for the Best Actress Oscar - she last scored the award for Three Billboards Outside Ebbings Missouri in 2018, and also picked up the honour for Fargo.



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