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Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper Win for ‘A Star Is Born’ at National Board of Review Gala

On Tuesday night, while President Trump made his televised address from the Oval Office, actors, directors and other artists from the film industry gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York to celebrate their work at the National Board of Review’s arts gala.
The NBR awarded Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper and Sam Elliott the best actress, best director and best supporting actor accolades, respectively — while “Green Book” walked away with the best picture award and the female cast of “Crazy Rich Asians,” Awkwafina née Nora Lum, Gemma Chan, Michelle Yeoh and Constance Wu, won best ensemble.
One winner relished the 230-mile distance between himself and the president: Barry Jenkins, who received the best adapted screenplay award for “If Beale Street Could Talk.” (He ended his acceptance speech by saying, “No walls, no borders, f–k him.”) Prior to the show, Jenkins walked the red carpet and discussed the next film he’d like to make — a sci-fi movie.
“You look at a film like ‘Blade Runner’ or a film like ‘Terminator’ and you see a projection of many of the problems we’ve inherited,” he said. “Right now, everybody’s trying to figure out, ‘How do I say something about the world that can

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