If the convergence opinions of the 200 members of AACTA’s international chapter are a bubble of the Academy Awards, it can be an unforgettable evening for the Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s black comedy/thriller Parasite, Quentin Tarantino, Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie.

Parasite beating Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, Todd Phillips ‘ The Joker, David mich’s The King and Taranintos Once Stratford upon a Time… In Hollywood to conquer the best movie at the AACTA International Awards hosted in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Tarantino was crowned the best director while the Taji Waititi’s Nazi satire won the screenprize.

The best lead role and actor-gongs went to the marriage story Adam Driver and Little Women’s Saoirse Ronan.

Brad Pitt is the best supporting actor for Once Stratford upon a Time… In Hollywood and Margot Robbie as the best supporting actress for her actions as Kayla Pospisil, a fellow producer at Fox News, in Bombshell.

The other nominees for the actress were Nicole Kidman for Bombshell, Toni Collette for Knives Out and Florence Pugh for Little Women.

The Korean director accepted the award, and he was inspired by Australian filmmakers like Peter Weir, George Miller, Phillip Noyce, Jane Campion (technically a Kiwi) and Jennifer Kent.

Tarantino told a tale of actor Rick Dalton, the character played by Leonardo DiCaprio. Dalton left for Australia in 1974 to play the title role in Dingo then from an American truck, which is in its troeteldierdingo as a amateur detective, the country, after he resolved the death of his partner.

The found-up show was three seasons tall and had actors with, among others, Jack Thompson, Tony Bonner and Wendy Hughes.

In Her set acceptance speech, Robbie said: ‘ I am really, very grateful and I am only honored to be nominated alone, especially with people I love like Nicole, or who admire me like Toni or who simply blew me through their actions this year. Like Florence.

‘ I am always so proud to represent the Aussies in this sector, so to give recognition to my homeland, through the Australian Academy, is very special. ‘

Last year, Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA made the award for the best film and the best directing.

Jason Dundas was hosted the ceremony in the Mondrian Los Angeles which was attended by bulbs including Adam Driver, Saoirse Ronan, Quentin Tarantino, Bong Joon-ho and Growers David Heyman and Shannon McIntosh.

The presenters were Josh Thomas, directors, Niki Caro and Phillip Noyce and manufacturer Bill Mechanic.

Parasite, who also won the AACTA Award for Best Asian Film, is the Korean film that achieved the highest earnings in all countries, with $23.9 million and earned $130 million worldwide. The film is released in Australia by Madman Entertainment, and has earned more than $2 million.

The awards are covered in an episode of The Watchlist that will be broadcast next Saturday at 19:30 on Fox One with a meeting the next day to 18:00 AEDT in Arena.

WINNERS AND NOMINEES
AACTA International Award for Best Film
• THE IRISHMAN
• JOKER
• THE KING
• ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
• PARASITE

AACTA International Award for Best Direction
• 1917 – Sam Mendes
• THE IRISHMAN – Martin Scorsese
• JOKER – Todd Phillips
• ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD – Quentin Tarantino
• PARASITE – Bong Joon Ho

AACTA International Award for Best Screenplay
• THE IRISHMAN – Steven Zaillian
• JOJO RABBIT – Taika Waititi
• JOKER – Todd Phillips, Scott Silver
• ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD – Quentin Tarantino
• PARASITE – Bong Joon ho, Jin Won Han

AACTA International Award for Best Lead Actor
• Christian Bale – FORD V FERRARI
• Antonio Banderas – PAIN AND GLORY
• Robert De Niro – THE IRISHMAN
• Adam Driver – MARRIAGE STORY
• Joaquin Phoenix – JOKER

AACTA International Award for Best Lead Actress
• Awkwafina – THE FAREWELL
• Scarlett Johansson – MARRIAGE STORY
• Saoirse Ronan – LITTLE WOMEN
• Charlize Theron – BOMBSHELL
• Renée Zellweger – JUDY

AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actor
• John Lithgow – BOMBSHELL
• Al Pacino – THE IRISHMAN
• Joe Pesci – THE IRISHMAN
• Brad Pitt – ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD
• Song Kang-Ho – PARASITE

AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actress
• Toni Collette – KNIVES OUT
• Nicole Kidman – BOMBSHELL
• Florence Pugh – LITTLE WOMEN
• Margot Robbie – BOMBSHELL
• Margot Robbie – ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD