Gothams give virtual start to Oscar season, Nomadland wins

The 30th Gotham Awards gave a very strange Oscar season a virtual start Monday in a largely digital ceremony that crowned Chloé Zhao's Nomadland the best film of 2020.

The show streamed from an empty banquet hall, with acceptance speeches made from living rooms.

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