Alfonso Cuarón Wins Best Director for 'Roma' at 2019 Oscars

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Published on February 25, 2019 - Duration: 00:49s

Alfonso Cuarón Wins Best Director for 'Roma' at 2019 Oscars

Alfonso Cuarón Wins Best Director for 'Roma' at 2019 Oscars 'Roma' also won awards for best cinematography and best foreign language film.

With Cuarón accepting all three.

The filmmaker previously won best director in 2014 for the film Gravity.

Set in Mexico City during the 1970s, Roma tells the story of an indigenous domestic worker named Cleo.

Cuarón made history at the 91st Academy Awards for winning both as the cinematographer and director of the same film.

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