Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress From Los Angeles Film Critics Association
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Regina King Wins Best Supporting Actress From Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Regina King is one of the big winners from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) Awards. King will receive an award for Best Supporting Actress from her role in Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk.

Other winners of note include Hannah Beachler for Best Production Design (Black Panther), Nicholas Britell for Best Music Score (If Beale Street Could Talk) and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse for Best Animated Feature.

The biggest winner of the night was Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, which won Best Picture. Cuarón also won for Best Cinematography.

King has become one of the standouts from this awards season; she has also earned a Critic’s Choice Award for her performance in Beale Street as well as a Golden Globe nomination.

The LAFCA Awards ceremony will be held on January 12.

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