It’s officially time to celebrate the films that weren’t made in America.
Tonight, the 91st annual Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, and Roma won the highly coveted Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
The film was up against Capernaum (Lebanon), Cold War (Poland), Never Look Away (Germany) and Shoplifters (Japan).
Unlike other categories, the Best Foreign Language Film award isn’t given to a specific individual. Although the film’s director accepts the statuette during the ceremony, it is considered a nod toward the country as a whole. Previous winners include A Fantastic Woman (Chile), The Salesman (Iran), Son of Saul (Hungary), Ida (Poland), The Great Beauty (Italy) and Amour (Austria).