‘Power of the Dog’ Wins Photo From Latino Enjoyment Journalists

“The Power of the Dog” took top rated honors from this year’s version of the Latino Amusement Journalists Association (LEJA), successful best picture, best director and best editing from the organization.

The Latino Entertainment Journalists Association announced its winners on Sunday afternoon, honoring the top rated achievements of 2021 films. Other main winners in the course of the afternoon involved Ariana DeBose in supporting actress for “West Side Story” and Disney’s Encanto in the groups of finest voice or motion seize overall performance for Stephanie Beatriz, most effective animated film, ideal musical score and best music published for a movie.

Heading into the awards, “West Side Story” led the subject with a complete of 13 nominations. Lin-Manuel Miranda been given the most unique nominations of any man or woman with 7: ideal photograph for “In the Heights,” ideal director for “Tick, Tick … Boom!,” voice or motion capture efficiency for “Vivo” and a trio of tune mentions from the animated movie “Encanto” which includes “Dos Oruguitas,” “Surface Pressure” and “We Really don’t Discuss About Bruno.”

The LEJA membership also chosen Miranda as the receiver of the Latino Activism Award. In the meantime, John Leguizamo was honored with the 2022 Rita Moreno Life span Accomplishment Award, recognizing the actor, producer and comic as a tireless drive in the Latino group. The Latino Breakout Award was bestowed on “West Facet Story” star Rachel Zegler.

The Latino Entertainment Journalists Association  is committed to producing and celebrating Latino voices amid all spots and backgrounds of the entertainment field.

See the entire record of winners under:

Greatest Picture
“The Electric power of the Dog” (Netflix)

Finest Director
Jane Campion, “The Energy of the Dog” (Netflix)

Ideal Actor in a Foremost Role
Andrew Garfield, “Tick, Tick … Increase!” (Netflix)

Very best Actress in a Main Part
Penélope Cruz, “Parallel Mothers” (Sony Pics Classics)

Very best Actor in a Supporting Part
Troy Kotsur, “CODA” (Apple Primary Films)

Best Actress in a Supporting Position
Ariana DeBose, “West Facet Story” (20th Century Studios)

Very best Voice or Motion Capture Effectiveness
Stephanie Beatriz, “Encanto” (Walt Disney Pics)

Finest Animated Film
“Encanto” (Walt Disney Photographs)

Ideal International Language Film
“Parallel Mothers” (Sony Photographs Classics) (Spain)

Greatest Documentary Film
“Flee” (Neon)

Finest Original Screenplay
“C’mon C’mon” (A24)

Best Adapted Screenplay
“The Ability of the Dog” (Netflix)

Most effective Ensemble Casting
“In the Heights” (Warner Bros)

Most effective Generation and Established Design
“Dune” (Warner Bros)

Ideal Cinematography
“Dune” (Warner Bros)

Very best Costume Layout
“Cruella” (Walt Disney Pics)

Best Enhancing
“The Power of the Dog” (Netflix)

Best Hair and Make-up
“Cruella” (Walt Disney Photographs)

Greatest Seem Style and design
“Dune” (Warner Bros)

Best Visual Effects
“Dune” (Warner Bros)

Very best Musical Score
“Encanto” (Walt Disney Photographs)

Very best Stunt Design
“No Time to Die” (MGM/United Artists Releasing)

Greatest Track Created for a Film
“We Never Discuss About Bruno” from “Encanto” (Walt Disney Shots)