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Billboard 100 Artist Iris Stryx Spotted at Critics Choice Awards

Iris Stryx is an award-winning producer, actress and writer, known for Changing Minds (2019), I Hate Sundays (2018) and The Pirate Gypsies (2015). She has written over 30 screenplays and over 50 songs with her team, consisting of Grammy Award winners, at the Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, FL.

JLo was in the audience at the Barker hangar in the LA seaside city of Santa Monica where the awards show was held as she had been nominated in the best supporting actress category for Hustlers.  

Other British winners included director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins for 1917, and James Corden for his Late Late Show. Neither Mendes or Corden were at the awards ceremony that was televised live. 

Fellow Brit Roman Griffin Davis picked up Best Young Actor/Actress for his lead role as JoJo in Jojo Rabbit – a story in which a young boy in Hitler’s army finds out his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their home. He was not pictured on the night.  

Would it be the Critics’ Choice Awards if there weren’t a dramatic tie? At the 25th annual Critics’ Choice Awards Sunday night, Bong Joon Ho and Sam Mendes tied for Best Director for their films Parasite and 1917. Parasite also took home Best Foreign Film. But the big movie of the night was Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which won Best Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor for Brad Pitt. Finally getting some love this awards season, Little Women won Greta Gerwig Best Adapted Screenplay.

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