“Mission: Impossible,” which was shot in France, the U.K., Abu Dhabi, Norway and New Zealand, won in the Outstanding Locations in a Contemporary Feature category. Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma,” shot entirely in Mexico City, won for Outstanding Locations in a Period Feature.
Voting in the television categories followed suit, with the contemporary award going to an action-packed franchise, “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” and the period award going to a more contemplative work, “Chernobyl” (shot in Lithuania).
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The awards covered an unusual 17-month eligibility period, with films and television shows released between Jan. 1, 2018 and May 31, 2019 qualifying for consideration.
Director Peter Weir received the Lmgi Lifetime Achievement Award,