The film won awards this year, including Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Director.
“All at once” directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, met expectations and won Best Picture at the 95th Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood this Sunday. “Favermans”
“There’s no movie with a better cast than this one. The Oscar belongs to all of us,” said Jonathan Wang, the film’s producer, upon accepting the award.
Daniel Kwan then spoke out, thanking the Hollywood industry for “inspiring” him throughout his life and serving as “a haven from the turmoil of the world.”
The remaining film nominated in this category was ‘Favermans’. “Quiet on the Western Front”; “Avatar: Path of Water”; “Banshee of Inisherin”; “Elvis”; “Tar”; “Top Gun: Maverick”;
Before awards season began, Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical film Fabermann was a big hit, and a few weeks later, Everything Everywhere All at Once was the frontrunner.
“All at once”
Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the film has been nominated for 11 Oscars and has already been nominated for the Hollywood Producers Guild Awards (PGA Awards), the Directors Guild Awards (DGA) and the Screen Actors Guild of EE USA. (SAG), and has won the Critics Award. choice and spirit.
This fantastic adventure about a familiar superheroine (Michelle Yeoh) who traverses a parallel universe and tries to save the world captivated a large part of the public this year, paying off the more than $25 million A24 Studios invested in its production. I was. By claiming almost 110 million.
In addition to Best Picture, Everything Everywhere All at Once won seven awards: Best Director, Best Actress, Editing, Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress. bottom.