“Everything Everywhere All at Once” wins Oscars with 7 wins

Everything everywhere at oncea low-budget production by independent studio A24, dominated the 95th Academy Awards, winning seven Oscars as of Sunday night, including Best Picture, Best Director and three acting awards.

The film, an unlikely tale of an immigrant family grappling with generational conflict, financial strains and a threat that cuts across multiple universes, topped two blockbusters credited with revitalizing the pandemic-ravaged film industry. Top Gun: Maverick And Avatar: The Way of Water.

Everything everywhere It reportedly cost $25 million to make and made about $108 million.

The film’s success was a historic moment for Asian actors in Hollywood. Malaysia-born Michelle Yeoh became the first Asian woman to win the Best Actress Oscar for her performance, defeating Cate Blanchett for her critically acclaimed performance in tar.

Yeoh, 60, began her career with Jackie Chan in Hong Kong martial arts films before moving on to other feature films including the James Bond film Tomorrow never dies And Crouching tiger, hidden dragon.

“To all the little boys and girls who look like me tonight, this is a beacon of hope and opportunity,” Yeoh said in her acceptance speech.

Ke Huy Quan, a Vietnamese-American actor, won the Best Supporting Actor award for his role in the film, while Jamie Lee Curtis accepted the Best Supporting Actress award.

Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert won Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay, beating cinema luminaries like Steven Spielberg for the autobiographical film The FabelmansIrish playwright and filmmaker Martin McDonagh for The Banshees by Inisherin and Todd Field for Tar.

Everything everywhere also won the Best Editing Award, rounding out its tally of seven awards from 11 nominations.

The Oscars came amid scorching controversy at last year’s awards, when Will Smith stunned the world by slapping comedian Chris Rock onstage, prompting scathing criticism from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

It has since undergone a change in leadership, with new board chairman Bill Kramer and academy president Janet Yang pledging to revitalize a program plagued by declining ratings and complaints about its length and the diversity of its nominees.

This year’s show lasted about three and a half hours, shorter than some in recent years.

The other big winner of the night was nothing new in the West, a German war epic from Netflix. The film took home four awards: Best International Feature Film, Cinematography, Production Design and Original Music.

The Best Actor award went to Brendan Fraser, who played a 600-pound recluse in it The whale.

Navalnya portrait of imprisoned Russian dissident Alexei Navalny while recovering from neurotoxin poisoning, won Best Documentary.

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Brian Ashcraft

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