“Oscar” was awarded for “Best Film”. Everything Everywhere At OnceAs announced at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. The winner of the award was presented with the famous golden statuette at the 95th Academy Awards ceremony. The award was accepted by the producer Jonathan Wangand shared by principals Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (Daniels). The film swept Hollywood’s biggest night, winning a total of seven awards.

Last year’s winner, COD, made history by becoming the first streaming film to win the Best Picture Oscar. The feel-good drama, presented by Apple TV+, won three nominations at the 94th Academy Awards. In addition to winning the Best Picture category, Troy Kotsur Won Best Supporting Actor and directed Sian Heather Won in the Best Adapted Screenplay category. COD It was also the first predominantly deaf film to win Best Picture.


Everything Everywhere At Once It tells the story of Evelyn Wang, a down-on-his-luck laundromat owner who gains the ability to channel the multiverse after an interdimensional rift threatens to reveal reality itself. Hot dog fingers, standing stones, and a black hole inside a bagel made by her downtrodden daughter are all standard features of this intellectual adventure that blends quirky comedy and themes of family togetherness as Evelyn tries to save the universe. – and his daughter. The Academy also recognized Daniels for both Directing and Original screenplayand actors were awarded Ke Hui Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis and Michelle Yeoh for their performances in the film.

Michelle Yeoh

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Everything Everywhere At Once came late as a favorite and previous participant. With 11 nominations, the film is represented in more categories than any other nominee this year All is calm on the Western FrontGerman language movie from Netflix – and Banshees of Inisherin Each took the next places with 9 nominations. Added by them to the list of candidates Triangle of sadness, Tar, Elvis, Fabelmans and Women talking.

The return of audiences to cinemas after the pandemic has also been acknowledged, with two films – Avatar: The Waterway and Best Weapon: Maverick – Both are nominated for Best Picture, each earning more than $1 billion worldwide, making it the first time two films have made it past that milestone.