“Everything Everywhere All At Once” won the Oscar in the category “Best Film of the Year”
The Daniel Scheinert-Dan Kwan directorial duo’s “Everything Everywhere All At Once” has won the Oscar for Best Picture of the Year, the 95th U.S. Academy Awards ceremony being held Sunday in Los Angeles.
Ten films competed for the top prize, the title of Best Picture of the Year. The winner competition included James Cameron’s “Avatar: The Way of Water,” Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans,” Martin McDonagh’s “Banshee Inisherina,” Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis,” Edward Berger’s “On the Western Front Without Change,” Todd Field’s “Tar,” Ruben Estlund’s “The Sorrow Triangle,” Sarah Polley’s “Women Talking” and Joseph Kosinski’s “Top Gun: Maverick.”
“All At Once” was entered in 11 categories and, in addition to the Academy’s top award, won the Golden Knight statuette for directing, screenplay, editing, lead actress and supporting roles, among others.