Every Thing Everywhere All At Once Wins 7 Awards / Reuters Photo
Every Thing Everywhere All At Once Wins 7 Awards / Reuters Photo

The low-budget film Every Thing, Everywhere, All At Once beat heavyweight rivals at the Oscars.

At the 95th Academy Awards, the film, made with a budget of less than 2 million dollars, won a total of 7 awards.

Best Film, Director (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), Best Actress (Michelle Yeoh), Best Supporting Actor (Ki Hoi Kwan) and Supporting Actress (Jamie Lee Curtis), Original Screenplay and Film Editing went to this science fiction film. stay

Another film from studio A24, which produced the film, The Wheel, took home the awards for Best Actor (Brendan Fraser) and Makeup and Hairstyling.

Streaming service Netflix’s film All Quiet on the Western Front won 4 awards, while Pinocchio, which won the award for animated film, was also from the same streaming service.

This year, for the first time an Asian woman, Mitchell Yeoh won the award for Best Actress, while Ruth Carter won Best Costume Design for Black Panther, Wakanda Forever.

She is the first black woman to win 2 Oscars.

2022’s top-grossing films Avatar The Way of Water and Top Gun Maverick took home the awards for Visual Effects (Avatar) and Sound Editing (Top Gun Maverick).

Similarly, the best song award was won by the Indian film RRR’s song Naatu Naatu.