Everything Everywhere All At Once is off to a great start this awards season. The film was nominated for eight Independent Spirit Awards on Tuesday morning, Deadline reports.
The film is nominated for the following awards:
- Best Feature
- Best Director, Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert
- Best Screenplay, Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert,
- Best Lead Performance, Michelle Yeoh
- Best Supporting Performance, Jamie Lee Curtis
- Best Supporting Performance, Ke Huy Quan
- Best Breakthrough Performance, Stephanie Hsu
- Best Editing, Paul Rogers
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Everything Everywhere All At Once is the most nominated film at the Independent Spirit Awards. The awards ceremony will take place at the beach near Santa Monica Pier on March 4, 2023.
Kwan and Scheinert marveled at the buzz that still exists around the film, which came out several months ago.
“We did press all through the summer, and then took a break and thought, ‘This will all die down. The feelings will die down, the excitement will die down,’” Kwan told The New York Times. “And then we came back and somehow it’s gotten even stronger. At one of the screenings, someone came up to me and said, ‘This is my 14th time watching the movie!’”
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