Gotham Awards 2022 Winners List: 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' takes home Best Feature Film

Gotham Awards 2022 Winners List: 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' takes home Best Feature Film
Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu in 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' (A24)

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: The highly-anticipated awards season has finally begun with the 32nd annual Gotham Awards handing out trophies to the visionary talent in front of and behind the camera. A24s blockbuster hit ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ emerged as the biggest winner of the night as it edged past movies like ‘TAR’ and ‘Aftersun’ to win the Best Feature Film accolade. The movie sees Michelle Yeoh playing the role of a Chinese immigrant named Evelyn Wang who gets tangled in an epic adventure where she is forced to connect with other versions of herself in several parallel universes to stop someone who intends to harm the multiverse.

The film went on to become A24’s biggest-ever movie and earned universal acclaim. On the other hand, Ke Huy Quan, who portrayed the character of Waymond Wang in the movie, took home the Outstanding Supporting Actor trophy and gave an emotional speech about how he had “no job” last year while thanking everyone who supported the entire cast and crew to make this movie. On the other hand, Danielle Deadwyler received the Outstanding Lead Performance accolade for her performance in the drama movie ‘Till’ which is based on the true story of Mamie Till-Bradley, an educator and activist who pursued justice after the murder of her 14-year-old son in 1965.

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Todd Field’s ‘TAR’, who went into the ceremony with the most number of nominations (5), could only win one award during the ceremony and it came in the Best Screenplay category. ‘Aftersun’ director Charlotte Wells won the Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director award while the prize for breakthrough performer went to Gracija Filipovic for the Croatian drama ‘Murina’.
 
On the side of the television, Apple TV+’s ‘Pachinko’ emerged victorious in the over-40-minutes category. Meanwhile, ‘Mo’ won the award for breakthrough series under 40 minutes.

Also, at the ceremony, superstars Michelle Williams and Adam Sandler received Performer Tributes at the show.

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(L-R) Daniel Scheinert, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jonathan Wang and Daniel Kwan pose in the GreenSlate Greenroom at The 2022 Gotham Awards at Cipriani Wall Street on November 28, 2022 in New York City.
(L-R) Daniel Scheinert, Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jonathan Wang and Daniel Kwan pose in the GreenSlate Greenroom at The 2022 Gotham Awards at Cipriani Wall Street on November 28, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for GreenSlate)

Here’s the list of winners:

BEST FEATURE

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ – WINNER

Nominations
‘Aftersun’
‘The Cathedral’
‘Dos Estaciones’
‘Tár’
'Everything Everywhere All At Once'

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OUTSTANDING LEAD PERFORMANCE

Danielle Deadwyler (‘Till’) – WINNER

Nominations
Cate Blanchett (‘Tár’)
Danielle Deadwyler (‘Till’)
Dale Dickey (‘A Love Song’)
Colin Farrell (‘After Yang’)
Brendan Fraser (‘The Whale’)
Paul Mescal (‘Aftersun’)
Thandiwe Newton (‘God’s Country’)
Aubrey Plaza (‘Emily the Criminal’) 
Taylor Russell (‘Bones and All’)
Michelle Yeoh (‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’)

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OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING PERFORMANCE

Ke Huy Quan (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’) – WINNER

Nominations
Mark Rylance (‘Bones and All’)
Brian Tyree Henry (‘Causeway’)
Ke Huy Quan (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’)
Raúl Castillo (‘The Inspection’)
Gabrielle Union (‘The Inspection’)
Nina Hoss (‘Tár’)
Noémie Merlant (‘Tár’)
Hong Chau (‘The Whale’)
Ben Whishaw (‘Women Talking’)
Jessie Buckley (‘Women Talking’)

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Ke Huy Quan poses with the Outstanding Supporting Performance Award in the GreenSlate Greenroom At The 2022 Gotham Awards at Cipriani Wall Street on November 28, 2022 in New York City.
Ke Huy Quan poses with the Outstanding Supporting Performance Award in the GreenSlate Greenroom At The 2022 Gotham Awards at Cipriani Wall Street on November 28, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for GreenSlate)

BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE

Happening’ – WINNER

Nominations
‘Athena’
‘The Banshees of Inisherin’
‘Corsage’
‘Decision to Leave’
‘Happening’ 
‘Saint Omer’

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BREAKTHROUGH DIRECTOR

Charlotte Wells (‘Aftersun’) – WINNER

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Nominations
Owen Kline (‘Funny Pages’)
Elegance Bratton (‘The Inspection’)
Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic (‘Murina’)
Beth De Araújo (‘Soft & Quiet’)
Jane Schoenbrun (‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’)


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BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMER

Gracija Flipovic (‘Murina’) – WINNER

Nominations
Frankie Corio (‘Aftersun’)
Kali Reis (‘Catch the Fair One’)
Gracija Flipovic (‘Murina’)
Anna Diop (‘Nanny’)
Anna Cobb (‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’)


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BEST SCREENPLAY

Todd Field (‘Tár’) – WINNER

Nominations
Kogonada (‘After Yang’)
James Gray (‘Armageddon Time’)
Lena Dunham (‘Catherine Called Birdy’)
Todd Field (‘Tár’)
Sarah Polley (‘Women Talking’)


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BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

‘All That Breathes’ – WINNER

Nominations

'All That Breathes'
‘All the Beauty and the Bloodshed’
‘I Didn’t See You There’
‘The Territory’
‘What We Leave Behind’


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TV

BREAKTHROUGH TELEVISION OVER 40 MINUTES

‘Pachinko’ (Apple+) – WINNER

Nominations
‘Severance’ (Apple+)
‘Station Eleven’ (HBO Max)
‘This Is Going To Hurt’ (AMC+)
‘Yellowjackets’ (Showtime)


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BREAKTHROUGH TELEVISION UNDER 40 MINUTES

‘Mo’ (Netflix) – WINNER

Nominations
‘Abbott Elementary’ (ABC)
‘As We See It’ (Amazon Prime Video)
‘Rap Sh!t’ (HBO Max)
‘Somebody, Somewhere’ (HBO)

TELEVISION PERFORMERS

Ben Whishaw (‘This Is Going To Hurt’) – WINNER

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Nominations
Bilal Baig (‘Sort Of’)
Ayo Edebiri (‘The Bear’)
Janelle James (‘Abbott Elementary’)
Matilda Lawler (‘Station Eleven’)
Britt Lower (‘Severance’)
Melanie Lynskey (‘Yellowjackets’)
Sue Ann Pien (‘As We See It’)
Minha Kim (‘Pachinko’)
Zahn McClarnon (‘Dark Winds’)

BREAKTHROUGH NONFICTION SERIES

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We Need to Talk About Cosby’ – WINNER

Nominations
‘The Andy Warhol Diaries’
‘The Last Movie Stars’
‘Mind Over Murder’
‘The Rehearsal’
‘We Need to Talk About Cosby’

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