Alabama NewsCenter — ‘Everything Everywhere,’ co-written and co-directed by Alabama native, wins big at Oscars : The Alabama Weather Blog1 min read
By: Thomas Buckley / Bloomberg
“Everything Everywhere All at Once,” a film made for under $20 million by the independent studio A24, was the big winner at the 95th Academy Awards, picking up best picture and six other trophies over some of the highest-grossing movies in Hollywood history.
Michelle Yeoh won the best actress award for her lead role in the genre-bending sci-fi film, becoming the first Asian to capture that Oscar, while Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan won for their supporting roles in the picture. The team of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert together shared Oscars for writing and directing “Everything Everywhere.”
Scheinert is from Birmingham. Paul Rogers, another Alabama native, won the Film Editing award for his work on the film.
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