“Everything Everywhere All at Once” was the big winner at the Critics Choice Awards. A total of five trophies went to the sci-fi comedy. The prices at a glance:
The German anti-war film “Nothing New in the West” went empty handed at the 28th Critics Choice Awards. The drama by director Edward Berger runs on Netflix and is also Germany’s Oscar nominee. Instead, “RRR” from India received the critics’ prize for best non-English language film at the awards ceremony on Sunday evening (local time) in Los Angeles.
These are the award winners
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” was voted best film – with a total of five trophies, it was the clear winner of the evening. The science fiction comedy also received awards for best director, best supporting actor, best original screenplay and best editing.
Cate Blanchett won the Best Actress award for her role as the fictional chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic in the drama “Tár”. Brendan Fraser, who in “The Whale” as a very overweight man struggling with the loss of a great love, was awarded Best Actor.
Major Critics Film Awards
The Critics Choice Awards are considered important critics’ film awards. They are selected by over 500 members of the Critics Choice Association (CCA) from the USA and Canada. This time the US comedian Chelsea Handler was the hostess on the stage.
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