A24’s Everything Everywhere All at Once from the Daniels dominated at the 95th Academy Awards by winning seven of the 11 awards it was nominated for.
The film won the Picture, Director, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay and Editing categories.
The film won a record-breaking seven out of eight Independent Spirit Awards nominations.
It also received 13 Critics' Choice Movie Awards nominations, winning five.
EEAAO received six Golden Globe Awards nominations and won two.
Everything Everywhere All at Once received 10 British Academy Film Awards nominations and won one.
It was named one of the top 10 films of 2022 by the National Board of Review and the American Film Institute.
The film won top prizes at the Directors Guild, Producers Guild, Writers Guild, and Screen Actors Guild (where it won a record-breaking four awards).
Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan made Oscar history as the first two Asian actors to win in the same year.
The film became only the third to win three out of four acting categories, along with A Streetcar Named Desire and Network.
Everything Everywhere has won more above-the-line Oscars than any other movie in the Academy’s 95 years.
Directing duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert also made history, becoming the third duo to win Best Director after West Side Story and No Country For Old Men.
Everything Everywhere All at Once also made history by becoming the first film in Oscars history to win Best Picture and three awards for acting.
It is also the first science-fiction film to have won Best Picture at the Oscars.