By Le Figaro with AFP
The 30-something duo trumps master Steven Spielberg and his autobiographical story The Fabelmans.
Hollywood embraces the new guard. Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan won the Best Director Oscar for their kung fu film and ode to alternate realities Everything Everywhere All At Once.
The 30-something duo trumps master Steven Spielberg and his autobiographical story The Fabelmans. The director of Sea teeth looks set to leave empty-handed. As the Banshees of Inisherin.
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Their genre feature won the Oscars for Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing, which can give him hope for the Oscar for Best Picture.
“If our film has greatness and genius, it’s only because they have greatness and genius flowing through their hearts, and their souls, and their minds and have given this precious gift to our film. We are the fruit of our context, of our families“, declared Daniel Kwan at the time of receiving the Oscar.
Greatest success in independent cinema and carried by the charisma of Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All At Once established himself as the conquering outsider of this year in front of The Fabelmans or The Banshees of Inisherin, early darlings of this awards season and winners at the Toronto and Venice Festivals. Psychedelic, this journey through parallel universes and the portrait of a mother ready to do anything to find her daughter on a low budget offer unprecedented visibility to Asian talents.