Gotham Awards: Everything Everywhere All at Once was the winner of the evening

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ was the big winner at this year’s Gotham Awards.

The comedy-drama film, starring Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis, received the award for Best Feature at the awards ceremony held on Monday night (November 28) at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, and Ke Huy Quan won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor.

Quan, who returned to acting in 2021 after a 20-year hiatus, said in his acceptance speech, “Wow, that’s amazing. This time last year, all I was hoping for was just a job. And just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, it does. What an incredible honor. Thank you to Jamie Lee Curtis for helping me find my confidence when I needed it most. I feel so lucky to be a part of this family. It’s often in independent films that actors who otherwise wouldn’t have a chance find their opportunities. I was that actor. For the first time in a very long time I got a second chance and I owe them everything for that.”

Also, Michelle Williams and Adam Sandler won the Performer Tribute Awards. Sandler read a speech written for him by his daughters Sadie, 16, and Sunny, 14. It read: “Dear well-dressed dignitaries, highly educated hipsters, and various other plus-ones of the Gotham Awards, thank you for honoring our father, Mr. Adam Sandler, with this prestigious Lifetime, All-Time, Primetime G.O.A.T. Achievement Tribute Award. While dad’s with you tonight, we’re doing everything we’re not supposed to do when dad’s home, like eating his yodels or trying on his spanx or, dare we say it, laughing out loud at Ben Stiller movies. “

Gotham Awards 2022 – Full List of Winners:

Best feature

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’

Best Documentary Feature

‘All That Breathes’

Best International Feature:


Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award

Charlotte Wells for ‘Aftersun’

Best screen play:

‘Tar,’ Todd Field

Outstanding lead performance

Danielle Deadwyler in ‘Till’

Outstanding supporting performance

Ke Huy Quan in ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’

Breakthrough performers:

Gracija Filipovic in ‘Murina’

Breakthrough Series – Short Format (under 40 minutes)


Breakthrough Series – Long Format (over 40 minutes)


Outstanding Performance in a New Series

Ben Whishaw in ‘This is Going to Hurt’

Breakthrough Nonfiction Series

‘We Need To Talk About Cosby’

Performer Tributes: Adam Sandler, Michelle Williams

Ensemble Tribute: the cast of ‘Fire Island’

Filmmaker Tribute: Gina Prince-Bythewood

Icon Tribute: Sidney Poitier

Innovator Tribute: Don Katz

Industry Tribute: Peter Kujawski and Jason Cassidy

Gotham Impact Salute: Venice Film Festival

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