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Everything Everywhere All at Once really was everything to the members of GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics.
The group of over 400 LGBTQ+ film and television critics (of which this writer is one) announced the winners of its annual film awards, and the queer multiverse-spanning scifi family tale Everything Everywhere All at Once has swept the awards!
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Everything Everywhere picked up the trophies in every category it was nominated in, including Film of the Year, LGBTQ Film of the Year, Director of the Year, Screenplay of the Year, Film Performance (for Michelle Yeoh), Supporting Film Performance (for Ke Huy Quan), and Visually Striking Film of the Year.
Stephanie Hsu also picked up the Rising Star Award while Yeoh was honored with the Wilde Artist Award for being “a truly groundbreaking force in film, theater, and/or television.”
This is the first time a single film has won the awards for Film, LGBTQ Film, Visually Striking Film, Director, Screenplay, Performance, and Supporting Performance. In 2016, Moonlight took home all of those awards except for Visually Striking Film of the Year and Film Performance of the Year – Actress, which went to Viola Davis in Fences. In 2015, Carol won five of those awards as well.
In 2009, the first year of the awards, Colin Firth’s film A Single Man won three of the film awards out of four, taking home Film, Film Performance, and LGBTQ-Themed Film, while not winning in the Campy Flick of the Year category.
There were a few categories that Everything Everywhere wasn’t up for contention, including Unsung Film, which went to Aftersun, Documentary and LGBTQ Documentary, which went to All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Animated film (Marcel the Shell with Shoes On), Non-English Film (RRR), Film Music of the Year (Tár), and Campiest Flick of the year (the deliciously bloody Mia-Goth-led Pearl).The final award, the GALECA LGBTQIA+ Film Trailblazer Award, went to Janelle Monáe, who was the standout star in this past year’s
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