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Gotham Awards 2022: List of Winners (Updating Live)

Best Feature“Aftersun”“The Cathedral”“Dos Estaciones”“Everything Everywhere All at Once”“Tár”Best Documentary Feature“All That Breathes” * WINNER“All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” “I Didn’t See You There”“The Territory”“What We Leave Behind”Best International Feature: “Athena”“The Banshees of Inisherin”“Corsage”“Decision to Leave”“Happening” *WINNER“Saint Omer”Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director AwardCharlotte Wells for “Aftersun” Owen Kline for “Funny Pages” Elegance Bratton for “The Inspection” Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic for “Murina” Beth de Araújo for “Soft & Quiet” Jane Schoenbrun for “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair “Best Screenplay: “After Yang,” Kogonada“Armageddon Time,” James Gray“Catherine Called Birdy,” Lena Dunham“Tár,” Todd Field *WINNER“Women Talking,” Sarah Polley, based upon the book by Miriam ToewsOutstanding Lead PerformanceCate Blanchett in “Tár” Danielle Deadwyler in “Till”Dale Dickey in “A Love Song”Colin Farrell in “After Yang” Brendan Fraser in “The Whale” Paul Mescal in “Aftersun”Thandiwe Newton in “God’s Country” Aubrey Plaza in “Emily the Criminal” Taylor Russell in “Bones and All “Michelle Yeoh in “Everything Everywhere All At Once” Outstanding Supporting PerformanceJessie Buckley in “Women Talking” Raúl Castillo in “The Inspection” Hong Chau in “The Whale” Brian Tyree Henry in “Causeway” Nina Hoss in “Tár” Noémie Merlant in “Tár” Ke Huy Quan in “Everything Everywhere All At Once”Mark Rylance in “Bones and All “Gabrielle Union in “The Inspection” Ben Whishaw in “Women Talking”Breakthrough Performer: Anna Cobb in “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair”Frankie Corio in “Aftersun”Anna Diop in “Nanny” Gracija Filipovic in “Murina” *WINNERKalie Reis in “Catch the Fair One”Breakthrough Series –
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Gotham Awards 2022: List of Winners (Updating Live)
Best Feature“Aftersun”“The Cathedral”“Dos Estaciones”“Everything Everywhere All at Once”“Tár”Best Documentary Feature“All That Breathes” * WINNER“All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” “I Didn’t See You There”“The Territory”“What We Leave Behind”Best International Feature: “Athena”“The Banshees of Inisherin”“Corsage”“Decision to Leave”“Happening” *WINNER“Saint Omer”Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director AwardCharlotte Wells for “Aftersun” Owen Kline for “Funny Pages” Elegance Bratton for “The Inspection” Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic for “Murina” Beth de Araújo for “Soft & Quiet” Jane Schoenbrun for “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair “Best Screenplay: “After Yang,” Kogonada“Armageddon Time,” James Gray“Catherine Called Birdy,” Lena Dunham“Tár,” Todd Field *WINNER“Women Talking,” Sarah Polley, based upon the book by Miriam ToewsOutstanding Lead PerformanceCate Blanchett in “Tár” Danielle Deadwyler in “Till”Dale Dickey in “A Love Song”Colin Farrell in “After Yang” Brendan Fraser in “The Whale” Paul Mescal in “Aftersun”Thandiwe Newton in “God’s Country” Aubrey Plaza in “Emily the Criminal” Taylor Russell in “Bones and All “Michelle Yeoh in “Everything Everywhere All At Once” Outstanding Supporting PerformanceJessie Buckley in “Women Talking” Raúl Castillo in “The Inspection” Hong Chau in “The Whale” Brian Tyree Henry in “Causeway” Nina Hoss in “Tár” Noémie Merlant in “Tár” Ke Huy Quan in “Everything Everywhere All At Once”Mark Rylance in “Bones and All “Gabrielle Union in “The Inspection” Ben Whishaw in “Women Talking”Breakthrough Performer: Anna Cobb in “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair”Frankie Corio in “Aftersun”Anna Diop in “Nanny” Gracija Filipovic in “Murina” *WINNERKalie Reis in “Catch the Fair One”Breakthrough Series –
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Liz Hurley dons plunging dress as she reunites with Bedazzled co-star Brendan Fraser
Elizabeth Hurley took a trip down memory lane as she reunited with Brendan Fraser 22 years after they starred alongside each other in Bedazzled.The comedy film released in 2000 follows Elliot (Brendan Fraser) who strikes a deal with the Devil (Elizabeth Hurley) to receive seven wishes in exchange for his soul.The Royals actress, 57, joined her former co-star at a special screening of his comeback film, The Whale at the Ham Yard Hotel in London.READ MORE: Liz Hurley, 57, hailed 'most beautiful woman in the world' as she wows in plunging suitLooking incredibly glamorous, Liz slipped her killer figure into a shimmering dress that plunged at the neckline and cinched in at her tiny waist, sporting light lashings of makeup to accentuate her stunning features.While The Mummy actor looked dapper in a grey suit complete with and open collar blue shirt and black shoes.Taking to Instagram with news of their reunion, Liz posted a snap of them at the event alongside two throwback snaps from the film itself.In the first shot, the model sported a sparkling red dress and donned a red crown as she gazed into the eyes of Brendan, while the third was the original poster from the film as she rested a snake around her neck.Gushing over The Mummy actor, she penned alongside the gallery of snaps: "What a thrill to meet up with my old friend Brendan Fraser and see his brilliant new movie @thewhalemov."Brendan is one of the nicest men on earth. I have the best memories of shooting Bedazzled - a mere 22 years ago .
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Brendan Fraser in tears as new film The Whale receives standing ovation at London Film Festival
supports HTML5 videoBrendan Fraser became emotional as he received a massive standing ovation for his new film The Whale.The acclaimed actor, 53, was a massive star in the 90s and early 2000s, having appeared in some of the biggest action films of the decade.However he took a long break from acting after suffering multiple injuries, going through a divorce and battling with depression, as well as speaking out about an alleged sexual assault.The actor has been welcomed back to the industry with open arms by fans, with The Whale massively anticipated – particularly after its incredible reception at the Venice Film Festival.On Tuesday night, the Mummy star received rapturous applause as his new film was screened at the London Film Festival, with Brendan becoming visibly emotional.Brendan, who was on stage as the cheering audience leapt to their feet, was in tears at the five-minute-long ovation, and was hugged tightly by Samuel D Hunter, who wrote the play the film is based on.brendan fraser during standing ovation for the whale at #lff the ð pic.twitter.com/otuAMfGOPHFootage from the emotional moment was shared on social media, with Twitter users becoming as emotional as Brendan as they shared their joy at his return to the screen.‘I have never seen a standing ovation at London Film Festival but Brendan Fraser just blew the roof off,’ one person present at the premiere wondered.Another shared a clip of the moment Brendan took a bow of thanks on stage, captioning the sweet moment with a teary-eyed emoji.brendan fraser stayed to watch the whale and he went on stage afterwards 𥹠pic.twitter.com/4lBkL0hvzfI have never seen a standing ovation at London Film Festival but Brendan Fraser just blew the roof off #LFF #TheWhale
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