Well, it happened: After a very long awards season, the 95th Academy Awards finally happened on Sunday.
Despite some categories that were a bit tricky to predict, few assumed that any movie would take Best Picture other than “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” The movie dominated in most of its categories, including some competitive ones like Best Original Screenplay, while “All Quiet on the Western Front” did well in major craft categories (along with its Best International Feature Film prize).
Meanwhile, nobody got slapped, all the correct winners were announced, and rating were up. The most drama that took place involved a large white dress worn by the singer Tems, an awkward Hugh Grant interview on the champagne carpet, and the champagne carpet (OK, maybe it was beige).
In this week’s episode of Screen Talk, Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson discuss their experiences attending the show, why it was a satisfying program pretty much the whole way through, and some of the most significant wins of the night. They also touch on the dominance of “Everything Everywhere” distributor A24 and what they plan to focus on now that Oscar talk is finally behind them.
Watch the full episode above or listen to it below.
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