Arroba Cult | Story of a Wedding is the big winner of the Gotham Awards, the Oscar of independent cinema

 Arroba Cult |  Story of a Wedding is the big winner of the Gotham Awards, the Oscar of independent cinema

The awards season started off strong, at least for independent films.

THE Gotham Independent Film Awards yesterday he awarded feature films with smaller budgets, called indie films.

In the list we had competitors like History of a Wedding (Netflix), O mal does not wait for the night – Midssomar (A24 / Paris Filmes), Outstanding (Annapurna Pictures / Imagem Filmes) and The Scammers (STX / Diamond Filmes)

History of a Wedding the big winner of the night came out with 4 prizes.

Read our review here.

Check the list of winners:

Best movie

History of a Wedding (Netflix)

The Farewell (A24) Uncut Gems (A24) Waves (A24) The scammers (STX)

Best Actor

Adam Driver
History of a Wedding (Netflix)

Aldis Hodge – Clemency Adam Sandler – Uncut Gems Willem Dafoe – The headlight Andre Holland – High Flying Bird

Best actress

Awkwafina
The Farewell (A24)

Florence Pugh – Evil Doesn’t Wait for the Night – MidsommarMary Kay Place – DianeAlfre Woodard – ClemencyElisabeth Moss – Her Smell

Best Documentary

American Factory (Netflix)
Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert, directors; Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert, Jeff Reichert, Julie Parker Benello, producers (Netflix)

Apollo 11The Edge of DemocracyMidnight TravelerOne Child Nation

Best Screenplay

History of a Wedding– Noah Baumbach

Lulu Wang – The FarewellTarell Alvin McCraney – High Flying BirdJimmie Fails, Joe Talbot, and Rob Richert – The Last Black Man in San FranciscoAri Aster – Evil Doesn’t Wait for the Night – Midsommar

New artist

Taylor Russell
Waves (A24)

Julia Fox – Uncut GemsAisling Franciosi – The Nightingale Jonathan Majors – The Last Black Man in San FranciscoNoah Jupe – Honey BoyChris Galust – Give Me Liberty

Audience Award

History of a Wedding (Netflix)

Bingham Ray Award for Breakthrough Director

Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre
The Mustang (Focus Features)

Kent Jones – DianeJoe Talbot – The Last Black Man in San FranciscoOlivia Wilde – Outstanding (Booksmart)Phillip Youmans – Burning Cane

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