Last night, the 93rd Academy Awards made history by awarding the Best Picture to “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, a film that was released across all platforms simultaneously.
The groundbreaking film, directed by first-time director Steven Johnson, tells the story of a man who travels around the world in search of answers to some of life’s most difficult questions. The movie was praised for its exploration of themes such as identity, mortality, and the meaning of life.
The movie was released on all major streaming platforms, as well as in theaters, on the same day. It was also released for free on YouTube, making it accessible to a wide audience.
The film was widely praised by critics, who highlighted its unique and experimental approach to storytelling. The film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Score.
It was ultimately the Best Picture award that made history, as “Everything Everywhere All at Once” became the first movie to win the award with a simultaneous release across all platforms.
Johnson, who was also nominated for Best Director, thanked the Academy for recognizing his groundbreaking film. He said that this win was a testament to the power of art and how it can touch people regardless of where it’s seen or how it’s experienced.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a triumph of artistry, creativity, and ambition. It’s a reminder that the possibilities of the medium are endless and can be experienced by everyone, everywhere, all at once.