Everything Everywhere All At Once wins Oscar for Best Picture

It was a night of history at the 93rd Academy Awards, as the multi-genre documentary Everything Everywhere All At Once won the award for Best Picture.

The documentary, directed by Juliana Parr and produced by The Treehouse Collective, tells the story of five young people from different backgrounds and cultures, who come together to create a unique performance piece. It has been hailed as a powerful and inspiring exploration of global interconnectedness.

The film was up against some tough competition, including Judas and the Black Messiah, Nomadland, Minari, The Father, Sound of Metal, and Mank.

In her acceptance speech, Parr thanked the cast and crew for their hard work, and paid tribute to the message of the film: “We all have a story to tell, and we all need to be heard.”

The win is a groundbreaking moment in Oscars history, as it marks the first time a documentary has won the award for Best Picture. It is also the first time that a female director has won the award.

This is a victory for diversity and inclusion in the film industry, and a resounding statement that stories from all backgrounds can be celebrated and honoured.

The success of Everything Everywhere All At Once is sure to inspire a new generation of filmmakers and audiences, and will no doubt lead to more stories from diverse backgrounds being shared.

Congratulations to Juliana Parr and The Treehouse Collective on their historic win!