Oscars 2023: “Everything Everywhere All At Once” tops nominations

The Oscars ceremony will take place on March 12, 2023. Matt Sayles/Invision/AP - Matt Sayles

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The list of films and professionals in competition for the 2023 Oscars, whose ceremony will be held on March 12, was announced on Tuesday.

Other than 

Everything Everywhere All At Once

The Banshees of Inisherin 


A l'Ouest, nothing new is

leading the race for prestigious American statuettes.


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With eleven nominations, the comedy 

Everything Everywhere All At Once

is one of the most cited films and, therefore, the best placed to receive several Oscars.

In addition to Best Picture, its actors find themselves in the running for the four interpretation awards: Best Supporting Male and Female Roles, Best Actress for Michelle Yeoh and Best Actor for Ke Huy Quan, preview, child, 40 years ago in an episode of

Indiana Jones


German film 

Nothing New in the West

also topped the list with nine nominations, as did Irish tragicomedy

The Banshees of Inisherin


nine nominations as well.

The biopic


 about the rock'n'roll legend and Steven Spielberg's latest feature film 

The Fabelmans

will also be present on March 12, at the Oscars ceremony.

However, no French film was selected. 


by Alice Diop, was nevertheless approached to compete for the precious reward.

On the other hand, we find in the category of foreign films the Belgian feature film


by director Lukas Dhont, presented at the Cannes Film Festival, where it received the Grand Jury Prize, or 

The Quiet Girl, 

a film in the Gaelic language which beat box office records in Ireland and the UK.

Avatar: The Way of the Water

 , which exceeded $2 billion at the box office, was only nominated in one major category: best picture. 

Top Gun 

is also included and totals six nominations.

But the Maverick pilot played by Tom Cruise has already succeeded in his mission.

It was he who first brought spectators back to theaters, after the waves of Covid last year. 

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Oscars 2023: the nominations

Best Director

- Martin McDonagh,

The Banshees of Inisherin

- Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert,

Everything Everywhere All at Once

- Steven Spielberg,

The Fabelmans

- Todd Field,


- Ruben Ostlund,


Best film

- In the West, Nothing New, 

by Edward Berger

- Avatar 2: The Way of the Water

, by James Cameron

- The Banshees of Inisherin

, by Martin McDonagh

- Elvis

, by Baz Luhrmann

- Everything Everywhere All at Once

, by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert

- The Fabelmans,

by Steven Spielberg

- Tar,

by Todd Field

- Top Gun: Maverick

, by Joseph Kosinski

- Without Filter

, by Ruben Ostlund

- Women Talking

, by Sarah Polley

Best Animated Film

- Pinocchio

, by Guillermo del Toro

- Puss in Boots 2

, by Januel Mercado and Joel Crawford

- Red Alert

, by Domee Shi

- The Sea Monster

, by Chris Williams

- Marcel the Shell With Shoes On

, by Dean Fleischer-Camp

Best Female Performance in a Leading Role

- Cate Blanchett,


- Ana de Armas,


- Andrea Riseborough,

To Leslie

- Michelle Williams,

The Fabelmans

- Michelle Yeoh,

Everything everywhere all at once

Best Male Performance in a Leading Role

- Austin Butler,


- Colin Farrell,

The Banshees of Inisherin

- Brendan Fraser,

The Whale

- Paul Mescal,


- Bill Nighy,


best foreign film

- In the West, nothing new


- Argentina, 1985


- Close


- EO


- The Quiet Girl


Best Male Performance in a Supporting Role

- Brendan Gleeson,

The Banshees of Inisherin

- Brian Tyree Henry,


- Judd Hirsch,

The Fabelmans

- Barry Keoghan,

The Banshees of Inisherin

- Ke Huy Quan,

Everything, Everywhere All at Once

Best Female Performance in a Supporting Role

- Angela Bassett,

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

- Hong Chau,

The Whale

- Kerry Condon,

The Banshees of Inisherin

- Jamie Lee Curtis,

Everything Everywhere All at Once

- Stephanie Hsu,

Everything Everywhere All at Once


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