“Everything Everywhere All At Once” directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert just won this year’s Directors Guild of America (DGA) Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film! The pair of young filmmakers were recognized by top directors in the association, upstaging famous rivals like Steven Spielberg ahead of the Oscars.
“What the hell? Guys, thank you so much. This has been an incredible year for our little film that somehow keeps going,” Kwan said as they received the award. Meanwhile, Scheinert thanked his co-director, “Thank you for making our movie so much braver and more vulnerable. What an honor… this is crazy!”
The movie stars the 2023 Golden Globe Awardee for Best Actress Michelle Yeoh and the 2023 Golden Globe Awardee for Best Supporting Actor Ke Huy Quan, who both bagged their respective awards for their roles in the film among others.
The “Daniels” started their directorial career through music videos for songs such as “Turn Down For What” by DJ Snake, and “Houdini” and “Don’t Stop (Color On The Walls) by Foster the People. Prior to “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, the last film they directed was “Swiss Army Man” starring Daniel Radcliffe.
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