The Gotham Awards returned to New York City on Monday night and set the stage for the rest of the awards season. Past Lives won the trophy for the best feature, while Anatomy of a Fall and Beef topped the list of winners with two awards each.
Past Lives faced stiff competition in the race for the best feature, but it still managed to beat all its rivals and take this trophy home. Passages, Reality, Showing Up, and A Thousand and One were also in contention for the night’s main accolade.
As for Anatomy of a Fall, Justine Triet’s acclaimed drama was the only film to walk away with two trophies this year. It won the award for the best screenplay before being named the best international feature, beating All of Us Strangers and Poor Things.
Lily Gladstone (The Unknown Country) and Charles Melton (May December) also had a reason to celebrate at this year’s Gotham Awards, after collecting acting accolades in their respective fields.
Beef was the main winner in the TV categories, where it collected two awards, for breakthrough series under 40 minutes and outstanding performance in a new series (Ali Wong). The World War II drama A Small Light picked up the award for the breakthrough series over 40 minutes, beating tough competition in The Last of Us and Dead Ringers.
FULL LIST OF WINNERS AT THE 2023 GOTHAM AWARDS:
Outstanding Lead Performance
The Unknown Country
Outstanding Supporting Performance
Breakthrough Director Award
A Thousand and One
Breakthrough Series – Over 40 minutes
A Small Light
Breakthrough Series – Under 40 minutes
Outstanding Performance in a New Series
Best Documentary Feature
Best International Feature
Anatomy of a Fall
Anatomy of a Fall
Justine Triet, Arthur Harari
Cultural Icon & Creator Tribute
Global Icon & Creator Tribute
Historical Icon and Creator Tribute
Killers of the Flower Moon
Icon & Creator Tribute for Innovation
Icon & Creator Tribute for Social Justice
Visionary Icon & Creator Tribute