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Film Independent Spirit Awards Lean Into Future Oscar Winners, Including ‘Get Out’ and ‘Three Billboards’

Amid rough jokes about Harvey Weinstein and a crazy domestic climate, a mood was upbeat during a 33rd Independent Spirit Awards — hold in a blowing tent during a beach in Santa Monica a Saturday before a Oscars. As expected, a large leader was “Get Out,” that took home Best Feature and Best Director.

While new Spirit Award winners have left on to repeat during a Oscars — as many pundits consider “Get Out” will — a fact that “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “The Shape of Water” were not in a using for Best Feature gave a fear thriller an open lead.

“We are during a commencement of a rebirth right now,” pronounced writer-director Jordan Peele, who shot a $4.5 million Universal film in 23 days. “Long live a Independent Spirits, hooray!” combined writer Jason Blum. Peele also thanked presenter Spike Lee: “I would not be station here if it wasn’t for this man,” he said. “Our truths are a many critical arms we have opposite a lies in this world.”

Backstage, a “Get Out” group refused to assume about their prospects during a Oscars, preferring to suffer their wins. And usually if they come adult with something estimable of a supplement will that happen, combined Peele.

Timothée Chalamet and Lucy Walker during a Independent Spirit Awards

Lucy Walker

“I have a lot of faith in this attention and a nation and Greta Gerwig and Luca Guadagnino,” pronounced Best Actor leader Timothée Chalamet, inventory other luminaries in a room. “We’re going to be good, we have faith that a people being given a keys, like Dee Rees…We’re going to make a change…We’re going to keep creation eccentric movies!” Chalamet won but carrying to contest opposite incompetent “Darkest Hour” star Gary Oldman, who is approaching to take home a Oscar.  “Call Me By Your Name” also won Best Cinematography.

“It feels good to be in a place where autonomy is so important,” pronounced Agnes Varda, while her co-director of winning documentary “Faces Places,” JR, pronounced he was happy to be with a genuine Agnes, not a card cutout. They haven’t seen any other for a month. Backstage, Varda sent her aged crony Jean-Luc Godard a DVD. “So far, no word.” Before a ceremony, a Honorary Oscar leader certified that she did get to make many of a cinema she wanted to in her half-century of creation movies. “But it usually took longer.”

Agnes Varda

Best Female Lead went to “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” star Frances McDormand, usually as a Best Actress Oscar approaching will tomorrow as well. “I get to swear,” she said. “Do we know how tough it is to not swear? This awards gathering goes on for fucking forever! we am eccentric and we am spirited.”

Best Supporting Male went to Sam Rockwell, as is also approaching on Sunday, imprinting a purify brush of awards. “The independents are my family,” he said, thanking his writer-director Martin McDonagh for his book as good as his co-stars Woody Harrelson and Frances “badass” McDormand. (He also thanked his therapist.)

Best Screenplay went to Greta Gerwig for “Lady Bird,” who seemed honestly surprised. While she’s adult for 4 Oscars, this could be her usually win.

Accepting a pre-announced Robert Altman garb endowment for “Mudbound,” executive Dee Rees gave an incendiary, elegant debate that roused a room, thanking her cast, her organisation and Oscar-nominated cinematographer Rachel Morrison.

Emily V. Gordon

Best First Screenplay winner Emily V. Gordon (“The Big Sick,” with father Kumail Nanjiani) had to blow-dry a bottom of her soppy full-length dress, as a carpets were still soppy from a weekend’s storms. “My father never cheated on my mother, that’s something we done adult for movie,” she said.

“That we know of,” quipped Nanjiani.

Allison Janney’s sight was sopping wet, she said, as she supposed a Best Supporting Actress award. Her debate was created on a behind of her itinerary. “Cheers to ‘I, Tonya!’” she said. Best Editing went to Tatiana S. Riegel, who was a usually contender in that difficulty also nominated for an Oscar, for “I, Tonya,” her fifth underline with executive Craig Gillespie.

“The Rider” executive Chloe Zhao warranted a station acclaim as she supposed a first-ever Bonnie Award (with a $50,000 prize) for a lady executive in mid-career; she thanked presenter Ava DuVernay and Frances McDormand and all a clever women out there, her purpose models.

“There are no shithole nations,” pronounced presenter Salma Hayek, who is approaching to benefaction during a Oscars with #MeToo customary bearers Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino. Best International Film went to Chilean Oscar entrance “A Fantastic Woman,” starring transgender singer Daniela Vega. The film is also adored to win a Oscar on Sunday.

The John Cassavetes endowment for a film done for reduction than $500,000 went to “Life and Nothing More,” that kick out David Lowery’s “A Ghost Story.” Best First Feature went to renouned Sundance pretension “Ingrid Goes West,” that was created during a coffee emporium in Culver City. Casting Aubrey Plaza in a film was their best move, pronounced executive Matt Spicer.

Hosts Nick Kroll and John Mulaney rocked a residence with a rough monologue excoriating Harvey Weinstein. Mulaney on hopeful Frances McDormand: “I gamble a fun approach to dedicate self-murder would be to cut in front of her and say, ‘What, lady?’”

Director Phil Lord told IndieWire that a twin workshopped it during comedy clubs for weeks. It played.

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