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…Another festival breakout, Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s SXSW premiere “Everything Everywhere All At Once” (March 22, A24) [with cinematography from Larkin Seiple and Kanamé Onoyama] is a crowd-pleasing box-office smash, the first A24 release to pass $100-million worldwide.

The 2022 Sundance breakout most likely to succeed at the Oscars is South African filmmaker Oliver Hermanus’ tearjerker “Living” (Sony Pictures Classics) [lensed by Jamie D. Ramsay, SASC], elegantly adapted by novelist-screenwriter Kazuo Ishiguro from Akira Kurosawa’s 1952 classic “Ikiru.” The film stars master thespian Bill Nighy as a proper Englishman who wakes up and sees the people around him in a new way when he learns he has months to live.

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