"She Said" Named Best Film of 2022 By Nevada Film Critics Society

The Nevada Film Critics Society has announced its 2022 award winners. Taking top honors for Best Film is the gripping She Said, based on the book by New York Times investigative reporters, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey that follows their unrelenting efforts to uncover and expose the history of sexual abuse against women by powerful Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein that launched the #MeToo movement. The film also nabbed the award for best adapted screenplay.

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In other major categories,  Brendan Fraser won Best Actor for The Whale and Michelle Yeoh won Best Actress for Everything,  Everywhere,  All at Once, which won an additional 4 awards (a total of 5) including Best Supporting Actor,  Best Supporting Actress, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. 

Below is the complete list of NFCS's award winners in each category.

Best Film - She Said

Best Actor - Brendan Fraser (The Whale)

Best Actress - Michelle Yeoh (Everything, Everywhere, All At Once)

Best Supporting Actor - Ke Huy Quan  (Everything, Everywhere, All At Once)

Best Supporting Actress - Jamie Lee Curtis (Everything, Everywhere, All At Once)

Best Director - Daniel Kwan and Daniel Sheinert (Everything, Everywhere, All At Once)

Best Original Screenplay - Everything,  Everywhere, All at Once (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Sheinert)

Best Adapted Screenplay -  She Said (Rebecca Lenkiewicz)

Best Documentary - Good Night Oppy 

Best Animated Movie - Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Best Production Design - The Fabelmans (Rick Carter)

Best Cinematography - Top Gun: Maverick (Claudio Miranda)

Best Visual Effects - Black Panther:  Wakanda Forever

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