‘Everything Everywhere’ duo bag top Hollywood directing prize

“EVERYTHING Everywhere All At Once” won top honours from Hollywood’s directors yesterday, as the quirky indie sci-fi movie from two relatively unknown young filmmakers upstaged more famous rivals ahead of next month’s Oscars.

Directing double-act Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, both 35, fended off competition from the likes of Steven Spielberg to win the prize for best feature film at the Directors Guild of America’s annual gala (DGAs) in Beverly Hills.