Andrew Garfield and Kristen Stewart Win at The HCA Film Awards 2022

Kristen Stewart and Andrew Garfield were the top acting winners at the Hollywood Critics Association (HCA) Film Awards which took place at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Kristen Stewart and Andrew Garfield picked up trophies for their roles in “Spencer” and “Tick, Tick … Boom!”, respectively.

Taking the stage to receive her award for Best Actress, Stewart, who played Princess Diana in Pablo Larraín’s film, shared how grateful she was to win the trophy.

“I took more joy into my body doing this (acting) than anything…. It’s been a long run, I f–king appreciate this (achievement), seriously,” Stewart told the crowd.

Garfield, who plays artist Jonathan Larson, gave a great speech and said he was grateful to be part of a room full of such great artists. During his speech, he comes with a string of  “f–k” during an acceptance speech at an awards show.

WHO ELSE WON AT THE AWARDS?

Here is a full list of the winners from the 2022 awards.

Best Picture – CODA
Best Actor – Andrew Garfield (Tick, Tick … Boom!)
Best Actress – Kristen Stewart (Spencer)
Best Supporting Actor – Troy Kotsur (CODA)
Best Supporting Actress – Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)
Best Cast Ensemble – Belfast
Best Director *Tie* – Denis Villeneuve for Dune and Jane Campion (The Power of The Dog)
Best Original Screenplay – Fran Kranz (Mass)
Best Adapted Screenplay – Siân Heder (CODA)
Best Animated or VFX Performance – Stephanie Beatriz (Encanto)
Best Action Film – The Harder They Fall
Best Animated Film – The Mitchells vs. The Machines
Best Comedy or Musical – Tick, Tick … Boom!
Best Documentary – Summer of Soul
Best Horror – Last Night in Soho
Best Indie Film – Pig
Best International Film – Drive My Car
Best First Feature – Lin-Manuel Miranda (Tick, Tick … Boom!)
Best Short Film – Us Again
Best Score – Hans Zimmer (Dune)
Best Original Song – Be Alive (King Richard)
Best Cinematography – Greig Fraser (Dune)
Best Production Design – Tamara Deverell (Nightmare Alley)
Best Film Editing – Paul Machliss (Last Night in Soho)
Best Stunts – Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings
Best Costume Design – Jenny Beavan (Cruella)

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