‘Get Out’ wins big at the Independent Spirit Awards

'Get Out' wins big at the Independent Spirit Awards

The race-themed horror movie Get Out was the large winner on the Unbiased Spirit Awards in Santa Monica on Saturday.

The low-budget blockbuster earned the highest honor of Greatest Function and Jordan Peele received the Greatest Director prize for helming it.

Frances McDormand picked up the trophy for Greatest Actress for her work in Three Billboards Outdoors Ebbing, Missouri and her co-star Sam Rockwell went residence with the award for Greatest Supporting Actor.

Name Me by Your Identify scored the accolades for Greatest Actor for Timothée Chalamet and Greatest Cinematography for Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.

The Greatest Supporting Actress statuette was introduced to Allison Janney for I, Tonya, which additionally received the Greatest Enhancing prize for Tatiana S. Riegel.

Greta Gerwig took residence the Greatest Screenplay award for penning Woman Chook and the husband-wife group of Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani scooped up the Greatest First Screenplay prize for writing The Huge Sick.

Sunflower Bean served as the home band for the ceremony, which was hosted by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney.

Name Me by Your Identify went into the occasion with a number one six Spirit Award nominations. Good Time and Get Out earned 5 nods apiece, whereas Woman Chook and The Rider are every up for 4 prizes.