Gotham Awards Give Boosts to ‘The Lost Daughter’ and ‘Coda’ – What Does It Mean for the Academy?

Gotham Awards Give Boosts to ‘The Lost Daughter’ and ‘Coda’ – What Does It Mean for the Academy?
The Gotham Awards are usually the first stop on the awards season trail. This year, the Nov. 29 dinner was also the first in-person awards ceremony in New York City since the pandemic changed everything nearly two years ago. So what did we learn from the show?

The two big winners of the night were streaming movies: “The Lost Daughter” from Netflix and “Coda” from Apple Original Films. For the first time in the show’s 31-year history, the two prominent acting awards were not separated by gender, which is better in theory than in practice.

The Lost Daughter,” a Netflix drama from debut writer and director Maggie Gyllenhaal, walked away with four awards out of five nominations: best feature, breakthrough director, screenplay and outstanding leading performance for Olivia Colman, who tied with Frankie Faison from Kino Lorber’s “The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain.” Gyllenhaal’s film, which is an adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel,
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