3:00 pm PST 11/1/2021
Kelly Reichardt’s ‘First Cow’ leads the way with four nominations.
The Gotham Awards are typically a glitzy star-studded event in New York, but this year, like so many awards ceremonies in the past 10 months, the event puts a mix of live and virtual elements in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
But fans can still watch the action online, starting at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on Monday, January 11.
First cow leads the nominations for the 30th annual awards, celebrates best in independent film, with four nominations. The Vast of Night, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, I Think About Ending Things, Nomadland, The Forty-Year-Old Version, Saint Frances and Miss Juneteenth follow with two noms each.
For the first time, all nominees for the best feature film are directed by women. Nominees include Kitty Green’s The assistantFrom Kelly Reichardt First cow, From Eliza Hittman Never Rarely Sometimes Always, Chloe Zhao Nomadland and Natalie Erika James’ Relic
With eight nods, Netflix got the most nominations of any studio on the list, thanks to movies like Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, The Forty-Year-Old Version and Sweethearts, along with television series Immigration Nation and Unorthodox
On television, HBOs Betty and I can destroy you go against Hulus Taste the nation, FX’s Dave and Showtime’s Ongoing work in the short form breakthrough series category.
In addition to competitive awards, the show will present five tributes throughout the evening to Chadwick Boseman (tribute to actor, posthumous), Viola Davis (tribute to actress), Steve McQueen (tribute to director), Ryan Murphy (tribute to the industry) and the cast of The Chicago Trial 7 (the inaugural ensemble tribute).
Watch a live stream of the 30th annual Gotham Awards here