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'Fruitvale,' 'Blood Brothers' Lead 2013 Sundance Film Festival Awards

Ryan Coogler of "Fruitvale" up on stage at the Sundance Awards.
The 2013 Sundance Film Festival announced its juried and audience awards at a ceremony in Park City, Utah, Saturday night. Ryan Coolger's "Fruitvale" and Steve Hoover's "Blood Brother" dominated the proceedings, taking both the jury and audience awards in the U.S. competitions.

Other major winners included Muel O's "Jiseul" and Kalyanee Mam's "A River Changes Course," which won the jury prizes in the world comeptitions, while Chad Hartigan's "This is Martin Bonner" won the Best of Next Award.

Complete list of winners below:

Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic:
"Fruitvale," directed by Ryan Coogler

Grand Jury Prize, Documentary:
"Blood Brother," directed by Steve Hoover

World Cinema Jury Prize, Dramatic:
"Jiseul," directed by Muel O

World Cinema Jury Prize, Documentary:
"A River Changes Course," directed Kalyanee Mam

Dramatic Audience Award:
"Fruitvale," directed by Ryan Coogler

Documentary Audience Award:
"Blood Brother," directed by Steve Hoover

Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosting the Sundance awards ceremony. Nigel M. Smith

World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award:
"Metro Manila," directed by Sean Ellis

World Cinema Documentary Audience Award:
"The Square," directed by Jehane Noujaim

The Best of NEXT Audience Award:
"This Is Martin Bonner," directed by Chad Hartigan

Directing Award, Dramatic:
Jill Solloway, "Afternoon Delight"

Directing Award, Documentary:
Zachary Heinzerling, "Cutie and the Boxer"

World Cinema Directing Award, Dramatic:
Sebastián Silva, "Crystal Fairy"

World Cinema Directing Award, Documentary:
Tinatin Gurchiani, "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear"

Waldo Scott Screenwriting Award:
Lake Bell, "In a World"

World Cinema Screenwriting Award:
Barmak Akram, "Wajma (An Afghan Love Story)"

Documentary Editing Award:
Matthew Hamachek, "Gideon's Army"

World Cinema Documentary Editing Award:
Ben Stark, "The Summit"

Excellence in Cinematography Award, Dramatic:
Bradford Young, "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" and "Mother of George"

Excellence in Cinematography Award, Documentary:
Richard Rowley, "Dirty Wars"

World Cinema Cinematography Award, Dramatic:
Michal Englert, "Lasting"

World Cinema Cinematography Award, Documentary:
Marc Silver & Pau Esteve Birba, "Who Is Dayani Cristal?"

Special Jury Prize: Dramatic (Acting):
Miles Teller & Shailene Woodley, "The Spectacular Now"

Special Jury Prize: Dramatic (For Sound Design)
Shane Carruth & Johnny Marshal, "Upstream Color"

Special Jury Prizes: Documentary:
"Inequality For All," directed by Jacob Kornbluth
"American Promise" directed by Joe Brewster & Michèle Stephenson

World Cinema Special Jury Prize: Documentary
"Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," directed by Mike Lerner & Maxim Pozdorovkin

World Cinema Special Jury Prize: Dramatic
"Circles," directed by Srdan Golubovic

Alfred P. Sloan Prize
"Computer Chess," directed by Andrew Bujalski

The Short Film Audience Award
"Catnip: Egress to Oblivion," directed by Jason Willis

The Short Film Grand Jury Prize:
"The Whistle," directed by Grzegorz Zariczny

The Short Film Jury Award: U.S. Fiction:
"Whiplash," directed by Damien Chazelle

The Short Film Jury Award: International Fiction:
"The Date," directed by Jenni Toivoniemi

The Short Film Jury Award: Non-fiction:
"Skinningrove," directed by Michael Almereyda

The Short Film Jury Award: Animation:
"Irish Folk Furniture," directed by Tony Donoghue

A Short Film Special Jury Award for Acting:
Joel Naglein in "Palimpsest"

A Short Film Special Jury Award:
"Until the Quiet Comes," directed by Kahlil Joseph

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5 Comments

  • ROBERT | January 23, 2014 11:24 PMReply

    I want to see that documentary. Where can I see it

  • zyzzyva | January 28, 2013 3:24 PMReply

    It's simple, they want to sell movies so they spread categories as many as possible.

  • MovieTunes | January 28, 2013 3:09 PMReply

    Now, all you have to do is get America to actually watch these movies, which never happens and never will, so everyone goes back to square one wherever that may be.

  • jingmei | January 26, 2013 11:28 PMReply

    I feel the category is bit complicated. Aside of this list, general audiences are more interested in the upcoming movies with awesome actors are more about financial releasing supports maybe.

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