Factbox: Winners at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival
PARK CITY, Utah
PARK CITY, Utah (Reuters) - Following is a list of winners at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, the top gathering for independent movies made outside of Hollywood's major studios.
Winners are grouped in categories for drama films and documentaries and in sections for U.S. films and world cinema.
U.S., DRAMA FILMS
Best film, Jury Prize - "Like Crazy"
Best film, Audience Award - "Circumstance"
Directing - Sean Durkin, "Martha Marcy May Marlene
Screenwriting - Sam Levinson, "Another Happy Day"
Cinematography - Bradford Young, "Pariah"
Special jury prize, film - "Another Year"
Special jury prize, acting - Felicity Jones, "Like Crazy"
U.S., DOCUMENTARY FILMS
Best documentary, Jury Prize - "How to Die in Oregon"
Best documentary, Audience Award - "Buck"
Directing - John Foy, "Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles"
Editing - Matthew Hamachek, Marshall Curry, "If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front"
Cinematography - Eric Strauss, Ryan Hill, Peter Hutchens "The Redemption of General Butt Naked"
Special Jury Prize - "Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey"
WORLD CINEMA, DRAMA
Best film, Jury Prize - "Happy, Happy"
Best film, Audience Award - "Kinyarwanda"
Directing - Paddy Considine, "Tyrannosaur"
Screenwriting - Erez Kav-El, "Restoration"
Cinematography - Diego F. Jimenez, "All Your Dead Ones"
Special Jury Prize, acting - Olivia Colman, Peter Mullan, "Tyrannosaur"
WORLD CINEMA, DOCUMENTARY
Best film, Jury Prize - "Hell and Back Again"
Best film, Audience Award - "Senna"
Directing - James Marsh, "Project Nim"
Editing - Goran Hugo Olsson, Hanna Lejonqvist, "The Black Power MixTape 1967-1975"
Cinematography - Danfung Dennis, "Hell and Back Again"
Special Jury Prize, film - "Position Among the Stars"
U.S. short film, "Brick Novax pt. 1 and 2"
World short film, "Deeper Than Yesterday"
Alfred P. Sloan Award for science film - "Another Earth"
Best of NEXT! for low-budget film - "to.get.her"
(Editing by John O'Callaghan)
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