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Sundance Awards Winners

Sundance Film Festival 2013 winners here

US Dramatic Grand Prize: Fruitvale

US Doc Grand Prize: Blood Brother

US Dramatic Dir.: Jill Soloway for Afternoon Delight

US Doc Dir.: Cutie and the Boxer

US Screenwriting Award: Lake Bell for Inner World

US Doc Editing: Gideon's Army

US Dramatic Cinematography: Bradford Young for Ain't Their Bodies Saints and Mother of George

US Doc Cinematography: Dirty Wars

US Dramatic Sound Design: Upstream Color

US Dramatic Acting: Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley The Spectacular Now

Special Jury Prize US Doc: Inequality for All and American Promise

Audience Award US Dramatic: Fruitvale by Ryan Coogler

Audience Award US Doc: Blood Brother by Steve Hoover

Audience Award World Cinema Dramatic: Metro Manila

Audience Award World Cinema Documentary: The Square

Audience Award Best of Next: This Is Martin Bonner

World Cinema Dramatic: Jiseul

World Cinema Dramatic Dir.: Sebastian Silva for Crystal Fairy

World Cinema Dramatic Screenwriting: Wajma: An Afghan Love Story

World Cinema Dramatic Cinematography: Michael Englert Lasting

World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Prize: Circles

World Cinema Documentary: A River Changes Course

World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Prize: Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer

World Cinema Doc Cinematography: Who Is Dayani Cristal?

World Cinema Doc Editing: The Summit

World Cinema Doc Dir.: The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear

Alfred P. Sloan Award: Computer Chess

Short Film Animation: Irish Folk Furniture

Short Film NonFiction: Skinny Grove

Short Film International Fiction: The Date

Short Film US Fiction: Whiplash

Short Film Grand Jury Prize: The Whistle

Short Film Audience Award: Catnip: Egress to Oblivion?

The Sundance Film Festival winners will be announced in about one hour. (Watch online the Sundance 2013 Awards.) We'll be posting the list of winners here, in real time. (That is, if we're able to type fast enough.)

Among this year's Sundance movie hits – in varying degrees – are The Way, Way Back, featuring Sam Rockwell, Toni Collette and Steve Carell; The East, with Brit Marling, Ellen Page, Patricia Clarkson, and Alexander Skarsgård; The Spectacular Now, with Miles Teller; and Lovelace, with Amanda Seyfried as '70s porn star Linda Lovelace, Peter Sarsgaard as her abusive husband, and an all-star cast that includes James Franco and Sharon Stone.

Earlier today, it was announced that Kentaro Hagiwara, who's to direct Spectacled Tiger, was the winner of the 2013 Sundance/NHK International Filmmaker Award. Created in 1996, the award “recognizes and supports a visionary filmmaker on his or her next film.”

A graduate of Los Angeles' Art Center College of Design, Hagiwara wrote and directed the short film Super Star. Spectacled Tiger will be his first feature film. Co-written by Kyohta Fujimoto, Spectacled Tiger is described as “a romantic, coming-of-age film about a high-school trivia quiz wunderkind, who starts questioning his 'black or white' worldview after becoming enamored of a new girl in school.

Among the Sundance hits of years past that went on to become mainstream – or borderline mainstream – hits are Benh Zeitlin's Beasts of the Southern Wild, which is up for Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actress, and Best Director; James Marsh's Oscar-winning documentary Man on Wire; and Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris' Little Miss Sunshine, a sleeper box office hit that won the Producers Guild Award and earned multiple Oscar nominations.

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