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2010 Sundance Film Festival Winners

2010 Sundance Film Festival Award Winners:
Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic:
Winter’s Bone, directed by Debra Granik
Grand Jury Prize, Documentary:
Restrepo, directed by Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington
World Cinema Jury Prize, Dramatic:
Animal Kingdom, written and directed by David Michôd.
World Cinema Jury Prize, Documentary:
The Red Chapel (Det Røde Kapel), directed by Mads Brügger.
Dramatic Audience Award:
happythankyoumoreplease, written and directed by Josh Radnor
Documentary Audience Award:
Waiting For Superman, directed by Davis Guggenheim
World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award:
Contracorriente (Undertow), written and directed by Javier Fuentes-Leõn
World Cinema Documentary Audience Award:
Wasteland, directed by Lucy Walker
The Best of NEXT:
Homewrecker, directed by Todd Barnes and Brad Barnes.
Directing Award, Dramatic:
3 Backyards, directed and written by Eric Mendelsohn
Directing Award, Documentary:
Smash His Camera, directed by Leon Gas
World Cinema Directing Award, Dramatic:
Southern District directed and written by Juan Carlos Valdivia
World Cinema Directing Award, Documentary:
Space Tourists, directed by Christian Frei
Waldo Scott Screenwriting Award:
Winter’s Bone, written by Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini.
World Cinema Screenwriting Award:
Southern District, written and directed by Juan Carlos Valdivia
Documentary Editing Award:
Joan Rivers—A Piece Of Work, edited by Penelope Falk
World Cinema Documentary Editing Award:
A Film Unfinished, edited by Joëlle Alexis.
Excellence in Cinematography Award, Dramatic:
Obselidia Cinematographer: Zak Mulligan
Excellence in Cinematography Award, Documentary:
The Oath Cinematographers: Kirsten Johnson and Laura Poitras
World Cinema Cinematography Award, Dramatic:
The Man Next Door (El Hombre de al Lado) Directors and cinematographers Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat.
World Cinema Cinematography Award, Documentary:
His & Hers Cinematographers: Kate McCullough and Michael Lavelle.
Special Jury Prize: Documentary:
Gasland, directed by Josh Fox
A World Cinema Special Jury Prize: Documentary
Enemies of the People, directed by Rob Lemkin and Thet Sambath
Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking:
Drunk History: Douglass & Lincoln, directed by Jeremy Konner
Jury Prize in International Short Filmmaking:
The Six Dollar Fifty Man, directed by Mark Albiston and Louis Sutherland (New Zealand)
Honorable Mentions in Short Filmmaking:
Born Sweet, directed by Cynthia Wade (USA, Cambodia)
Can We Talk?, directed by Jim Owen (United Kingdom)
Dock Ellis & The LSD No-No, directed by James Blagden (USA)
How I Met Your Father, directed by Álex Montoya (Spain)
Quadrangle, directed by Amy Grappell (USA)
Rob and Valentyna in Scotland, directed by Eric Lynne (USA, United Kingdom)
Young Love, directed by Ariel Kleiman (Australia)
Alfred P. Sloan PrizeL
Obselidia, directed by Diane Bell
Sundance/NHK International Filmmakers Awards:
Amat Escalante, Heli (Mexico)
Andrey Zvyagintsev, Elena (Russia)
Daisuke Yamaoka, The Wonderful Lives at Asahigaoka (Japan)
Benh Zeitlin, Beasts of the Southern Wild (USA)

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  • February 1, 2010 | Permalink |

    Fashion Designer John Robert Holbrook ( J.R. Holbrook ) selects the 5 best and worst dressed celebrities that attended the 26th annual Sundance Film Festival January 21-31, 2010. http://www.johnrobertholbrook.com

    5 BEST

    1 RYAN REYNOLDS – This man has golden era movie star style and looks! Why is he married again? He could be the new Warren Beatty!

    2 KATIE HOLMES – Elegant, slender, talented and TALL! I wondered if she smacks Tom around? Her film “The Romantics” was a lot of fun! Katie’s game is ON!

    3 JOAN RIVERS – She is the original funny girl and style guru! She is a hard act to follow. She is the reason I started The Sundance Fashion Review in 2002!

    4 MARISA TOMEI – A graceful, ageless beauty that has great taste. Her clothing brought out her beautiful skin, hair and smile!

    5 JESSICA ALBA – The Sundance home run hottie! Amazing coat over a warm, elegant casual outfit! Loved it! Her film, “The Killer Inside Me”, traumatized me for days!

    5 WORST

    1 ADRIAN GRENIER – The line from “Devil Wears Prada” came to mind when I saw him, “I asked for clean, athletic and smiley and they sent me DIRTY, TIRED and PAUNCHY! He acts to big for his britches and there are many examples of his bad manners throughout the festival!

    2 BILL GATES – He is the worst dressed billionaire! He was dancing at a house party trying to be hip and cool and it was totally not natural for him. The girls at the party were laughing at him and it took him right back to high school! Sorry Billy.
    ** On an amazing note, Bill Gates donated 10 billion dollars today to immunize the world children! Awesome!

    3 KRISTEN STEWART – She looked great in the movie “The Runaways” but her personal clothing choices were off. She was always hiding her face from the crowd like a vampire. I guess that is what happens when you have a shy actress portray a fearless musician!

    4 TILDA SWINTON – I would have liked to have seen her in more feminine clothing to offset her extremely masculine features.

    5 MARK RUFFALO – Guy-rilla! Did you make your own clothes on your family compound!? He looks like one of the cast members of “BIG LOVE”! Pull it together!!!

    Fergie & Josh Duhamel – All I can say is GLAMOROUS! They are the new Brangelina!

    Tommy Lee Jones & Chris Cooper – A lot of talent that looks TIRED! I did love their film “The Company Men”!

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