Sundance Film Festival Winners List (LIVE)

There were premieres, multimillion-dollar deals, a former Vice President, a Presidential inauguration, a Women’s Mar on Main that surpass all expectations, and of march a cyberattack. Now a 2017 Sundance Film Festival is roughly during an finish with tonight’s shutting awards rite from Park City. Hosted by Jessica Williams, a uncover will palm out wins to films in a U.S. and World foe categories and a NEXT slate. While not among a 66 films in competition, a former Daily Show match and orator during a Women’s Mar had a film in Park City with The Incredible Jessica James, which has one some-more screening tomorrow afternoon.

Though they could see a win in a Audience Award, conjunction big-selling The Big Sick from Emily V. Gordon and Silicon Valley’s Kumail Nanjiani or a Dee Rees-directed Mudbound are adult for difficulty awards. Both films screened out of foe in a Premieres territory — to large reactions, we competence add.

Stay tuned for a winners and rite coverage here.


Grand Jury Prize
Last Men In Aleppo
Denmark/Syria (Dir: Feras Fayyad)

Directing Award
France/Netherlands/South Africa (Dir: Pascale Lamche)

Special Jury Award for Masterful Storytelling
Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World
Canada (Co-directors: Catherine Bainbridge and Alfonso Maiorana)

Special Jury Award for Commanding Vision
U.S.A./Philippines (Ramona S. Diaz)

Special Jury Award for Cinematography
India/Germany/Finland (DP: Rodrigo Trejo Villanueva)

NEXT Audience Award


U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Justin Chon)


Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize
Marjorie Prime
U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Michael Almereyda)

The Short Film Grand Jury Prize
And so we put goldfish in a pool.
Japan (Director and screenwriter: Makoto Nagahisa)

The Short Film Jury Award: U.S. Fiction
Lucia, Before and After
U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Anu Valia)

The Short Film Jury Award: International Fiction
And The Whole Sky Fit In The Dead Cow’s Eye
Chile, U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Francisca Alegría)

The Short Film Jury Award: Non-fiction
U.S.A. (Director: Garrett Bradley)

The Short Film Jury Award: Animation
Broken – The Women’s Prison during Hoheneck
Germany (Directors: Volker Schlecht, Alexander Lahl, Screenwriters: Alexander Lahl, Max Mönch)

A Special Jury Award for Cinematography
Dadyaa — The Woodpeckers of Rotha
Nepal, France (Directors and screenwriters: Pooja Gurung, Bibhusan Basnet, Cinematographer: Chintan Rajbhandari)

A Short Film Special Jury Award for Editing
U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Charlotte Wells, editor Blair McClendon)

Sundance Institute Global Filmmaking Awards
Massoud Bakhshi, Yalda (Iran)