The 2017 Sundance Film Festival Winners

This year’s Sundance Film Festival has come to a close and at the fest’s annual awards show the winners have been announced.

“I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore” took the top honor of the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize, while “The Nile Hilton Incident” nabbed the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize in the dramatic categories.

In the Audience Awards for Drama, “Crown Heights” took the U.S. and “Sueno en Otro Idioma (I Dream In Another Language)” the World honors.

Eliza Hittman scored the U.S. Dramatic Directing Award for “Beach Rats,” while Francis Lee scored it for “God’s Own Country” in the World category.

The screenwriting award went to “Ingrid Goes West”. Chante Adams won for a Breakthrough Performance in “Roxanne Roxanne”, and Maggie Betts for Breakthrough Director for “Novitiate”.

Special Jury Prizes were also handed out for “The Yellow Birds” & “Axolotl Overkill” (cinematography) and “Free and Easy” (vision). “Marjorie Prime” took the previously announced Alfred P. Sloan Prize, while “Gook” won the NEXT Audience Award.

On the documentary front “Dina” and “Last Men in Aleppo” scored the U.S. and World Cinema prizes respectively.

“Chasing Coral” and “Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower” took the Audience Awards in the U.S. and World Documentary categories.

Peter Nick’s “The Force” and Pascal Lamche’s “Winnie” nabbed the U.S. and World Cinema Documentary Directing Awards.

“Icarus” nabbed the Orwell Award. Special Jury Awards for docos included “Machines” (cinematography), “Strong Island” and “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World” (storytelling), “Step” (inspiration), “Unrest” (editing), and “Motherland” (vision).