Major Sundance Fest Winners

“The Brothers McMullen” and “Crumb” were named best dramatic and best documentary feature, respectively, at the Sundance Film Festival.

“Living in Oblivion” won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award.

Maryse Alberti took the non-fiction camera prize for “Crumb.”

The Freedom of Expression Award went to “When Billy Broke His Head… and Other Tales of Wonder.”

Annual Audience Award went to “Picture Bride.” “Ballot Measure 9” and “Unzipped” took the doc side of the prize.

The Filmmakers Trophy in drama went to Rebecca Miller for “Angela.” Doc winner, “Black Is… Black Ain’t,” was awarded to Marlon T. Riggs.

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