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SUNDANCE 2014 UK

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20,000 Days On Earth and The Green Prince amongst British winners at Sundance

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- To Kill A Man wins World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic while the Cinematography Award goes to Lilting

20,000 Days On Earth and The Green Prince amongst British winners at Sundance
20,000 Days On Earth by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard

20,000 Days On Earth [+see also:
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was the British frontrunner at the Sundance Film Festival’s 2014 awards. Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard won the Directing Award: World Cinema Documentary for the film and Jonathan Amos the Editing Award: World Cinema Documentary. Nadav Schirman’s The Green Prince [+see also:
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(Germany/Israel/UK) won the Audience Award: World Cinema Documentary. Ula Pontikos won the Cinematography Award: World Cinema Dramatic for Lilting [+see also:
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(UK). Stuart Murdoch’s God Help The Girl [+see also:
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(UK) won a World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award “for the Delightful Ensemble Performance, and How the Director Brought His Own Unique Universe into Cinema”.

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Other kudos for European cinema include Alejandro Fernández Almendras’s To Kill A Man [+see also:
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(Chile/France) winning the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic; Talal Derki’s Return To Homs [+see also:
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(Syria/Germany) winning the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary; Writer/Director Eskil Vogt’s Blind [+see also:
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(Norway/Netherlands) the Screenwriting Award: World Cinema Dramatic; Thomas Balmès and Nina Bernfeld winning the Cinematography Award: World Cinema Documentary for Balmès’ Happiness (France/Finland); and Hubert Sauper’s We Come As Friends [+see also:
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(France/Austria) winning a World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematic Bravery.

The 2014 Festival presented 121 feature-length films, representing 37 countries and 54 first-time filmmakers, including 35 in competition. 

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