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Pulse Films doc lands two Sundance awards

Pulse Films doc lands two Sundance awards
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Pippa Considine
27 January 2014

Pulse Films documentary 20,000 Days on Earth has landed two Sundance awards.

The Awards were announced at a ceremony on Saturday evening. 20,000 Days on Earth, about 24 fictitious hours in the life of musician Nick Cave, won the Directing and Editing awards for World Cinema. Backed by Film 4 and the BFI, the film was directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard.

A Sundance Special Jury Award went to Belle & Sebastian front man Stuart Murdoch’s directorial feature film debut, the Glasgow-set musical God Help The Girl, funded by Kickstarter.

Sundance Awards:

Grand Jury Dramatic: Whiplash
Grand Jury Documentary: Rich Hill
Audience Award World Cinema Dramatic: Difret
Audience Award World Cinema Documentary: The Green Prince
Audience Award Best of NEXT: Imperial Dreams
World Cinema Grand Jury Prize Dramatic: To Kill a Man
Directing Award World Cinema Dramatic: 52 Tuesdays
Screenwriting Award World Cinema Dramatic: Blind
Cinematography Award World Cinema Dramatic: Lilting
World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Ensemble Performance: God Help the Girl
World Cinema Grand Jury Prize Documentary: Return to Homs
Directing Award World Cinema Documentary: 20,000 Days on Earth
Editing Award World Cinema Documentary: 20,000 Days on Earth
Cinematography Award World Cinema Documentary: Happiness
World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematic Bravery: We Come as Friends
Shorts Audience Award: Chapel Perilous
Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize: I Origins

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