Brother to Brother honored at Sundance
January 27 2004 1:00 AM ET
Rodney Evans's debut feature Brother to Brother was honored with a special jury prize at Saturday's Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony. The film deals with a contemporary gay African-American college student who is inspired by a legendary gay figure from the Harlem Renaissance. The Grand Jury prizes went to the low-budget sci-fi narrative Primer and the rock-and-roll documentary DIG!
Here is a complete list of winners from the 2004 Sundance Film Festival:
Dramatic Grand Jury Prize: Primer
Documentary Grand Jury Prize: DIG!
Dramatic Directing Award: Down to the Bone
Documentary Directing Award: Super Size Me
Dramatic Excellence in Cinematography Award: November
Documentary Excellence in Cinematography Award: Imelda
Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance: Vera Farmiga, Down to the Bone
Special Documentary Jury Prize: Farmingville
Special Dramatic Jury Prize: Brother to Brother
Special Jury Award in Short Filmmaking: (split) When the Storm Came; Gowanus, Brooklyn
Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking (International): Tomo
Online Film Festival Viewers Award (Animation): Bathtime at Clerkenwell
Online Film Festival Viewers Award (Short Subject): Wet Dreams, False Images
Online Film Festival Jury Prize (New Forms): The Dawn at My Back
Freedom of Expression Award: Repatriation
Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award: Larry Gross, We Don't Live Here Anymore
Alfred P. Sloan Prize: Primer
Dramatic Audience Award: Maria Full of Grace
Documentary Audience Award: Born Into Brothels
World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award: Seducing Doctor Lewis
World Cinema Documentary Audience Award: The Corporation
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