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GOTHAM INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS 2010

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2010 NOMINEES

BEST FEATURE:

Winter’s Bone

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BEST DOCUMENTARY:

The Oath

Inside Job

Sweetgrass

12th & Delaware

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BREAKTHROUGH DIRECTOR:

Kevin Asch - Holy Rollers

John Wells - The Company Men

Glenn Ficarra & John Requa -

I Love You Phillip Morris

Tanya Hamilton - Night Catches Us

Lena Dunham - Tiny Furniture


BREAKTHROUGH ACTOR:

Ronald Bronstein - Daddy Longlegs

Greta Gerwig - Greenberg

John Oritz - Jack Goes Boating

Prince Adu - Prince of Broadway

Jennifer Lawrence - Winter’s Bone


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FESTIVAL GENIUS AWARD:

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I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS

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Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim takes us inside the broken education system.

The story of two men, a fateful encounter, Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden, 9/11, Guantanamo, and the US Supreme Court.

A tenacious Ozark Mountain girl hunts down her Meth-dealing father in Debra Granik’s adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s novel.

Ronald Bronstein’s paints a brilliant portrait of a man’s struggle of being truly torn between being a child and being an adult.

Filmmaker Mike Ott tells the story of two Japanese youths stuck in a dead-end California town.

A kid from an Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn is lured into becoming an Ecstasy dealer by his pal who has ties to an Israeli drug cartel.