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Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic

2020 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2020 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2020 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerYaldaMassoud BakhshiMaryam is a young woman who is accused of murdering her husband and is sentenced to death. In the Yalda night they bring her to a live TV show so that Mona who is the only child of the ...Amazon2020 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesCharterAmanda KernellAmazonCutiesMaïmouna DoucouréAmazonExilVisar MorinaAmazonHigh TideVerónica ChenAmazonIdentifying FeaturesFernanda ValadezAmazonJumboZoé WittockAmazonLuxorZeina DurraAmazonPossessorBrandon CronenbergAmazonSummer WhiteRodrigo Ruiz PattersonAmazonSurgeAneil KariaAmazonThis Is Not a Burial, It's a ResurrectionLemohang Jeremiah MoseseAmazon
2019 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2019 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2019 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerThe SouvenirJoanna HoggA young film student in the early '80s becomes romantically involved with a complicated and untrustworthy man.Amazon2019 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesDirty GodSacha PolakAmazonDivine LoveGabriel MascaroAmazonDolce fine giornataJacek BorcuchAmazonJudy & PunchMirrah FoulkesAmazonKoko-di Koko-daJohannes NyholmAmazonMonosAlejandro LandesAmazonQueen of HeartsMay el-ToukhyAmazonThe Last TreeShola AmooAmazonThe SharksLucía GaribaldiAmazonThis is Not BerlinHari SamaAmazonWe Are Little ZombiesMakoto NagahisaAmazon
2018 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2018 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2018 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerButterfliesTolga KaraçelikIn a Turkish village, three siblings who neither know each other nor anything about their late father, wait to bury his body. As they start to find out more about their father and each other, they also start to learn more about themselves.Amazon2018 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesAnd Breathe NormallyIsold UggadottirAmazonDead PigsCathy YanAmazonHolidayIsabella EklöfAmazonLovelingGustavo PizziAmazonPityBabis MakridisAmazonRustAly MuritibaAmazonThe GuiltyGustav MöllerAmazonThe Queen of FearValeria BertuccelliAmazonTime ShareSebastián HofmannAmazonUn traductorRodrigo BarriusoAmazonYardieIdris ElbaAmazon
2017 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2017 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2017 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerThe Nile Hilton IncidentTarik SalehA maid witnesses a murder at an upscale hotel and a policeman is assigned to the case, but it soon becomes clear that important people don't want the case solved.Amazon2017 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesAxolotl OverkillHelene HegemannAmazonBerlin SyndromeCate ShortlandAmazonCarpinterosJosé María CabralAmazonDon't Swallow My Heart, Alligator Girl!Felipe BragançaAmazonFamily LifeAlicia SchersonAmazonFree and EasyJun GengAmazonGod's Own CountryFrancis LeeAmazonI Dream in Another LanguageErnesto ContrerasAmazonMy Happy FamilyNana EkvtimishviliAmazonPop AyeKirsten TanAmazonThe WoundJohn TrengoveAmazon
2016 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2016 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2016 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerSand StormElite ZexerWhen their entire lives shatter, two Bedouin women struggle to change the unchangeable rules, each in her own individual way.Amazon2016 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesA Good WifeMirjana KaranovicAmazonBelgicaFelix van GroeningenAmazonBetween Sea and LandCarlos del CastilloAmazonBrahman NamanQaushiq MukherjeeAmazonHalal LoveAssad FouladkarAmazonMammalRebecca DalyAmazonMuch Ado About NothingAlejandro Fernández AlmendrasAmazonMy Friend from the ParkAna KatzAmazonPleasure. Love.Yao HuangAmazonThe LureAgnieszka SmoczynskaAmazonWildNicolette KrebitzAmazon
2015 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2015 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2015 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerSlow WestJohn MacleanA young Scottish man travels across America in pursuit of the woman he loves, attracting the attention of an outlaw who is willing to serve as a guide.Amazon2015 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesChorusFrançois DelisleAmazonCloroLamberto SanfeliceAmazonGlasslandGerard BarrettAmazonHomesickAnne SewitskyAmazonIvyTolga KaraçelikAmazonPartisanAriel KleimanAmazonPrincessTali Shalom-EzerAmazonStrangerlandKim FarrantAmazonThe Second MotherAnna MuylaertAmazonThe Summer of SangaileAlante KavaiteAmazonUmrikaPrashant NairAmazon
2014 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2014 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2014 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerTo Kill a ManAlejandro Fernández AlmendrasA working class man who, tired of being the victim of criminals, decides to take justice in his own hands.Amazon2014 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic Nominees52 TuesdaysSophie HydeAmazonBlindEskil VogtAmazonDifretZeresenay MehariAmazonGod Help the GirlStuart MurdochAmazonLiar's DiceGeethu MohandasAmazonLiltingHong KhaouAmazonLock CharmerNatalia SmirnoffAmazonThe DisobedientMina DjukicAmazonViktoriaMaya VitkovaAmazonWetlandsDavid WnendtAmazonWhite ShadowNoaz DesheAmazon
2013 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2013 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2013 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerJiseulMeul OIn 1950's, a populace of a South Korean island rebels against police brutality. The protesters are labeled as communists and the army is dispatched. One small village will be hit especially hard that day. Based on historical events.Amazon2013 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesCirclesSrdan GolubovicAmazonCrystal Fairy & the Magical CactusSebastián SilvaAmazonHoustonBastian GüntherAmazonIl futuroAlicia SchersonAmazonLastingJacek BorcuchAmazonMetro ManilaSean EllisAmazonShoppingMark AlbistonAmazonSoldier JaneDaniel HoeslAmazonUn giorno devi andareGiorgio DirittiAmazonWajma, an Afghan Love StoryBarmak AkramAmazonWhat They Don't Talk About When They Talk About Lov...
2012 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2012 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2012 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerVioleta Went to HeavenAndrés WoodA portrait of famed Chilean singer and folklorist Violeta Parra filled with her musical work, her memories, her loves and her hopes.Amazon2012 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic Nominees10 timer til ParadisMads MatthiesenAmazonAbout the Pink SkyKeiichi KobayashiAmazonCanRasit ÇelikezerAmazonFather's ChairLuciano MouraAmazonFour SunsBohdan SlámaAmazonLBabis MakridisAmazonMadrid, 1987David TruebaAmazonMy Brother the DevilSally El HosainiAmazonThe Last ElvisArmando BoAmazonValley of SaintsMusa SyeedAmazonWish You Were HereKieran Darcy-SmithAmazonWrongQuentin DupieuxAmazonYoung and WildMarialy RivasAmazon
2011 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

2011 Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – World Cinema – Dramatic Winner and Nominees

2011 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic WinnerHappy, HappyAnne SewitskyFamily is the most important thing in the world to Kaja. She is an eternal optimist in spite of living with a man who would rather go hunting with the boys, and who refuses to have sex with...Amazon2011 Sundance Film Festival - Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema - Dramatic NomineesA Few Days of RespiteAmor HakkarAmazonAbraxasNaoki KatôAmazonAll Your Dead OnesCarlos MorenoAmazonBoleto al paraísoGerardo ChijonaAmazonKinyarwandaAlrick BrownAmazonLost KissesRoberta TorreAmazonMad BastardsBrendan FletcherAmazonRestorationYossi MadmoniAmazonThe Cinema Hold UpIria Gómez ConcheiroAmazonThe GuardJohn Michael McDonaghAmazonThe SalesmanSébastien PiloteAmazonTyrannosaurPaddy ConsidineAmazonVampireShunj...