'Like Crazy' wins big at Sundance
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Published: 2/1/2011 4:15 AM
Print this article It looks as though Jennifer Lawrence's career shows no signs of slowing down. After earning an Academy Award nomination for her work in "Winter's Bone," the young actress saw her latest film, "Like Crazy," win the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
The drama, which also stars "Cemetery Junction" actress Felicity Jones, tells the story of a British college student who falls in love with an American, who she's later separated from after overstaying her visa.
There were a number of additional awards given out as well. The Grand Jury Prize for documentary went to Peter D. Richardson's "How to Die in Oregon," an emotional look into the controversial topic of assisted suicide.
The World Cinema Audience Award for Dramatic Film was awarded to "Kinyarwanda" which, according to Entertainment Weekly, "tells the story of Rwandans who crossed the lines of hatred during the 1994 genocide, turning mosques into places of refuge for Muslims and Christians, Hutus and Tutsis."
The Sundance Film Festival wrapped up this past weekend.
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