Winter’s Bone Wins Big at the Gotham Awards


Winter's Bone, the grim drama about a 17-year-old girl forced to track down her meth-manufacturing father, took the Best Feature Film prize at last night's Gotham Awards. The event, which is held annually by the Independent Feature Project, has a history of building buzz for smaller films entering the forthcoming Hollywood awards season. Other winners last night included The Oath, a documentary about Osama bin Laden's former bodyguard who now drives a taxi cab in Yemen, and Waiting for "Superman", which won the festival's Genius Audience Award. Congrats to all! [Reuters]