Awards for 2012

Best Film


Moonrise Kingdom: Wes Anderson (director/producer), Scott Rudin (producer), Steven Rales (producer), Jeremy Dawson (producer)


Middle of Nowhere: Ava DuVernay (director/producer), Howard Barish (producer), Paul Garnes (producer)

Bernie: Richard Linklater (director/producer), Ginger Sledge (producer), Celine Rattray (producer), Martin Shafer (producer), Liz Glotzer (producer), Matt Williams (producer), David McFadzean (producer), Judd Payne (producer), Dete Meserve (producer)

The Loneliest Planet: Julia Loktev (director), Jay Van Hoy (producer), Lars Knudsen (producer), Helge Albers (producer), Marie Therese Guirgis (producer)

The Master: Paul Thomas Anderson (director/producer), JoAnne Sellar (producer), Daniel Lupi (producer), Megan Ellison (producer)

Best Documentary


How to Survive a Plague: David France (director/producer), Howard Gertler (producer)


Detropia: Heidi Ewing (director/producer), Rachel Grady (director/producer), Craig Atkinson (producer)

Room 237: Rodney Ascher (director), Tim Kirk (producer)

The Waiting Room: Peter Nicks (director/producer), Linda Davis (producer), William Hirsch (producer)

Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You



Kid-Thing: David Zellner (director), Nathan Zellner (producer)

Red Flag: Alex Karpovsky (director/producer), Michael Bowes (producer)

Sun Don't Shine: Amy Seimetz (director/producer), Kim Sherman (producer)

Tiger Tail in Blue: Frank V. Ross (director), Adam Donaghey (producer), Drew Durepos (producer)

Audience Award


Artifact: Jared Leto (director/producer), Emma Ludbrook (producer)


Burn: Tom Putnam (director/producer), Brenna Sanchez (director/producer)

Beasts of the Southern Wild: Benh Zeitlin (director), Michael Gottwald (producer), Dan Janvey (producer), Josh Penn (producer)

The Invisible War: Kirby Dick (director), Tanner King Barklow (producer), Amy Ziering (producer)

Spotlight on Women Filmmakers 'Live the Dream' Grant


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