2019 Sundance Film Festival:
- 1-19: Premieres
- 20-25: Spotlight
- 26-41: U.S. Dramatic Competition
- 42-53: World Cinema Dramatic Competition
- 54-62: Next
- 63-71: Midnight
- 72-76: New Frontier
- 77-79: Sundance Kids
- 80-95: U.S. Documentary Competition
- 96-107: World Cinema Documentary Competition
- 108-120: Documentary Premieres
- 121-127: Short Films.
- Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize: 01 - The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind.
- U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize: 26 - Clemency.
- U.S. Dramatic Audience Award: 27 - Brittany Runs a Marathon.
- U.S. Dramatic Directing Award: 28 - The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Joe Talbot).
- U.S. Dramatic Screenwriting Award: 29 - Share (Pippa Bianco).
- U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Performance : 29 - Share (Rhianne Barreto).
- U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Vision and Craft: 30 - Honey Boy (Alma Har’el).
- U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Creative Collaboration: 28 - The Last Black Man in San Francisco.
- World Cinema Dramatic Grand Jury Prize: 42 - The Souvenir.
- World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award: 43 - Queen of Hearts.
- World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award: 44 - The Sharks (Lucía Garibaldi).
- World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award: 45 - Monos (Alejandro Landes).
- World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Acting: 46 - Dolce Fine Giornata (Krystyna Janda).
- World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Originality: 47 - We Are Little Zombies (Makoto Nagahisa).
- Next Audience Award: 54 - The Infiltrators.
- Next Innovator Award: 54 - The Infiltrators.
- U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize: 80 - One Child Nation.
- U.S. Documentary Audience Award: 81 - Knock Down the House.
- U.S. Documentary Directing Award: 82 - American Factory (Steven Bognar and Julia Riechert).
- U.S. Documentary Jury Award for Cinematography: 83 - Midnight Family (Luke Lorentzen).
- U.S. Documentary Jury Award for Emerging Filmmaker: 84 - Jawline (Liza Mandelup).
- U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Moral Urgency: 85 - Always in Season (Jacqueline Olive).
- World Cinema Documentary Grand Jury Prize: 96 - Honeyland.
- World Cinema Documentary Audience Award: 97 - Sea of Shadows.
- World Cinema Documentary Directing Award: 98 - Cold Case Hammarskjöld (Mads Brügger).
- World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematography : 96 - Honeyland (Fejmi Daut and Samir Ljuma).
- World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Impact for Change: 96 - Honeyland (Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov).
- Short Film Grand Jury Prize: 121 - Aziza.
- Short Film Special Jury Prize for Directing: 122 - Fast Horse (Alexandra Lazarowich).
- Short Film Special Jury Prize for Directing: 123 - The Minors (Robert Machoian).
- Short Film Jury Award: US Fiction: 124 - Green.
- Short Film Jury Award: International Fiction: 125 - Dunya's Day.
- Short Film Jury Award: Nonfiction: 126 - Ghosts of Sugar Land.
- Short Film Jury Award: Animation: 127 - Reneepoptosis.
This list is dedicated to my beautiful precious daughter Shannon Hewat, who tragically lost her life, at the tender age of 20.
She joined the Angels :angel: on 24th July 2020.
I’m going from memory and her Netflix watched list, but of course I can’t rate them for her.
I do know she adored:
Louis Theroux Documentaries
(I will add more of her favourites above soon).
She was my shadow, my best friend. She was more than beautiful; intelligent, a heart of gold, ambitious, hilarious with a quick wit, a fitness fanatic and so much more. I was and am extremely proud of her, she was everything a mother could want.
She also was adored by her grandmother, who was her 2nd mum and also her two amazing brothers, Dominic & Connor.
She didn’t realise, as so many of us do that she was extremely popular and loved by so many people and has left a huge hole in many people’s hearts. Especially, her best friend Lillie :two_hearts:
We don’t only grieve for how much we miss her, but for the life she wanted. She had many dreams and one of which was to have her own family and share weekends together in the future with her children & family and her bother’s children and family.
She had a phenomenal bright future ahead and had only in the previous 10 months found the confidence to go out and enjoy life.
We lost her to suicide.
She didn’t intend on dying, she took pills to make herself ill, in desperation for someone’s attention.
Tragically, only 8 paracetamol can kill you!
She should still be here, she wanted to be here.
If you’re reading this and ever feel down, please don’t try suicide. Shannon didn’t want to die and the grief and effects on family and friends have been devastating.
Please please reach out if you feel down.
And if you do take an overdose or know someone who has; time is crucial! No matter how little you take, or how sick you’ve been, you must get medical attention.
Shannon waited 24hrs before telling anyone and by then it was too late. It was not the amount she took, it was the timescale.
She tragically died a painful and horrific death. And due to covid, she was alone in hospital. She died, scared and alone.
Please enjoy her list of Shows and Films, just a tiny way for the world to know her.
Sleep well my Princess, I’m looking forward to the day I can hold you in my arms again. X:cherry_blossom:X