`Fruitvale,’ `Blood Brother’ win Sundance Awards

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The Cambodian film “A River Changes Course” won the grand jury prize for international documentary, and a narrative film from South Korea, “Jiseul,” claimed the grand jury prize for dramatic world cinema.

Having a film at Sundance serves as a stamp of approval, Coogler said.

“Audiences trust this film festival more than any other festival in the country,” he said, “and they know if a film plays here, it’s a film that should be seen.”

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