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Monday, October 23, 2006

Gotham Awards

Posted By on Mon, Oct 23, 2006 at 8:23 PM

An interesting bunch, the Independent Film Project, that is.  They're the folks behind the awards.  Their nominees are out today:

Best Feature Film

The Departed, Little Children, Half Nelson, Marie Antionette, Old Joy

Best Ensemble Cast

Babel, For Your Consideration, Little Miss Sunshine, A Prairie Home Companion, Shortbus

Best Documentary

Deliver Us From Evil, An Inconvenient Truth, Following Sean, Iraq in Fragments, Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple

Breakthrough Actor

Abigail Breslin, Little Miss Sunshine; Shareeka Epps, Half Nelson; Melinda Page Hamilton, Sleeping Dogs Lie; Rinko Kikuchi, Babel; and Channing Tatum, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.

Breakthrough Director

Ramin Bahrani, Man Push Cart; Ryan Fleck, Half Nelson; Laurie Collyer, Sherrybaby; So Yong Kim, In Between Days; and James Marsh, The King.

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