29th Independent Spirit Awards

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The 2013 Independent Spirit Awards announced its nominees on November 27, 2013.[1] The winners were announced on March 1, 2014.[2] It was hosted by Patton Oswalt.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and in bold.

Best Feature[edit]

12 Years a Slave

Best First Feature[edit]

Fruitvale Station, Director: Ryan Coogler; Producers: Nina Yang Bongiovi, Forest Whitaker

  • Blue Caprice, Director/Producer: Alexandre Moors; Producers: Kim Jackson, Brian O’Carroll, Isen Robbins, Will Rowbotham, Ron Simons, Aimee Schoof, Stephen Tedeschi
  • Concussion, Director: Stacie Passon, Producer: Rose Troche
  • Una Noche, Director/Producer: Lucy Mulloy, Producers: Sandy Pérez Aguila, Maite Artieda, Daniel Mulloy, Yunior Santiago
  • Wadjda, Director: Haifaa Al Mansour, Producers: Gerhard Meixner, Roman Pau

Best Director[edit]

Steve McQueen12 Years a Slave

Best Male Lead[edit]

Matthew McConaugheyDallas Buyers Club

Best Female Lead[edit]

Cate BlanchettBlue Jasmine

Best Supporting Male[edit]

Jared LetoDallas Buyers Club

Best Supporting Female[edit]

Lupita Nyong'o12 Years a Slave

Best Screenplay[edit]

John Ridley12 Years a Slave

Best First Screenplay[edit]

Bob NelsonNebraska

Best Cinematography[edit]

Sean Bobbitt12 Years a Slave

Best Editing[edit]

Nat SandersShort Term 12

Best International Film[edit]

Blue Is the Warmest Colour (France) – Director: Abdellatif Kechiche

Best Documentary Feature[edit]

20 Feet from Stardom – Director/Producer: Morgan Neville, Producers: Gil Friesen and Caitrin Rogers

  • The Act of Killing – Director/Producer: Joshua Oppenheimer, Producers: Joram Ten Brink, Christine Cynn, Anne Köhncke, Signe Byrge Sørensen, and Michael Uwemedimo
  • After Tiller – Directors/Producers: Martha Shane and Lana Wilson
  • Gideon's Army – Director/Producer: Dawn Porter, Producer: Julie Goldman
  • The Square – Director: Jehane Noujaim, Producer: Karim Amer

John Cassavetes Award[edit]

This Is Martin Bonner – Writer/Director: Chad Hartigan, Producer: Cherie Saulter

  • Computer Chess – Writer/Director: Andrew Bujalski, Producers: Houston King and Alex Lipschultz
  • Crystal Fairy – Writer/Director: Sebastiàn Silva, Producers: Juan de Dios Larraín and Pablo Larraín
  • Museum Hours – Writer/Director: Jem Cohen, Producers: Paolo Calamita and Gabriele Kranzelbinder
  • Pit Stop – Writer/Director: Yen Tan, Writer: David Lowery, Producers: Jonathan Duffy, James M. Johnston, Eric Steele, and Kelly Williams

19th Annual Stella Artois Truer Than Fiction Award[edit]

Jason Osder – Let the Fire Burn

17th Annual Piaget Producers Award[edit]

Toby Halbrooks & James M. Johnston

  • Jacob Jaffke
  • Andrea Roa
  • Frederick Thornton

20th Annual Someone to Watch Award[edit]

Newlyweeds – Director: Shaka King

  • The Foxy Merkins – Director: Madeline Olnek
  • My Sister's Quinceañera – Director: Aaron Douglas Johnston

Robert Altman Award[edit]

  • Mud: Director: Jeff Nichols, Casting Director: Francine Maisler, Ensemble Cast: Joe Don Baker, Jacob Lofland, Matthew McConaughey, Ray McKinnon, Sarah Paulson, Michael Shannon, Sam Shepard, Tye Sheridan, Paul Sparks, Bonnie Sturdivant, Reese Witherspoon

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