The romantic drama, centered around a long-distance love affair between an American student (Jacob) and a British student (Anna) took home the film festival's Grand Jury Prize for a Dramatic film at Sundance's awards ceremony Saturday evening in Park City, Utah, hosted by a snowflake-suit donning Tim Blake Nelson.
But that wasn't the only accolade the film racked up…
While newly cemented Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence stars in the love flick as well, it was her co-star, newcomer Felicity Jones (who plays Anna) who garnered the Special Grand Jury Prize for acting in a dramatic film.
Meanwhile, How to Die in Oregon, a documentary that takes a look at the legalization of physician-assisted suicide in Oregon and the lives of the terminally ill in that state, nabbed the documentary Grand Jury Prize.
Another Earth, written and directed by Mike Cahill (King of California) was also a big winner at Sundance, taking home the coveted Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize, which recognizes an outstanding film that focuses on science or technology, and a Special Jury Prize for dramatic film.
Another Happy Day, starring Demi Moore, Kate Bosworth and Ellen Barkin took home the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, but, other buzzed-about films starring A-listers like Perfect Sense (Ewan McGregor) and Flypaper (Ashley Judd and Patrick Dempsey) surprisingly failed to make the mark.
Check out the full list of winners:
• Grand Jury Prize, U.S. Drama: Like Crazy, Dir. Drake Doremus
• Grand Jury Prize, U.S. Documentary: How To Die in Oregon, Dir. Peter D. Richardson
• Special Jury Prize for Dramatic Film: Mike Cahill & Brit Marling, Another Earth
• Special Jury Prize, Acting, Dramatic Film: Felicity Jones, Like Crazy
• Special Jury Prize Documentary: Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's' Journey, directed by Constance Marks
• Directing Award, Dramatic: Martha Marcy May Marlene, Dir. Sean Durkin
• Directing Award, US Documentary: Resurrect Dead; The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles, Dir. Jon Foy
• Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award: Another Happy Day, Sam Levinson
• US Documentary Editing Award: If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, Matthew Hamachek and Marshall Curry
• Excellence in Cinematography, US Dramatic Film: Pariah, Bradford Young
• Excellence in Cinematography, Documentary: The Redemption of General Butt Naked, Eric Strauss, Ryan Hill, Peter Hutchens
• US Dramatic Competition Audience Award: Circumstance, Dir. Maryam Keshavarz
• US Documentary Compettion Audience Award: Buck, Dir. Cindy Meehl
• Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film: Mike Cahill, Another Earth
• World Cinema Special Jury Prize for Documentary Film: Position Among the Stars
• World Cinema Cinematography Award for Documentary Filmmaking: Hell and Back Again
• World Cinema Documentary Editing Award: The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975
• World Cinema Documentary Directing Award: Project Nim
• World Cinema Grand Jury Prize in Documentary: Hell and Back Again
• World Cinema Special Jury Prize, Dramatic, for Breakout Performances: Olivia Colman and Peter Mullan, Tyrannosaur (UK)
• World Cinema Cinematography Award, Dramatic: All Your Dead Ones
• World Cinema Screenwriting Award, Dramatic: Restoration (Israel)
• World Cinema Directing Award, Dramatic: Tyrannosaur (UK)
• World Cinema Grand Jury Prize, Dramatic: Happy, Happy (Norway)
• Best of NEXT! Audience Award: to.get.her.
• World Cinema Audience Award for Documentary Film: Senna
• World Cinema Audience Award for Dramatic Film: Kinyarwanda (USA/Rwanda)