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It feels great when a film that would otherwise get lost in the shuffle gets recognized for true awesomeness. Tonight, the Gotham Awards recognized those types of films. The award ceremony, which takes place here in my new home of New York City, recognized several small flicks that were mostly overlooked by audiences. The most notable was The Hurt Locker, which received the awards for Best Feature and Best Ensemble Performance. The film about a soldier whose job it is to disarm bombs will likely be forgotten come Oscar time, but it's nice to know that someone is making sure to give it its due.

Other winners included Food Inc. and Robert Siegal's directorial debut (and screenplay follow-up to The Wrestler), Big Fan. The award list is short and sweet, something we could never say about the Oscars, so enjoy it while you can because come next February, we'll be back to ten nominees, overly glitzy ceremonies, and people shouldn't be winning awards winning awards.

Check out the full list of the winners below:
Best Feature - THE HURT LOCKER
Best Documentary - FOOD, INC.
Breakthrough Director Award - ROBERT SIEGEL, BIG FAN
Breakthrough Actor Award - CATALINA SAAVEDRA, THE MAID
Best Ensemble Performance Award - Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty, Ralph Fiennes, Guy Pearce, David Morse and Evangeline Lilly in THE HURT LOCKER
Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You Award - YOU WONT MISS ME

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