Nick Cave film wins two gongs at Sundance 2014

Tom Pakinkis

Nick Cave film 20,000 Days On Earth was awarded both the Directing Award and the Editing Award in the World Documentary competition at Sundance 2014 this week.

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard picked up the Directing Award while Jonathan Amos won the Editing Award.

20,000 Days On Earth is Pulse’s third film in three years to launch at the Sundance Festival following 2012's LCD Soundsystem documentary Shut Up And Play The Hits and 2013's hybrid documentary Who Is Dayani Cristal? ...

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