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The First Lady sings praise for the indie drama and Oscar contender, 'It managed to be beautiful, joyful and devastatingly honest.'
While the Pocas Pascoal-directed Portuguese film is named the Best Narrative Feature, Everardo Gonzalez's 'Drought' is awarded the Best Documentary prize.
The trailer explores the life in a poverty-ridden bayou community from the perspective of a six-year-old adventurous girl named Hushpuppy.
Other winners at the annual film festival include drug war documentary 'The House I Live In', a singer's life story 'Searching for Sugar Man' and millionaire family doc 'The Queen of Versailles'.
The indie studio has bought the distribution rights to the much-talked-about movie at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and has planned to release it in the U.S. theaters sometime this year.