- Sun Mar 2, 2014, 1:13 AM GMT
'12 Years a Slave' became the day's big winner with five nods, followed by 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'Nebraska' with two each.READ MORE
Based on a true-life police shooting, film stars Jordan as Oscar Grant, a young Bay Area resident who was detained and killed by BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) cops in Oakland on New Year's Eve in 2008. Event was captured on camera, and the ensuing trial and its verdict spurred protests and riots.
'Fruitvale Station' nabs directing award for Ryan Coogler and Breakthrough Actor award for Michael B. Jordan, while Matthew McConaughey and Brie Larson win other acting nods.READ MORE
Jordan plays real-life Oscar Grant, who unknowingly meets his end in a train station, in the trailer for the Sundance Film Festival winner co-produced by Forest Whitaker.READ MORE
Shown during an interview session with Amy Goodman, the two clips see touching scenes of Michael B. Jordan as Oscar Grant.READ MORE
The Ryan Coogler-directed movie and the Steve Hoover-directed documentary win both Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award.READ MORE
TWC reportedly buys the true-story movie about the Grant tragedy for a reported $2.5 million, including guarantees to a sizeable theatrical release.READ MORE