2004 Sundance NHK Filmmaker Award

The Sundance/NHK International Filmmakers Award was first established in 1996 by Sundance Institute in partnership with NHK to celebrate 100 years of cinema and to honor and support emerging independent filmmakers whose originality, talent, and vision can contribute significantly to the future of world cinema.
Presented annually to four filmmakers (one each from the United States, Japan, Latin America, and Europe), the Award provides long-term support to directors as they begin work on their next projects and ensures that these films reach audiences worldwide.

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The House of Sand

Alfred P. Sloan Prize
  
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