Brühl & Cotillard Win Acting Awards in Seattle

Daniel Brühl and Marion Cotillard won the audience prizes for Best Actor and Best Actress respectively at the Seattle Film Festival in Washington this past weekend. Bruhl was honored for his role in Salvador, while Cotillard's performance as singer Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose was celebrated. Elsewhere, the audience awards for Best Film went to Outsourced, directed by John Jeffcoat, while Best Director went to Daniel Waters for Sex And Death 101. Among the juried awards were the Grand Jury Prize for Best New American Film, which was won by Jeff Nichols' Shotgun Stories.

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