The winners of the 26th Annual IFP Gotham Awards were announced November 28, during a ceremony hosted by Keegan-Michael Key at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight won the Best Feature, Best Screenplay, Gotham Audience Award, and a Special Jury Award for Ensemble Performance, becoming first film in the history of the Awards to receive four awards, and the first to win both Best Feature and the Audience Award. The award for Best Documentary went to O.J.: Made in America, Ezra Edelman’s exploration of race, celebrity, media, violence, and the criminal justice system.  Best Actor went to Casey Affleck for his performance as a grief-stricken man forced to take custody of his teenage nephew in Manchester by the Sea. Isabelle Huppert was voted Best Actress for Elle, in which she plays a businesswoman who experiences a home invasion sexual attack. For the full list of this year’s award winners, click here.

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