KEITEL A HIT AT SUNDANCE

“Three Seasons,” featuring Harvey Keitel in a story of four people’s struggles in chaotic postwar Vietnam, won top prizes Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival, the nation’s premier showcase for movies made outside the big Hollywood studios. The film won three trophies — the Grand Jury Prize in the festival’s dramatic competition, the cinematography award (for Lisa Rinzler) and an audience’s-choice award. The documentary “American Movie,” about a man’s obsession with making independent films, won the Grand Jury Prize in the nonfiction competition. Other winners included the documentary “Genghis Blues,” “Tumbleweeds” and “Sing Faster: the Stagehands’ Ring Cycle.”

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