It's hard to believe it, but here we are at the end of another year of Sundance already, with awards being handed out this evening.

The Grand Jury Prize for Documentary Competition went to Manda Bala (Send a Bullet), directed by Jason Kohn, about political corruption in Brazil.

The Grand Jury Prize for Dramatic Competition was awarded to Padre Nuestro, directed by Christopher Zalla, about a man with a criminal past who hops a truck carrying illegal immigrants to New York City.

The World Cinema Jury Prize for a Documentary went to Enemies of Happiness/Denmark, directed by Eva Mulvad and Anja Al Erhayem. The film is about MalalaiJoya, a 28-year-old Afghani woman, whose 2005 victory in Afghanistan's first democratic election in over 30 years redefined the role of women in Afghanistan.

The World Cinema Jury Prize for a Dramatic film went to Sweet Mud/Israel, directed by Dror Shaul, about a boy living in a kibbutz, and what happens when his mentally ill mother is abandoned by the community.

The big audience awards went to Grace is Gone, directed by James C. Strouse, for Dramatic Film, and to Hear and Now, directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky, for Documentary Film. The World Cinema Audience Awards went to documentary In the Shadow of the Moon, directed by David Sington, and to Dramatic film Once, helmed by John Carney.

See the full list of Sundance Award Winners after the jump: