“This isn’t basketball. This is the movies,” Joseph Gordon-Levitt said at the Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony, which he hosted Saturday night. “There are no winners and losers. This is art.” Still, prizes were handed out. This year’s big winner was Fruitvale, about the 2009 shooting of Oscar Grant, which won the both the Grand Jury Prize and the U.S. Dramatic Audience Award. Also taking home honors were PussyRiot—A Punk Prayer, which won the World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award, and The Special Jury Prize for acting went to Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley for their work in the coming-of-age romance The Spectacular Now.