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Film Independent Spirit Awards

Film Independent's Spirit Awards
30th Independent Spirit Awards
Awarded for Best in independent films
Country  United States
Presented by Film Independent
First awarded 1984
Official website .comspiritawards

The Independent Spirit Awards (originally known as the FINDIE or Friends of Independents Awards), founded in

External links

Spirit Awards 2015 Nominations Revealed – See the Complete List Here:

  1. ^ a b Picker, David V. (2004), "The Film Company as Financier-Distributor", in Jason E. Squire, The movie business book,  
  2. ^ English, James F. (2008), "The Age of Awards", The Economy of Prestige: Prizes, Awards, and the Circulation of Cultural Value, United States of America:  
    provides alternative start date as 1986, not 1984
  3. ^ Sickels, Robert (2009), "Coveted Awards", The Business of Entertainment: Movies, United States of America:  
  4. ^ Steele, Bruce C. (28 February 2006), "It's Ang Lee vs. Gregg Araki!",  
  5. ^ Film Independent Spirit Awards,  
    Citation supporting televised on IFC in 2011.



The 30th Independent Spirit Awards ceremony, celebrating the films of 2014, was held on February 21, 2015.

The awards show was previously held inside a tent on the beach in Santa Monica, California, usually on the day before the Academy Awards (since 1999; originally the Saturday before).[4] Since 1994, the show has been broadcast on the Bravo network and Independent Film Channel.[1][5]

. Since 2006, winners have received a trophy depicting a bird sitting atop of a pole with the shoestrings from the previous design wrapped around the pole. Film Independent's Spirit Awards In 2007, the ceremony was slightly changed to [3]

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