The remaining top ten audience favorites (in order) Frozen River, directed by Courtney Hunt (USA) Fugitive Pieces, directed by Jeremy Podeswa (Canada) Captain Abu Raed, directed by Amin Matalqa (Jordan) The Drummer, directed by Kenneth Bi (Hong Kong) Summer Heat, directed by Monique van de Ven (the Netherlands) Letting Go of God, directed by Julia Sweeney (USA) Late Bloomers, directed by Bettina Oberli (Switzerland) Bliss, directed by Abdullah Oguz (Turkey) Michou d’Auber, directed by Thomas Gilou (France)
The remaining top ten audience favorites (in order) Great Speeches From a Dying World, directed by Linas Phillips (USA) Man on Wire, directed by James Marsh (UK) Accelerating America, directed by Timothy Hotchner (USA) Creative Nature, directed by John Andres (USA) Emmanuel Jal: War Child, directed by C. Karim Chrobog (USA) Trouble the Water, directed by Carl Deal and Tia Lessin (USA) Stranded: I’ve Come From a Plane that Crashed in the Mountains, directed by Gonzalo Arijon (France) Good Food, directed by Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin (USA) They Killed Sister Dorothy, directed by Daniel Junge (USA)
The remaining top five audience favorites (in order) Courtney Hunt, for Frozen River (USA) Nina Paley, for Sita Sings the Blues (USA) Dorota Kedzierzawska, for Time to Die (Poland) Nic Balthazar, for Ben X (Belgium)
Best Actor Golden Space Needle Award: Alan Rickman, for Bottle Shock (USA) The remaining top five audience favorites (in order) Nadim Sawalha, for Captain Abu Raed (Jordan) Andrew Garfield, for Boy A (UK) Zdenerk Sverák, for Empties (Czech Republic) Greg Timmermans, for Ben X (Belgium) Best Actress Golden Space Needle Award: Jessica Chastain, for Jolene (USA)
The remaining top five audience favorites (in order) Catinca Untaru, for The Fall (USA) Melissa Leo, for Frozen River (USA) Danuta Szaflarska, for Time to Die (Poland) Melanie Diaz, for American Son (USA)
Best Short Film Golden Space Needle Award: Felix, directed by Andreas Utta (Germany)
The remaining top five audience favorites (in order) Sleeping Betty, directed by Claude Cloutier (Canada) Bailey-Boushay House: A Living History, directed by Terence Brown (USA) Zoologic, directed by Nicole Mitchell (USA) Spider, directed by Nash Edgerton (Australia)
Lena Sharpe Award: Frozen River, director Courtney Hunt (USA) This award is given to the film by a woman director that receives the most votes from the public.