Sebastian Silva’s Sundance award winner The Maid continued its winning spree by taking the honours for Best Narrative Feature at the 11th annual Sarasota Film Festival. The Best Documentary Feature was Ben Steinbauer’s Winnebago Man.For the first year, Sarasota’s awards came with distribution prizes. The narrative feature gets a DVD/VOD/TV and first-look theatrical offer for US distribution from Film Movement and will be screened at BAMcinematek in New York; the documentary wins a US distribution deal with First Run Features and a screening at IFC Center’s Stranger Than Fiction series.Narrative special jury prizes went to Tze Chun’s Children Of Invention and a cinematography award to Nurse.Fighter.Boy., shot by Steve Cosens. For the docs, the special jury prize for cinematography when to Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be The Same, directed and shot by Jody Lee Lipes.The audience award for narrative went to Scott Teems’ That Evening Sun; for documentary to Michel O. Scott’s Over The Hills And Far Away; and for world cinema to Charles Officer’s Nurse. Fighter. Boy.The Audience short winner, which will get a VOD offer from Cinetic Rights Management, is Bob Giraldi’s Second Guessing Grandma.The Florida-based festival presented its awards at its Filmmaker Tribute on Saturday (April 4). The Filmmaker Tribute to Hal Ashby welcomed Jon Voight, Burt Young, Dianne Schroeder, and Nick Dawson, as well as Ashby’s daughter Leigh MacManus.’We’re incredibly proud of this year’s program and believe that the juries have made wonderful choices,’ said director of programming Tom Hall. ‘We are also greatly honored to see these films make their way into the marketplace as a result of their participation in the Sarasota Film Festival. We thank all the filmmakers for bringing their amazing work to our festival.’Other guests in Sarasota included Stanley Tucci, Oren Moverman, Woody Harrelson, Jena Malone, Christo and Jeanne-Claude.The festival showed more than 160 films from March 27-April 5.