The documentary film on the late three-time World Champion Ayrton Senna has managed to win a prestigious award at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Senna documentary made its North American debut at the film festival this week, earning rave reviews from critics and scooping an official prize for the film’s makers, earning the World Cinema Audience Award for Documentary Film.
The film was released in Japan and Brazil last year ahead of a worldwide release this year.
The film’s director, Asif Kapadia, accepted the award and said: “This is amazing, thank you so much … It has just been amazing – and this [award] tops it off.”
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