Indie Game: The Movie wins big at Sundance

Indie Game: The Movie is really good, apparently -- writers, directors, producers, editors and camera crew James Swirsky and Lisanne Pajot won Best Editing in the Sundance World Cinema Documentary Competition last night. We offer a sincere, hearty congratulations to Swirsky and Pajot, and anything else that gets Indie Game: The Movie closer to a widespread release (and we mean anything).

Swirsky and Pajot reflected on the overwhelming sensations in winning the award on the Indie Game: The Movie blog: "We can not tell you how much this means to us and how completely and utterly our minds are blown. We shot over 300 hours of footage in making this film, and the edit was, by far, the most difficult aspect of the process. We couldn't be more proud to receive this award."

More screenings are sure to come -- keep an eye here for updates.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.