A drama from Syria has won the top prize for short films at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
"Of God and Dogs," made by the Abounaddara Collective, took the Short Film Grand Jury Prize, at an awards ceremony Tuesday night in Park City.
The film tells of a free Syrian soldier who confesses to killing a man he knew was innocent -- and vowing to take vengeance on the God who led him to commit that murder.
Here are the other short-film winners:
• U.S. Fiction: "Gregory Go Boom," directed and written by Janicza Bravo.
• International Fiction: "The Cut" (Canada), written and directed by Geneviève Dulude-Decelles.