LOS ANGELES – “Get Out,” a horror thriller that examines U.S. race relations, won the top honor at the Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday, independent film’s biggest prize and the final awards ceremony ahead of the Oscars.
Jordan Peele, a comedian who wrote and directed the film, also won best director at the annual awards that recognizes the year’s best independent achievements made on small budgets.
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