The film, directed by Lee Daniel, stars MoNique Mariah Carey, Paula Patton and Gabourey Sidibe, above, who plays the central character, an illiterate, obese 16-year-old name Precious Jones. Documentary category. Monique also received a Special Jury Prize for drama for her role as mother cruel girls. Other winners announced at the ceremony, held at the Park City Racquet Club in Utah, including a great prize of the jury for steering Ondi We live in public, on the Internet pioneer Josh Harris, the U.S. The audience award in the same category went to The Cove, headed by a former photographer for National Geographic, Louie Psihoyos, a secret cave in Japan, where government-sanctioned killing of dolphins is carried out. Push: Based on the novel by Sapphire, which is based on the book of 1996 by an individual named poet, won the grand prize of the jury and the public at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday.