Sean Penn Rules at Gotham Awards MoviesArticle Nov 28, 2007 Sean Penn and Michael Moore picked up the big prizes at Tuesday’s 17th annual Gotham Awards in New York. Penn‘s Into the Wild won best feature and Moore‘s Sicko–an expose of U.S. healthcare–was awarded best documentary at a ceremony at Brooklyn’s Steiner Studios. The ceremony–which celebrates low-budget and art-house films–is held annually by nonprofit organization the Independent Feature Project. Elsewhere, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead, starring Ethan Hawke and Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Talk to Me, starring Don Cheadle, were joint winners in the Best Ensemble Cast category. Juno actress Ellen Page won the Best Newcomer award; Great World of Sound director Craig Zobel won Breakthrough Director. Guests at the star-studded bash included Martin Scorsese, Javier Bardem and New York mayor Michael Bloomberg. COPYRIGHT 2007 WORLD ENTERTAINMENT NEWS NETWORK LTD. All Global Rights Reserved.