The winners of the fifth annual Edendale Shortlist were announced Sunday night at the conclusion of the 80th Academy Awards in an extremely tight result in both the film and music categories. Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD took the film prize by a single vote over Julian Schnabel's THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY, while Radiohead won the music prize by three votes for their album In Rainbows.
Continuing the tight results in film, the third place finisher - the Coen Brothers' Oscar winning NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN - was one vote behind DIVING BELL. Much further back in fourth was Jason Reitman's JUNO. David Fincher's ZODIAC was fifth and Judd Apatow's KNOCKED UP came in with the smallest number of votes among the shortlist.
Runners-up in music included Amy Winehouse's Back to Black, which finished three votes back of Radiohead. Blonde Redhead's 23 came in third.