The 2013 Producers Guild of America Awards were held last night and according to Film.com it was Ben Affleck's "Argo" taking home the top prize. The win, which comes on the heels of a Best Picture win at the Golden Globes two weeks ago, cements "Argo" as the frontrunner in this year's Oscar race.
Two other films also picked up momentum, as "Wreck-It Ralph" upset the apple cart by beating out Pixar's "Brave" in the animated feature category, while "Searching for Sugar Man" won the top prize for documentaries.
For a full run down of the evening's events, including all the winners on the television side, head to Film.com.
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