Michael Cera’s efforts with JASH have paid off, as the short film he starred in, Janicza Bravo’s Gregory Go Boom, won a jury award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

The 17-minute short, which debuted on JASH’s YouTube channel in May 2013 during YouTube Comedy Week, stars Cera as a paraplegic who leaves home looking to live independently. Brett Gelman, Sarah Burns and Anna Rose Hopkins co-star. Bravo wrote and directed the short film.

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This isn’t the first win for an online comedy network at Sundance. Funny or Die’s “Drunk History” first made waves at Sundance before becoming a recurring segment in FoD’s HBO series, and then earned a Comedy Central series in its own right.