Documentary Feature

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List Of Argentine Academy Award Winners And Nominees - Documentary Categories - Documentary Feature
... Best Documentary Feature Documentary Year Award Filmmaker Result The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo 1985 Best Documentary Feature Susana Blaustein Muñoz and Lourdes Portillo Nominated ...
2008 Slamdance Film Festival - Awards
... The Grand Jury Narrative Feature and Documentary Feature Award winners will be screened at the IFC Center in New York City in February 2008 ... or less were allowed to compete in Feature competition ... and one winner won guaranteed production of a feature film ...
List Of Spanish Academy Award Winners And Nominees - Documentary Feature
... Documentary Feature Year Name Film Status Milestone/Notes 2003 Carles Bosch and Josep Maria Domènech Balseros Nominated ...
Cinequest Film Festival - Awards - Film Awards
... •Best Documentary Feature •Best First Feature - Awarded to a director's first feature-length film they created ... •Audience Favorite Documentary - Awarded the most popular documentary film by audience surveys and screening attendance ... below are all of Cinequest's awards Maverick Film Competition •Maverick Spirit Award (Feature Film)
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Best Short Narrative ...
Lucy Walker (director) - Life and Career - Film Career
... Lucy Walker is best known for directing four feature documentary filmsDevil's Playground (2002), Blindsight (2006), Waste Land (2010) and Countdown to Zero (2010), as ... as well as more than 30 other festival awards, and a nomination for Best Documentary Feature at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards ... On 3 December 2010, at the International Documentary Association Awards, presenter Morgan Spurlock handed Walker the Pare Lorentz Award and the Best ...

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