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2014 Cinema Eye Winners Revealed

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The Act of Killing, Stories We Tell and Cutie and the Boxer win top awards at 7th annual Cinema Eye Honors. Joshua Oppenheimer’s film on Indonesian death squads wins Outstanding Feature Film. Sarah Polley named Outstanding Director for Stories We Tell. Cutie and the Boxer wins 3 awards, including Outstanding Debut. Awards go to Let the Fire Burn, Leviathan, The Crash Reel, Sound City

Cinema Eye Introduces Award for Nonfiction Films Made for Television

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"It's wonderful to be able to open up the awards to more documentaries," said Charlotte Cook, the Chair of the Cinema Eye Nominations Committee and the Director of Programming at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto. "Recognizing the huge role television plays, and has always played, in the ability for people to see this incredible work means we can continue to honor the best filmmakers working in this art form today."

Finalists for 2016 Nonfiction Film for Television Award Announced

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The Cinema Eye Honors, which recognizes outstanding artistic achievements in nonfiction filmmaking, today announced 10 finalists for their annual Outstanding Nonfiction Filmmaking for Television Award.  The announcement marks the first awards announcement of Cinema Eye’s 9th Annual Honors season.  ...

Cinema Eye Announces 2017 Television Nonfiction Shortlist

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Cinema Eye, the organization that recognizes outstanding craft and artistry in nonfiction film, kicked off celebrations today for its tenth year with the first awards announcement of the season: the ten films that have been named as semifinalists for Outstanding...

Cinema Eye Announces Nominees For 9th Annual Nonfiction Film Awards

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Thirty-eight feature films and five shorts will vie for this year’s Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking as nominees were announced this evening at a party at CPH:DOX in Copenhagen, Denmark.  Winners will be announced at the 9th Annual Honors...

Cinema Eye to Present 2014 Legacy Award to Barbara Kopple’s Harlan County, USA

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The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking today announced that the 2014 Legacy Award will be presented to the landmark 1976 documentary, Harlan County, USA, Barbara Kopple's groundbreaking chronicle of a historic Kentucky coal miner strike. Kopple will accept the award on behalf of the film at the 7th annual Cinema Eye Honors ceremony on January 8, 2014, to be held at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York.

Cinema Eye Announces Screenings at MOMI, Bloor Cinema; Full Core Team Announced

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With Audience Choice voting already in progress, Cinema Eye is pleased to announce details on this year’s screenings with our partners at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens and the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema in Toronto. The...

2015 Cinema Eye Honors Announces Winners

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January 7, 2015, Astoria, Queens, New York – Citizenfour, Laura Poitras’ first person account of Edward Snowden’s revelations about NSA spying, picked up four awards at the 8th Annual Cinema Eye Honors, including Outstanding Nonfiction Feature and Outstanding Direction, held...

The 10 Filmmakers and 20 Films of the Cinema Eye Decade

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Cinema Eye Honors Celebrates First Decade Announces 10 Filmmakers | 20 Films From 10 Years of Nonfiction Artistry Museum of Moving Image to Mount 10-Week Cinema Eye Screening Series September 7, 2016, New York City – Cinema Eye, the organization...

10th Annual Cinema Eye Honors Announces The Unforgettables

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10th Annual Cinema Eye Honors Announces The Unforgettables Museum of Moving Image Launches “Pushing the Envelope” Screening Series Highlighting Cinema Eye’s First Decade October 19, 2016, New York City – Cinema Eye, the organization that recognizes outstanding craft and artistry...

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