Cinema Eye has announced the winners of its seventh annual awards for nonfiction film-making.
Nels Bangerter was presented with the Outstanding Editing award for Let the Fire Burn by Thelma Schoomaker, who commented that she could not have cut the improvisations for The Wolf of Wall Street without her earlier work in documentary film.
The inaugural Cinema Eye Television Award, recognising collaborations between film-makers and broadcasters, went to HBO Documentary Films’ The Crash Reel by Lucy Walker, while Dave Grohl’s Sound City won the Audience »
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