Cinema Eye Honors 2012

January 16, 2012

The documentary The Interrupters received the top honor in nonfiction feature filmmaking at the Cinema Eye Honors awards show held in New York last Wednesday. The Cinema Eye Honors, now in their fifth year, recognize and honor exemplary craft and innovation in nonfiction film. Like last year, local artist Ben Chlapek did various illustrations to represent each nominated movie.

Here’s a list of all the awards that were given, along with links to the items that we currently own in our library catalog:

Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature Filmmaking
The Interrupters

Outstanding Achievement in Direction
The Interrupters

Audience Choice Prize
Buck

Outstanding Achievement in Production
Pina

Outstanding Achievement in Editing
Senna

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
To Hell and Back Again

Spotlight Award
The Tiniest Place (unreleased)

Heterodox Award
Beginners

Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Short Filmmaking
Diary

Outstanding Achievement in an Original Music Score
Tabloid

Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design and Animation
Tabloid

Outstanding Achievement in a Debut Feature Film
The Arbor

Hell Yeah Prize
The Paradise Lost Trilogy: Paradise LostParadise Lost 2 & Paradise Lost 3 (unreleased)

Legacy Award
Titicut Follies

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