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No Comments Sat, Nov 9 2019 | Published in *NEWS, AWARDS, CELEBS, HEADLINES, MOVIES, , TV Could The Critics Choice Documentary Awards Tomorrow Suggest The Oscar Frontrunner in Best Documentary Feature? By: Joey Magidson Last month, the Critics Choice Documentary Awards announced their nominations, beginning to suggest which documentaries could be the Academy Award favorites this year. Tomorrow, the awards show takes place (full disclosure: I’m a voting member of the Critics Choice Association, formerly known as the Broadcast Critics Association). In case you weren’t aware, The Biggest Little Farm led the field, grabbing seven nominations, while Apollo 11, One Child Nation, and They Shall Not Grow Old scored five apiece. Other potential Oscar contenders sprinkled throughout this precursors include American Factory, The Cave, Knock Down The House, Western Stars, and more. Below you can see all the nominated works, though what really will be interesting to see is what takes home the top prize. A win here for either American Factory, Apollo 11, The Biggest Little Farm, The Cave, Honeyland, The Kingmaker, Knock Down the House, Leaving Neverland, Maiden, One Child Nation, or They Shall Not Grow Old could really be a feather in its awards season cap. Time will tell, and we’ll let you know what wins on Sunday afternoon, but for now, take a look at what the CCDA nominations looked like… Here now are all of the nominees: DOCUMENTARY FEATURE “American Factory” (Netflix) “Apollo 11” (Neon) “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) “The Cave” (National Geographic) “Honeyland” (Neon) “The Kingmaker” (Showtime) “Knock Down the House” (Netflix) “Leaving Neverland” (HBO) “Maiden” (Sony Pictures Classics) “One Child Nation” (Amazon Studios) “They Shall Not Grow Old” (Warner Bros.) DIRECTOR Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts, For “Sama” (PBS) Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert, “American Factory” (Netflix) John Chester, “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) Feras Fayyad, “The Cave” (National Geographic) Peter Jackson, “They Shall Not Grow Old” (Warner Bros.) Todd Douglas Miller, “Apollo 11” (Neon) Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang, “One Child Nation” (Amazon Studios) CINEMATOGRAPHY Ben Bernhard and Viktor Kossakovsky, “Aquarela” (Sony Pictures Classics) John Chester, “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) Fejmi Daut and Samir Ljuma, “Honeyland” (Neon) Nicholas de Pencier, “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch” (Kino Lorber) Muhammed Khair Al Shami, Ammar Suleiman, and Mohammad Eyad, “The Cave” (National Geographic) Richard Ladkani, “Sea of Shadows” (National Geographic) EDITING Georg Michael Fischer and Verena Schönauer, “Sea of Shadows” (National Geographic) Todd Douglas Miller, “Apollo 11” (Neon) Jabez Olssen, “They Shall Not Grow Old” (Warner Bros.) Amy Overbeck, “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) Lindsay Utz, “American Factory” (Netflix) Nanfu Wang, “One Child Nation” (Amazon Studios) SCORE Jeff Beal, “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) Matthew Herbert, “The Cave” (National Geographic) Matt Morton, “Apollo 11” (Neon) Plan 9, “They Shall Not Grow Old” (Warner Bros.) H. Scott Salinas, “Sea of Shadows” (National Geographic) Eicca Toppinen, “Aquarela” (Sony Pictures Classics) NARRATION Alicia Vikander, narrator; Jennifer Baichwal, writer, “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch” (Kino Lorber) John Chester and Molly Chester, narrators; John Chester, writer, “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) Petra Costa, narrator; Petra Costa, Carol Pires, David Barker and Moara Passoni, writers, “The Edge of Democracy” (Netflix) Chiwetel Ejiofor, narrator; Mark Deeble, writer, “The Elephant Queen” (Apple) Waad Al-Kateab, narrator-writer, “For Sama” (PBS) Adam Driver, narrator; Oren Rudavsky and Bob Seidman, writers, “Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People” (First Run) Nanfu Wang, narrator-writer, “One Child Nation” (Amazon Studios) Bruce Springsteen, narrator-writer, “Western Stars” (Warner Bros.) DOCUMENTARY FEATURE Midge Costin, “Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound” (Matson Films) A.J. Eaton, “David Crosby: Remember My Name” (Sony Pictures Classics) Pamela B. Green, “Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché” (Kino Lorber/Zeitgeist Films) Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov, “Honeyland” (Neon) Richard Miron, “For the Birds” (Dogwoof) Garret Price, “Love, Antosha” (Lurker Films) ARCHIVAL DOCUMENTARY “Amazing Grace” (Neon) “Apollo 11” (Neon) “Maiden” (Sony Pictures Classics) “Mike Wallace is Here” (Magnolia) “Pavarotti” (CBS Films) “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese” (Netflix) “They Shall Not Grow Old” (Warner Bros.) “What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali” (HBO) BIOGRAPHICAL DOCUMENTARY “David Crosby: Remember My Name” (Sony Pictures Classics) “The Kingmaker” (Showtime) “Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice” (Greenwich) “Love, Antosha” (Lurker Films) “Mike Wallace is Here” (Magnolia) “Pavarotti” (CBS Films) “Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” (Magnolia) MUSIC DOCUMENTARY “Amazing Grace” (Neon) “David Crosby: Remember My Name” (Sony Pictures Classics) “Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice” (Greenwich) “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool” (Abramorama) “Pavarotti” (CBS Films) “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese” (Netflix) “Western Stars” (Warner Bros.) POLITICAL DOCUMENTARY “American Factory” (Netflix) “The Edge of Democracy” (Netflix) “Hail Satan?” (Magnolia) “The Kingmaker” (Showtime) “Knock Down the House” (Netflix) “One Child Nation” (Amazon Studios) SCIENCE/NATURE DOCUMENTARY “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch” (Kino Lorber) “Apollo 11” (Neon) “Aquarela” (Sony Pictures Classic) “The Biggest Little Farm” (Neon) “The Elephant Queen” (Apple) “Honeyland” (Neon) “Penguins” (Disney) “Sea of Shadows” (National Geographic) SPORTS DOCUMENTARY “Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable” (Entertainment Studios) “Diego Maradona” (HBO) “Maiden” (Sony Pictures Classics) “Rodman: For Better or Worse” (ESPN) “The Spy Behind Home Plate” (Ciesla Foundation) “What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali” (HBO) MOST INNOVATIVE DOCUMENTARY “Aquarela” (Sony Pictures Classics) “Cold Case Hammarskjöld” (Magnolia) “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese” (Netflix) “Screwball” (Greenwich) “Serendipity” (Cohen Media) “They Shall Not Grow Old” (Warner Bros.) SHORT DOCUMENTARY “The Chapel at the Border” (Atlantic Documentaries) (Director and Producer: Jeremy Raff) “Death Row Doctor” (The New York Times Op-Docs) (Director: Lauren Knapp) “In the Absence (Field of Vision)” (Director: Yi Seung-Jun. Producer: Gary Byung-Seok Kam) “Lost World” (Director and Producer: Kalyanee Mam. Producers: Adam Loften and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee) “Mack Wrestles” (ESPN) (Directors and Producers: Taylor Hess and Erin Sanger. Producers: Erin Leyden and Gentry Kirby) “Period. End of Sentence.” (Netflix) (Director: Rayka Zehtabchi. Producers: Melissa Berton, Garrett K. Schiff and Lisa Taback) “The Polaroid Job” (The New York Times Op-Docs) (Director: Mike Plante) “Sam and the Plant Next Door” (The Guardian) (Director and Producer: Ömer Sami) “The Unconditional” (Director and Producer: Dave Adams. Producers: Adam Soltis, Renee Woodruff Adams, Josie Swantek Heitz, and Chris Tuss) “The Waiting Room” (The Guardian) (Director and Producer: Victoria Mapplebeck) MOST COMPELLING LIVING SUBJECTS OF A DOCUMENTARY Dr. Amani Ballor – “The Cave” (National Geographic) David Crosby – “David Crosby: Remember My Name” (Sony Pictures Classics) Tracy Edwards – “Maiden” (Sony Pictures Classics) Imelda Marcos – “The Kingmaker” (Showtime) Hatidze Muratova – “Honeyland” (Neon) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin – “Knock Down the House” (Netflix) Linda Ronstadt – “Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice” (Greenwich) Dr. Ruth Westheimer – “Ask Dr. Ruth” (Hulu) Stay tuned to see what takes home these prizes tomorrow night! Share This: Twitter Digg Stumble Upon Reddit Delicious Facebook About Joey Magidson A graduate of Stony Brook University (where he studied Cinema and Cultural Studies), resides in Brooklyn, New York. He contributes to several other -related websites and is a member of the Broadcast Critics Association. View all articles by Joey Magidson Send Email |Website

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