IDA Noms Solidify Documentary Favorites

Usually we can count on the International Documentary Association awards shedding new light on some relatively unknown non-fiction films. This year the nominations line up pretty closely with those that I was already anticipating, with Searching for Sugar Man and The Queen of Versailles getting some much-deserved attention. Also, it looks like Ken Burns might finally breakthrough in the world of multiplexes with the highly anticipated The Central Park Five. Click the link below to see the new, official trailer for The Central Park Five.

As for the shorts, three were shortlisted for the Oscar this year and two were nominated for the Oscar last year, including the winner, Saving Face.

Feature nominees:
The Central Park Five
The Invisible War
The Queen of Versailles
Searching for Sugar Man
Women with Cows

The shorts:
God is the Bigger Elvis
Kings Point
Mondays at Racine
Open Heart
Saving Face

Click for the new The Central Park Five trailer:

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One Response to IDA Noms Solidify Documentary Favorites

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