International Documentary Association nominations: Oscar winner among them?

Is the Oscar winner for Best Documentary Feature among the nominees for the International Documentary Association (IDA) Awards? All five of the nominees for the Best Feature Award at the IDA number among the 145 documentaries vying for the five slots at the Oscars.

Last year,  three of the eventual five Oscar nominees were first cited by the IDA. However, while “The Look of Silence” won over the IDA, it was “Amy” that claimed the Oscar. In 2014, four of the five eventual Oscar nominees were first recognized by the IDA, and “Citizenfour” won both awards.

The 32nd annual International Documentary Association Awards will take place on December 9 at The Paramount Theater in Hollywood.

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Best Feature Award
“Fire at Sea”
“I Am Not Your Negro”
“O.J.: Made in America”

Best Short Award
“The Above”
“Clinica De Migrantes : Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness”
“Red Lake”
“The White Helmets”

Best Curated Series Award
“BBC Storyville”
“DR2 Dokumania”
“Independent Lens”
“Pacific Heartbeat”

Best Limited Series Award
“The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth”
“Making a Murderer”
“Streets of Compton”

Best Episodic Series Award
“Chef’s Table”
“The First 48”
“Last Chance U”
“United Shades of America”
“Woman with Gloria Steinem”

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Best Short Form Series Award
“30:30 Shorts”
“Children Deported”
“Field of Vision”
“The New York Times Op-Docs”

David L. Wolper Student Documentary Award
“4.1 Miles”
“The Earth Did Not Speak”
“How History May Come”
“My Life As a Film- How My Father Tried to Capture Happiness”
“Transit Zone”

Pare Lorentz Award
“Starless Dreams”

ABC News VideoSource Award
“I Am Not Your Negro”
“The Lovers and the Despot”
“Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise”
“Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You”

Creative Recognition Award Winners

Best Cinematography
“Fire at Sea” – Cinematography by: Gianfranco Rosi

Best Editing
“Cameraperson” – Edited by: Nels Bangerter

Best Writing
“I Am Not Your Negro” – Written by: James Baldwin and Raoul Peck

Best Music
“The Bad Kids” – Original Score by: Jacaszek

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