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Eight Days A Week wins award

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Eight Days A Week wins award
Posted by Roger Stormo
Friday, November 04, 2016


Winner of Best music documentary at the Critics' Choice Documentary Awards.

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years was named best music documentary at the first annual Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards on Thursday night in New York.
The Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards were created to honour the finest achievements in documentary features and non-fiction television. The winners were determined by a committee of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) members with a background and expertise in the documentary field.
The Ron Howard film was also nominated for Best direction of a documentary feature, but the category was won by "O.J. Made in America", which took home four prizes at the event.

Meanwhile, The Beatles are busy promoting the home cinema release of the documentary, available on digital download, Blu-ray, DVD and 2 disc special edition from 18 November.







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Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards winners: Oscar frontrunners ‘O.J.: Made in America’ and ‘13th’ get big boosts
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November 4 2016

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The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. announced the winners of the inaugural edition of the Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards on Thursday. “13th,” “O.J.: Made in America” and “Gleason” had led the nominations this year with five apiece, including the marquee category of Best Documentary Feature Film (Theatrical Premiere). “O.J.: Made in America” won that top prize, as well as three others: Best Director – Theatrical Feature for Ezra Edelman, Best Sports Documentary and Best Limited Documentary Series.

Ava DuVernay was named Best Director – TV/Streaming for her film “13th,” which also claimed Best Documentary – TV/Streaming and Best Political Documentary. Jack Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg’s film “Weiner,” another hot contender to make the Documentary Feature Oscar shortlist, took home the prize for Best First Documentary – Theatrical Feature, while “Gleason” went home empty-handed.

Below, the full list of winners, who were feted at a ceremony at BRIC in Brooklyn hosted by Penn Gillette.

Best Documentary – Theatrical Feature
“O.J.: Made in America”
Best Director – Theatrical Feature
Ezra Edelman (“O.J.: Made in America”)
Best Documentary – TV/Streaming
“13th”
Best Director – TV/Streaming
Ava DuVernay (“13th”)
Best First Documentary – Theatrical Feature
Jack Kriegman, Elyse Steinberg (“Weiner”)
Best First Documentary – TV/Streaming (Tie)
Jacob Bernstein, Nick Hooker (“Everything Is Copy”)
Deborah Esquenazi (“Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four”)
Best Political Documentary
“13th”
Best Sports Documentary
“O.J.: Made in America”
Best Music Documentary
“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”
Best Song in a Documentary
“I’m Still Here” from “Miss Sharon Jones!”
Best Limited Documentary Series
“O.J.: Made in America”
Best Ongoing Documentary Series
“30 for 30”
Most Innovative Documentary
“Tower”

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