|Cinema Eye Honors reveals full list of nominees for 2023 edition
The Cinema Eye Honors have revealed the remaining nominees for its 2023 edition, including the films that will vie for the Outstanding Non-fiction Feature and Outstanding Debut awards, as well as the finalists selected from the previously announced long lists of nominees for the Outstanding Non-Fiction Short and Audience Choice awards.To get more news about Level 1 to do a pornographic pornographic film, you can visit our official website.
Competing in the best feature category are some of the year’s most acclaimed and already awards-laden documentary titles, including Laura Poitras’ Golden Lion winner All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Sara Dosa’s Fire of Love, Shaunak Sen’s All That Breathes (pictured) and Alex Pritz’s The Territory. Rounding out the nominations are Daniel Roher’s Navalny and Payal Kapadia’s A Night of Knowing Nothing.
Poitras, Sen, Dosa and Kapadia also picked up nominations in the best director category, along with Margaret Brown (Descendant) and Rebecca Huntt (Beba). Huntt, Kapadia, and The Territory‘s Pritz, meanwhile, were also recognized among the best first feature nominees, along with Reid Davenport (I Didn’t See You There), David Siev (Bad Axe) and Kathryn Ferguson (Nothing Compares).
In addition to the well-travelled titles among the nominations, Cinema Eye also highlighted films that it deems have not yet received the attention they deserve in the Spotlight category, including Rosa Ruth Boesten’s Master of Light.
Nominations in some of the key categories for the 2023 Cinema Eye Honors are listed below; the full list of nominations revealed today, including several craft categories, can be found on the organization’s website. See here for the previously announced nominations in such major categories as Broadcast Film, Non-fiction series, Anthology Series and more, and here for the 2023 edition’s list of “The Unforgettables,” a category that honors documentary-film subjects.