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Source:  The Wrap

Yance Ford’s harrowing Netflix documentary about race and the justice system, “Strong Island,” took the two top awards, Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature Filmmaking and Outstanding Achievement in Direction, at the 11th Annual Cinema Eye Honors, which were announced Thursday night in New York.

Brett Morgen’s feel-good Jane Goodall documentary “Jane,” from National Geographic and Abramorama, also racked up a pair of honors, with Philip Glass taking one award for his musical score and the film also winning the Audience Choice Prize.

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