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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

“Apollo 11” was named best documentary at the fourth annual Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards on Sunday night.

The ceremony took place at BRIC in Brooklyn.

Overall, “Apollo 11” was the night’s biggest winner.   Along with best documentary, the film also took home awards for best archival documentary, best science/nature documentary, best editing, and best score.

The award for best director resulted in a tie between Peter Jackson for “They Shall Not Grow Old” and Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert for “American Factory.”

“They Shall Not Grow Old” was also named most innovative documentary, while “American Factory” also won the award for best political documentary,

See the complete list of winners at The Hollywood Reporter.


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