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Source:  DOC NYC

Two days before the festival’s close, DOC NYC announced its 2019 award winners last night at the Flatiron Room in Manhattan.

This year’s event, running November 6-15 at IFC Center, the SVA Theatre, and Cinépolis Chelsea, featured 135 feature-length documentaries and 126 short documentaries.  Included were 28 world premieres and 27 U.S. premieres.

Three juries selected films from the festival’s Viewfinders, Metropolis, and Shorts sections to recognize for their outstanding achievements in form and content.

“City Dream” was awarded the grand jury prize in the Viewfinders’ section, “Maurice Hines: Bring Them Back” won the grand jury prize in the Metropolis section, and “Bob in the Park” took home the grand jury prize in the festival’s Shorts section.

See the complete list of winners at DOC NYC.


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