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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” topped the Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards, handed out Saturday night in Brooklyn, New York.

The critically acclaimed film and box-office hit about late children’s TV host Fred Rogers won for best documentary, director (Morgan Neville), and editing.

“Free Solo” also won three honors for best sports documentary, innovative documentary, and cinematography.

Well-received “RBG,” which profiles Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was named best political documentary, while the Quincy Jones doc, “Quincy,” won the prize for best music documentary.

See the complete list of winners at The Hollywood Reporter.

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