2014 Cinema Eye Honors Winners

The-Act-of-Killing-Key-Image-280x140The 7th annual Cinema Eye Honors, recognizing achievements in non-fiction film from 2013, took place last night in a ceremony at the Museum of the Moving Image, featuring opening remarks from Michael Moore and appearances by notable filmmakers including Steve James and Chris Hegedus, and 20 FEET FROM STARDOM‘s Lisa Fischer – one of the event’s “Unforgettable” nonfiction film subjects for 2013.

Here is the full list of winners:

Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature Filmmaking
THE ACT OF KILLING (pictured above)

Outstanding Achievement in Direction
Sarah Polley for STORIES WE TELL

Outstanding Achievement in Editing
Nels Bangerter for LET THE FIRE BURN

Audience Choice Prize
SOUND CITY

Outstanding Achievement in Production
Signe Byrge Sørensen for THE ACT OF KILLING

Outstanding Nonfiction Film for Television
THE CRASH REEL

Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Short Filmmaking
A STORY FOR THE MODLINS

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel for LEVIATHAN

Heterodox Award
POST TENEBRAS LUX

Outstanding Achievement in an Original Music Score
Yasuaki Shimizu for CUTIE AND THE BOXER

Spotlight Award
THE LAST STATION

Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design and Animation
Art Jail for CUTIE AND THE BOXER

Outstanding Achievement in a Debut Feature Film
Zachary Heinzerling for CUTIE AND THE BOXER

Legacy Award
HARLAN COUNTY, USA, directed and produced by Barbara Kopple

Hell Yeah Prize
Josh Fox for GASLAND, PART 2

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