The International Documentary Association (IDA) has announced this year’s nominees for the organization’s 38th annual awards.
“We are thrilled to celebrate the achievements of such a stellar group of films and programs from around the world. We look forward to celebrating these exceptional works, which not only inspire the realm of documentary, but also change the real world at home. “worldwide. Congratulations to the IDA staff, selection committee, and jury members from around the world who helped bring together this extraordinary group of nominees.” – said Grace Lee and Chris Pérez, Co-Chairs of the Board of administration of the IDA.
Among the nominees, five alumni of the 2022 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival are recognized and listed below.
For a complete list of all nominees, please visit the IDA website. The winners will be announced on December 10.
Best Documentary Feature
Mija (USA | Disney+ | Director: Isabel Castro | Producers: Tabitha Breese, Yesenia Tlahuel)
Navalny (USA, Germany, Russian Federation | Warner Bros. Pictures, CNN Films, HBO Max | Director: Daniel Roher | Producers: Odessa Rae, Diane Becker, Melanie Miller, Shane Boris)
Best Documentary Short
ᎤᏕᏲᏅ (What They’ve Been Taught) (USA | Reciprocity Project, Nia Tero, Upstander Project, REI Co-op Studios, LA Times Short Docs | Director: Brit Hensel | Producers: Taylor Hensel, Adam Mazo, Kavita Pillay, Tracy Rector)
The Silent Shore (France | The New Yorker, Condé Nast Entertainment | Directors/Producers: Nathalie Giraud, Timothée Corteggiani | Producer: Anne Bruneau)
Nominated for Best TV Documentary or Miniseries
Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes (UK | HBO Documentary Films/HBO Max | Director/Producer: James Jones | Producers: Serhiy Solodko, Sasha Odynova | Executive Producers: Darren Kemp, Hayley Reynolds)