Crepe CampNetflix’s documentary about the unique summer camp for disabled children and its role in advancing the disability rights movement won Best Film in International Documentary Association‘s IDA Awards, In something annoying.
The film, directed by Nicole Newnham and Jim Lieberecht (the latter attended honorary camp as a teen), also won an ABC News VideoSource Award, in recognition of its skillful use of archival video from the 1970s to the 1990s.
“I want to thank everyone at Camp Gend, the staff, the counselors and the camp,” Lieberecht said emotionally when he, Newnham and producer Sarah Boulder accepted the award. “My life set a course when I went there and you are all responsible for this – you are a big part of this award.”
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“The hippie teens and counselors at Camp Jennade could never have imagined the widespread impact their short utopian community would have on disability civil rights around the world. But they dared to imagine the possibility of a better, more inclusive world. We thought the overwhelming story it tells. Society, and a movie about their story, can help continue their work. “
Newnham thanked, among other things, the executive producers Barack and Michelle Obama. The former president and the first lady’s production company, Higher Ground, produced Crepe Camp.
Go to night, Amazon Studios time It was a favorite for Best Picture, having won a slew of Academy Awards, including the Gotham Award for Best Documentary Film (Tie with A thousand cuts). But time, Directed by Garrett Bradley, did not leave the IDA Awards empty-handed. Bradley was named Best Director and also received the previously announced Emerging Director’s Award.
Bradley shouted to the family telling her story in the movie: Sybil Fox Richardson (aka Fox Rich) and her husband Rob. time It explores Fox Rich’s two-decade effort to win the release of Rob, who was sentenced to 60 years in prison for armed robbery.
Bradley noted, “It has been a great privilege and honor to work with Fox, Rob, Miss Peggy and the entire Richardson family, in bringing their love story, which transcends all time and space, to the world.”
time They might flock in time for the Oscars. The IDA Awards have proven to be an unproven indicator of Oscars’ success. At the last IDA Awards For Sama It won an IDA Award for Best Feature, however American factoryOf Obama’s Higher Ground Productions, to get an Oscar. In fact, in the last five years, he won Best IDA Documentary just once for his 2016 Little Oscar statuette. OJ: Made in America.
In yet another Netflix victory, the short broadcast movie John was trying to contact the aliensIt won an IDA Award for Best Short Film. Director Matthew Kilb agreed with his story about an electronics enthusiast who built a massive radio transmitter at his home in the 1970s, hoping to communicate with aliens.
“It’s really a story about connection and love,” Killip noted in his acceptance notes. “I am very happy to have found an audience.”
Netflix Document Matt Dick JohnsonDirected by Kirsten Johnson, it won two awards per night, for Best Editing and Best Writing. Netflix series Last chance u Won Best Casual Series.
The IDA Award for Best Musical Documentary Film went to Universe, Directed by Nicholas Kepzera and Sam Osborne, and is a film about Miles Davis’ unrecorded piece of music.
The American experience, The long-running PBS landmark, won Best Curated Series over the PBS competitor American Masters And three other candidates.
The best multi-part documentary went to the HBO series The Missing and Murdered in Atlanta: The Missing Children. Among the program directors and executive producers is Sam Pollard, who received the IDA Career Achievement Award. His documentary film MLK / FBI have also been nominated for Best Film.
See the full list of winners below:
The best feature
Crepe Camp (USA / Netflix. Directors and Producers: Nicole Newnham and Jim Lieberecht. Producer: Sarah Boulder)
Jarrett Bradley (time. USA / Amazon Studios, Concordia Studio, New York Times)
Best Short Film
John was trying to contact the aliens (USA / Netflix; Director and Producer: Matthew Killip)
Best Curated Series
The American experience (USA / PBS; Executive Producers: Susan Bellows and Mark Sammiles)
Best episodic series
Last chance u (USA / Netflix; Director and Executive Producer: Greg Whitley; Executive Producers: Joe
Labrasio, James De Stern, Lucas Smith, Andrew Fried, Dane Lilliard)
Best Multi-Part Documentary Film
The Missing and Murdered in Atlanta: The Missing Children (USA / HBO. Directors and Executive Producers: Sam Pollard, Maru Chirmayev, Joshua Bennett, Jeff Dupree. Executive Producers: John Legend, Mike Jackson, Tay Stiklerius, Nancy Abraham, Lisa Heller)
The best short series
POV pants (USA / PBS; Producer: Opal H. Bennett; Executive Producers: Justin Nagan, Chris White)
Best audio documentary
Somebody (USA / Topic Studios, The Intercept, The Invisible Institute, and iHeartRadio, in association with Tenderfoot TV. Reporters and Producers: Alison Flowers, Bill Healy, and Sarah Geis. Host: Shapearl Wells. Reporters: Sam Stecklow, Annie Nguyen and Kahari Blackburn, Rajiv Sinclair, Henry Adams, Matilda Vujak, Dana Prosost Kelleher, Frances MacDonald, Diana Akmajian, Andrew Van and Maddie Anderson; Associate Producer: Eileen Glover; Executive Producers: Jimmy Calvin, Maria Zuckerman, Christy Griesman, Little Mollad)
Best Musical Documentary Film
Universe (USA. Directors: Sam Osborne and Nicholas Cabzera. Producers: Esther Derry and Lea Natasha Thomas)
David L. Wolper Student Documentary Award
People like me (USA / University of California Santa Cruz; Director / Producer: Maroc Sedgwick, Associate Editor: Jackson Patrick Sternen)
Earth is blue like an orange (Ukraine, Lithuania. Cinematographer: Vyacheslav Tsvetkov)
The best montage
Matt Dick Johnson (USA / Netflix; Editor: Nels Bangerter)
The best writing
Matt Dick Johnson (USA / Netflix. Writers: Niels Bangerter and Kirsten Johnson)
My octopus teacher (USA / Netflix. Composer: Kevin Smuts)
ABC News VideoSource Award
Crepe Camp (USA / Netflix. Directors / Producers: Nicole Newnham, Jim Lieberecht; Producer: Sarah Boulder)
Barry Lorentz Award
My octopus teacher (USA / Netflix)
Director: Pippa Ehrlich, James Reed
Producer: Craig Foster
Crepe Camp (USA / Netflix)
Directors / Producers: Nicole Newnham, Jim Lieberecht
Producer: Sarah Boulder
Regina K. Scully
Career Achievement Award
Sam Pollard (MLK / FBI)
Courage Under Fire Award
David France, David Esteve and Olga Baranova (Welcome to Chechnya)
Emerging Documentary Director Award
Jarrett Bradley (time)
Truth to Power Award
Maria Risa Wrabler (A thousand cuts)