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Waltz With Bashir big winner at Cinema Eye Honors

The Cinema Eye Honors for Non-fiction Filmmaking, now in its second year, celebrated those who contributed to creating the best docs of the year. Created by producer AJ Schnack and with co-chair and TIFF doc programmer Thom Powers and founding sponsor Indiepix on hand, the awards were given to: Up The Yangtze's Yung Chang for debut feature and audience choice award; Encounter at the End of the World's Peter Zeitlinger for outstanding cinematography; Man on Wire's Jinx Godfrey for outstanding editing ,Simon Chinn for outstanding production, director James Marsh and producer Simon Chinn for outstanding achievement in non-fiction filmmaking; and the big winner, Waltz with Bashir's Ari Folman for international feature and outstanding direction, Yoni Goodman & David Polansky for graphic design and animation, and Max Richter for music composition.
April 6, 2009

The Cinema Eye Honors for Non-fiction Filmmaking, now in its second year, celebrated those who contributed to creating the best docs of the year. Created by producer AJ Schnack and with co-chair and TIFF doc programmer Thom Powers and founding sponsor Indiepix on hand, the awards were given to: Up The Yangtze‘s Yung Chang for debut feature and audience choice award; Encounter at the End of the World‘s Peter Zeitlinger for outstanding cinematography; Man on Wire‘s Jinx Godfrey for outstanding editing ,Simon Chinn for outstanding production, director James Marsh and producer Simon Chinn for outstanding achievement in non-fiction filmmaking; and the big winner, Waltz with Bashir‘s Ari Folman for international feature and outstanding direction, Yoni Goodman & David Polansky for graphic design and animation, and Max Richter for music composition.

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Daniele Alcinii is a news reporter at realscreen, the leading international publisher of non-fiction film and television industry news and content. He joins the rs team with journalism experience following a stint out west with Sun Media in Edmonton's Capital Region, and communications work in Melbourne, Australia and Toronto. You can follow him on Twitter at @danielealcinii.

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