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“Undefeated,” “Page One,” “Nim,” vie for Critics’ Choice Award

High school football film Undefeated (pictured), New York Times-set doc Page One and chimpanzee story Project Nim are among the nominees for the best doc prize at the Broadcast Film Critics Association's 17th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards.
December 13, 2011

High school football film Undefeated (pictured), New York Times-set doc Page One and chimpanzee story Project Nim are among the nominees for the best documentary prize at the Broadcast Film Critics Association’s 17th annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards.

The docs are competing in a category of six nominees, with the other contenders being Martin Scorsese’s George Harrison: Living in the Material World, Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams and Cindy Meehl’s Buck.

The winner will be named at the Critics Choice Awards ceremony at the Hollywood Palladium in LA on January 12, 2012. Last year’s doc winner was Davis Guggenheim’s Waiting for “Superman.”

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