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Advance IDA awards announced

Although Anvil! The Story of Anvil didn't make the cut for the Oscar documentary short list, it is still taking an award home after being named best music doc by the International Documentary Association. Other winners announced by the IDA in advance of the awards ceremony are PBS' 'POV' series, produced by American Documentary, won the Continuing Series Award; Sundance Channel's Architecture School, a six-part series from Michael Selditch and Stan Bertheaud claimed the Limited Series category; Mai Iskander's Garbage Dreams nabbed the new IDA/Humanitas Award; Irene Taylor Brodsky's Oscar-nominated short The Final Inch won the IDA/Pare Lorentz Award; while the IDA/ABC News VideoSource Award went to 'We Shall Remain' episode Wounded Knee from director/producer Stanley Nelson, produced by WGBH with Native American Public Television.
December 2, 2009

Although Anvil! The Story of Anvil didn’t make the cut for the Oscar documentary short list, it is still taking an award home after being named best music doc by the International Documentary Association. Other winners announced by the IDA in advance of the awards ceremony are PBS’ ‘POV’ series, produced by American Documentary, won the Continuing Series Award; Sundance Channel’s Architecture School, a six-part series from Michael Selditch and Stan Bertheaud claimed the Limited Series category; Mai Iskander’s Garbage Dreams nabbed the new IDA/Humanitas Award; Irene Taylor Brodsky’s Oscar-nominated short The Final Inch won the IDA/Pare Lorentz Award; while the IDA/ABC News VideoSource Award went to ‘We Shall Remain’ episode Wounded Knee from director/producer Stanley Nelson, produced by WGBH with Native American Public Television.

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