Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang’s acclaimed One Child Nation and David Hambridge’s Kifaru were among the winners at the 22nd annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival announced Sunday (April 7).
Wang and Zhang picked up the Reva and David Logan grand jury award for their award-winning feature One Child Nation (pictured), which delves into China’s one-child policy and how it reverberated through generations. Earlier this year, Amazon Studios acquired the feature, which took home the 2019 Sundance Film Festival grand jury prize.
Kifaru, which follows the last male northern white rhino in existence in Sudan, took home two awards at the Durham, North Carolina-based festival, including the Full Frame Audience Award for best feature film and the Full Frame Environmental Award.
Elsewhere, Sahra Mani’s A Thousand Girls Like Me was awarded the Center for Documentary Studies Filmmaker Award, while Whitney Legge’s One Thing in Nothing was honored with the Full Frame President’s Award.
The 22nd annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival took place from April 4 to 7 in Durham, North Carolina.
A full list of the 2019 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Award winners can be found below:
The Reva and David Logan Grand Jury Award
One Child Nation
Directors: Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang
Full Frame Jury Award for Best Short
Director: David de Rozas
Directors: André Hörmann and Anna Samo
Full Frame Audience Award – Feature
Directors: David Hambridge
Full Frame Audience Award – Short
Life Overtakes Me
Directors: John Haptas and Kristine Samuelson
Center for Documentary Studies Filmmaker Award
A Thousand Girls Like Me
Director: Sahra Mani
Charles E. Guggenheim Emerging Artist Award
Directors: Tania Hernández Velasco
Full Frame President’s Award
One Thing in Nothing
Director: Whitney Legge
Full Frame Environmental Award
Director: David Hambridge
Kathleen Bryan Edwards Award for Human Rights
Mossville: When Great Trees Fall
Director: Alexander John Glustrom