Independent Lens and ITVS Receive Nine Emmy Nominations

Posted on July 18, 2011

The Emmy nominations are in and several Independent Lens docs and ITVS-funded films have been recognized. You can find a complete list of all the nominated films after the jump. Congratulations to the filmmakers!

 

Independent Lens

 Art & Copy by filmmaker Doug Pray • Nominated for Outstanding Arts and Culture Programming

           

 


A Village Called Versailles by S. Leo Chiang • Nominated for Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story – Long Form

 

Deep Down (The Virtual Mine) by filmmakers Jen Gilomen and Sally Rubin • Nominated for New Approaches to News and Documentary Programming  

 

The Eyes of Me by filmmaker Keith Maitland • Nominated for Outstanding Graphic Design and Art Direction 

 

The Longoria Affair by filmmaker John J. Valadez • Nominated for Outstanding Historical Programming – Long Form

           

 


ITVS 

The Oath by Laura Poitras • Nominated for Best Documentary • Nominated for Outstanding Investigative Journalism – Long Form

 

Off and Running by filmmakers Nicole Opper and Sharese Bullock • Nominated for Outstanding International Programming – Long Form

  

A Promise to the Dead: The Exile Journey of Ariel Dorfman by filmmaker Peter Raymont • Nominated for Outstanding Editing

 

You can find the entire list of nominations for the 32nd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards on their website.

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