ITVS Docs Hold Their Own at the 2012 IDA Awards

Posted on December 10, 2012

Well, it looks like some holiday cheer came early for two ITVS films! Both The Island President and Bitter Seeds won awards at the 2012 IDA Documentary Awards.

The IDA Documentary Awards celebrate outstanding achievement in documentary filmmaking and on Friday night in Los Angeles, two ITVS films received special recognition at the 28th annual IDA Awards Gala. The Island President picked up the Pare Lorentz Award, while Bitter Seeds was awarded the Humanitas Documentary Award. 

Pare Lorentz Award

The Island President by Jon Shenk 

Humanitas Documentary Award

Bitter Seeds by Micha Peled 

 

Please join us in congratulating the filmmakers!

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