2017 IDA Documentary Awards Winners

The 33rd annual IDA Documentary Awards were hosted Maz Jobrani at Los Angeles’ Paramount Theatre. And the winners are:

 

Best Feature

Dina
Directors/Producers: Antonio Santini and Dan Sickles
The Orchard

Best Short

Edith+Eddie
Director: Laura Checkoway
Producer: Thomas Lee Wright
Kartemquin Films

Creative Recognition Award Winners

Best Cinematography
Machines
Cinematography by: Rodrigo Trejo Villanueva
Kino Lorber

Best Editing

Dawson City: Frozen Time
Edited by: Bill Morrison
Kino Lorber

Best Music

Brimstone & Glory
Original Score by: Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin
Oscilloscope Laboratories

Best Writing

Donkeyote
Written by: Chico Pereira, Manuel Pereira and Gabriel Molera
Scottish Documentary Institute

Pare Lorentz Award

Watani: My Homeland (Recipient)
Director: Marcel Mettelsiefen

Intent to Destroy (Special Mention)
Director: Joe Berlinger

ABC News VideoSource Award

LA 92 
Directors: Dan Lindsay & TJ Martin
National Geographic

Best Curated Series Award

Independent Lens
Executive Producers: Lois Vossen and Sally Jo Fifer
PBS

Best Limited Series

The Defiant Ones
Executive Producers: Allen Hughes, Doug Pray, Andrew Kosove, Broderick Johnson, Laura Lancaster, Jerry Longarzo, Michael Lombardo, and Gene Kirkwood
HBO

Best Episodic Series Award

Planet Earth II
Executive Producer: Michael Gunton
BBC AMERICA/BBC Worldwide

Best Short Form Series Award

The New York Times Op-Docs 
Executive Producer: Kathleen Lingo
The New York Times

David L. Wolper Student Documentary Award

Man on Fire
Director: Joel Fendelman
Producer: James Chase Sanchez
University of Texas, Austin

 



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