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BASHIR WINS FOUR AWARDS AT 2nd CINEMA EYE HONORS

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in Filmmaking
on Mar 30, 2009


Ari Folman‘s Waltz With Bashir took home four awards including Outstanding Achievement in Direction at last night’s Cinema Eye Honors, which highlight the year’s achievements in non-fiction. Handed out by the event’s creators — filmmaker AJ Schnack and Thom Powers, documentary programmer for the Toronto International Film Festival — at the Times Center in the New York Times building, James Marsh‘s Oscar winning doc Man on Wire was awarded the evening’s big award, Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction, along with two other prizes. Yung Chang‘s Up the Yangtze won the Debut Feature award as well as Audience Choice.

The full list of winners are below.

Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction Feature Filmmaking
MAN ON WIRE
directed by James Marsh; produced by Simon Chinn

Outstanding Achievement in Direction
Ari Folman for WALTZ WITH BASHIR

Outstanding Achievement in Production
Simon Chinn for MAN ON WIRE

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Peter Zeitlinger for ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD

Outstanding Achievement in Editing
Jinx Godfrey for MAN ON WIRE

Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design and Animation
Yoni Goldman & David Polonsky for WALTZ WITH BASHIR

Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition
Max Richter for WALTZ WITH BASHIR

Outstanding Achievement in International Feature
WALTZ WITH BASHIR
directed by Ari Folman; produced by Ari Folman, Serge Lalou, Gerhard
Meixner, Yael Nahlieli & Roman Paul

Outstanding Achievement in Debut Feature
UP THE YANGTZE
directed by Yung Chang

Audience Choice Award
UP THE YANGTZE
directed by Yung Chang

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