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DOCURAMA FILMS, the only all-documentary film label in the marketplace, presents a limited-edition compilation of Oscar winners and nominees, highlighting some of the best work in non-fiction filmmaking to-date.
MARJOE (1973) * WINNER — Follow Marjoe Gortner, an evangelical preacher who eventually exposes himself as a fraud.
FROM MAO TO MOZART (1980) * WINNER — A culturally enriching film following virtuoso Isaac Stern on his one-month journey.
MAYA LIN: A STRONG CLEAR VISION (1994) * WINNER — A dramatic portrait of the origins of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and its creator Maya Lin.
MURDER ON A SUNDAY MORNING (2001) * WINNER — This suspenseful film follows the murder trial of 15 year old Brenton Buttler.
PAUL TAYLOR: DANCEMAKER (1998) * NOMINEE — A unique exploration of the creative mind and choreographer that that is Paul Taylor.
GENGHIS BLUES (1999) * NOMINEE — The story of a blind blues singer’s triumphant journey to the lost land of Tuva.
SOUND AND FURY (2000) * NOMINEE — A tale of the Artinians, a large family with over three generations of deaf members.
THE WEATHER UNDERGROUND (2004) * NOMINEE — A remarkable story tracing the rise and fall of a 70′s radical activist group.
SISTER ROSE’S PASSION (2005) * NOMINEE — A beautiful film chronicling the life of Sister Rose Thering, whose passion overcame all.
OPERATION HOMECOMING (2008) * NOMINEE — This pioneering film shares the powerful stories of American servicemen and women.More Info
Posted in Awards Sets & Collections, Docurama, Festival Standouts | Tagged from mao to mozart, genghis blues, genre: documentary, marjoe, maya lin: a strong clear vision, murder on a sunday morning, operation homecoming, paul taylor: dancemaker, sister rose's passion, sound and fury, the film buff, the weather underground
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