Pedophile Priest Film Vies for Documentary Prize
By Gregg Kilday
November 2, 2006
Los Angeles (Hollywood Reporter) - "Deliver Us From Evil," which examines the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic church, and "Iraq in Fragments," in which Iraqis recount life during wartime, are among the films nominated for the 22nd annual Distinguished Documentary Achievement Awards.
The other three nominated feature documentaries, announced Wednesday by the International Documentary Assn., were: the political-campaign saga "Can Mr. Smith Get to Washington Anymore?," the Broadway expose "Showbusiness: A Season to Remember" and the displaced-musician story "Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars."
The short documentaries nominated were: "The Blood of Yingzhou District," "The Diary of Immaculee," "Angel's Fire" (Fuego de Angel), "The Short History of Sweet Potato Pie & How it Became a Flying Saucer," and "The Wild Sheep, and the Fox and Love."
The winners will be announced during a ceremony at the Directors Guild of America Theater in Los Angeles on December 8.
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