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Nettie Wild won!

She won!! What wonderful news on this beautiful spring day. Nettie Wild’s extraordinarily beautiful and powerful film, Koneline: our land beautiful, won the Best Canadian Feature Documentary award at Hot Docs tonight. Brava, Nettie. So well-deserved. I hope it will soon be in a cinema near you.

Hot Docs 2016 Festival Award Winners Announced

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On Friday, May 6, at a reception hosted by Garvia Bailey, host of Good Morning Toronto! on Jazz.FM91, at the Isabel Bader Theatre, 12 awards were presented to Canadian and international filmmakers, including awards for Festival films in competition and those recognizing emerging and established filmmakers.
Best Canadian Feature Documentary Award
KONELĪNE: our land beautiful (D: Nettie Wild; P: Betsy Carson; Canada)
Sponsored by the Documentary Organization of Canada, the award includes a $10,000 cash prize courtesy of Hot Docs.



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