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Wednesday, Jun. 23, 2021
Among the latest batch of Peabody Award winners are "I May Destroy You" in the Entertainment competition, and "Collective" and "Crip Camp" in the Documentary rundown.
This year’s 30 winners, selected by The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors, are being announced throughout the week.. These...
Tuesday, May. 4, 2021
"Small Axe," "I May Destroy You," "Ted Lasso," "The Good Lord Bird," "Crip Camp" Among Peabody Award Nominees
The Peabody Awards board of jurors has selected 60 nominees that represent the most compelling and empowering stories released in broadcasting and streaming media during 2020.
Among the projects recognized were Small Axe, I May Destroy You, Ted Lasso, The Good Lord Bird and ...
Wednesday, Apr. 14, 2021
"Crip Camp," "Feeling Through," "Sound of Metal" Spark Hope That Oscar Moment Can Become A Movement For The Disabled
Right down to its production design, the Oscars have not always felt like the most welcoming place for the disabled.
"I've always seen that stage with its stairs as a symbol that they don't expect people who had mobility issues to be nominated or to win an award," said Jim LeBrecht, the...
Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021
Crip Camp (Netflix) came up big at this evening’s (1/16) 36th annual IDA Documentary Awards, winning the marquee Best Feature honor as well as the ABC News VideoSource Award for the best use of news footage. Directed by Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht, Crip Camp introduces us...
Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020
"Crip Camp," "MLK/FBI," "Time" and "The Truffle Hunters" Among Films Earning Multiple IDA Documentary Award Nominations
The International Documentary Association (IDA) has unveiled the nominees for the 36th Annual IDA Documentary Awards. Among the films leading the pack are Crip Camp, MLK/FBI, Time and The Truffle Hunters with multiple nominations, including earning marquee distinction spanning...
Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020
During the thunderous reception for the celebratory disability-rights documentary "Crip Camp" at the Sundance Film Festival, the loudest response came when disability advocate Judith Heumann, one of the film's chief personalities, wheeled on stage.
"It was as loud as a jet airplane...