The New Yorker wins documentary film award

A short documentary produced by The New Yorker Studios/Condé Nast Entertainment, has scooped the prestigious Critics Choice Documentary Award in the best short documentary category.

Nuisance Bear follows polar bears as they clash with tourists, wildlife officers, and the residents of a small Canadian town.

The short film was also nominated for best science/nature documentary and best cinematography – the only short film to receive nods in either category.

The New Yorker Studios received another nomination at the Critics Choice Awards, with Stranger at the Gate – recounting the story of how a former U.S. Marine with post-traumatic stress disorder planned to attack Muslims in Indiana until an unexpected encounter with faith – also nominated in the best short documentary category.

Nuisance Bear website


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