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I Didn't See You There and Users among Cinema Eye nominees

Films by Stanford alum and faculty among nominees
In a reflection of an unmarked storefront is a grayish silhouette of a man using an electric wheelchair. Behind the man is a spectacular red and yellow circus tent. Underneath the photo is a magenta banner with three yellow semicircles and an orange circle, and the words “Sundance Film Festival 2022” in black.

Cinema Eye Honors, the organization founded in 2007 to celebrate outstanding artistry and craft in nonfiction filmmaking, has announced the full slate of nominees for its 16th Annual Awards Ceremony.

Reid Davenport's (MFA '16) debut feature I Didn't See You There (2022) is nominated for Outstanding Debut as well as for Outstanding Sound Design (by Tom Paul, Lead Sound Designer & Re-recording Mixer, and Andrés E. Marthe González, Supervising Sound Editor). Davenport's film is also listed among this year's Cinema Eye Honors Unforgettables.

Our new faculty member Natalia Almada's film Users (2021) is also nominated in two categories: Outstanding Cinematography (by Bennett Cerf) and Outstanding Original Score (by Dave Cerf).

The Awards Ceremony will take place at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens on Thursday, January 12, 2023.



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