Sundance Institute Archives

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Leading up to the 85th edition of the Academy Awards on Sunday, February 24, we’re profiling this year’s Sundance-supported Oscar nominees.5 Broken Cameras is the first-ever Palestinian film to be nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards.Directors Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi premiered 5 Broken Cameras at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, where they won the World Cinema Documentary Directing Award.Read more about the 5 Broken Cameras nomination here.Photo by Calvin Knight

Leading up to the 85th edition of the Academy Awards on Sunday, February 24, we’re profiling this year’s Sundance-supported Oscar nominees.

5 Broken Cameras
is the first-ever Palestinian film to be nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards.

Directors Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi premiered 5 Broken Cameras at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, where they won the World Cinema Documentary Directing Award.

Read more about the 5 Broken Cameras nomination here.

Photo by Calvin Knight

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