Last night, PUMA and The BRITDOC Foundation announced that Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing (POV 2014) won the 2013 PUMA Impact Award. The Act of Killing investigates a murderous, oft-forgotten chapter of Indonesia’s history.

Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco’s Give Up Tomorrow (POV 2012) was included among the five PUMA Impact Award finalists. Each year, the PUMA Impact Award celebrates and honors documentary films that have made significant, positive impact on society of the environment.

Stephen Maing’s High Tech, Low Life (POV 2013) won the CTVC Best Newcomer Documentary Grierson Award at the 41st British Documentary Awards on Friday, November 8. View the full list of 2013 Grierson Award winners.

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