TFI Alumni Receive Cinema Eye Nods

The Cinema Eye Honors, which in its 8th year awards the films and filmmakers who have made the best non-fiction work of the year, have announced their 2015 nominees and we're happy to present here the TFI-supported projects that are in the running. The awards get handed out on January 7 at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.

The Case Against 8 (Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund alum) received three nominations:

Outstanding Achievement in Editing (Kate Amend)

Outstanding Achievement in Production (Ben Cotner and Ryan White)

Audience Choice Prize


E-TEAM (Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund alum) got two:

Outstanding Achievement in Production (Katy Chevigny, Ross Kauffman and Marilyn Ness)

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography (Ross Kauffman and Rachel Beth Anderson)

The film is also highlighted in The Unforgettables category, which notes the year's significant film subjects (Anna Neistat)


Evolution of a Criminal (Tribeca All Access®) is nominated for Outstanding Achievement in a Debut Feature Film (Darius Clark Monroe).

The Great Invisible (Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund) got a nod for Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Score (David Wingo).

Point and Shoot (Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund) received a nomination for Best Editing (Marshall Curry) and is part of The Unforgettables category (Matthew Van Dyke).

Art and Craft (TFI Documentary Fund) is in The Unforgettables category for its main character Mark Landis.