Hot Docs 2021 Awards Presentation

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Film Info
Runtime:60
Copyright:2021
Country Listing:Canada
Festival Info
Festival Year:2021
Language:English
Accessibility:Closed Captions
Program Category:Special Events
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Description

On Friday, May 7, we presented 11 awards and $67,000 to Canadian and international filmmakers at our annual awards presentation. Awards and prizes include:

Betty Youson Award for Best Canadian Short Documentary, supported by John and Betty Youson
$3,000 prize courtesy of John and Betty Youson
 
Best International Short Documentary
$3,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Don Haig Award
$5,000 courtesy of the Don Haig Foundation
 
Don Haig Pay It Forward
$5,000 prize and 2022 Festival Pass courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Best Mid-Length Documentary, sponsored by British Pathé
$5,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
The Lindalee Tracey Award, supported by the Lindalee Tracey Fund and SIM
$5,000 prize from the Lindalee Tracey Fund, $5,000 in post-production services from SIM  and hand-blown glass sculpture by Andrew Kuntz
 
Emerging Canadian Filmmaker Award
$3,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Special Jury Prize – Canadian Feature Documentary, sponsored by DGC National and DGC Ontario
$5,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Best Canadian Feature Documentary, sponsored by DOC and Telefilm Canada
$10,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Emerging International Filmmaker Award, supported by the Donner Canadian Foundation
$3,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Special Jury Prize – International Feature Documentary, sponsored by A&E
$5,000 prize courtesy of Hot Docs
 
Best International Feature Documentary, supported by the Panicaro Foundation
$10,000 prize courtesy of the Panicaro Foundation

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