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In a resounding victory at the eighth annual Critics Choice Documentary Awards, Apple TV+ has once again asserted its dominance in the world of premium content. The platform’s acclaimed film, “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” emerged as the undisputed champion, claiming victory in every category for which it was nominated.
Initially announced in 2022, the much-anticipated “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie” made its debut at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in January 2023, captivating audiences with its compelling narrative. The film’s subsequent availability on Apple TV+ further solidified its status as a must-watch production.
At the 2023 Critics Choice Documentary Awards, “Still” clinched victories across diverse facets of production, showcasing the film’s excellence in storytelling and craftsmanship. The accolades include Best Documentary Feature, Best Director awarded to Davis Guggenheim, Best Editing attributed to Michael Harte and Best Narration skillfully delivered by the iconic Michael J. Fox. The film also secured the title of Best Biographical Documentary, affirming its multidimensional impact.
The comprehensive triumph of “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie” left an indelible mark on the Critics Choice Association. Christopher Campbell, Vice President of Documentaries, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “This was another incredible night of celebrating documentaries as we reunited with familiar faces and welcomed so many new filmmakers to the event for the first time. Congratulations to all the winners, honorees, and everyone else who made our eighth show such a hit.”
In the fiercely contested Best Narration category, “Still” outshone its competition, including another Apple TV+ documentary, “John Lennon: Murder without a Trial,” narrated by Kiefer Sutherland. This victory further underscores the caliber of “Still” in a highly competitive landscape.
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While “Still” claimed its place at the summit, it’s worth noting the stiff competition it faced. “John Lennon: Murder without a Trial” may have fallen short in the Best Narration category, but it secured a notable victory as the Best True Crime Documentary, sharing the accolade with HBO’s “Telemarketers.”