Buzz factors into race

Dawes, Amy
November 2005
Daily Variety;Nov2005 The Contenders, Vol. 289 Issue 33, p38
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The article focuses on the documentary films that are considered for the Oscars. "March of the Penguins" is the frontrunner of all the documentary films released with a 76 million dollar sales. Other documentary films competing for the award are "Murderball" and "Grizzly Man." The documentary film "Favela Rising" has already received awards. INSET: IDA Awards vs. Oscar winners.


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