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A Lion in the House wins at the Emmys

A Lion in the House wins at the Emmys

A Lion in the House, the devastating, cleansing documentary that Reverse Shot helped to secure theatrical distribution in 2006, has won the Exceptional Merit in Nonfiction Filmmaking award at the Emmys. Congratulations to filmmakers Steve Bognar (fourth from the left) and Julia Reichert (fifth from the right) for their hugely deserved prize.
And as if to sweeten the deal, their toughest competitor, Spike Lee, didn’t go home empty-handed either, tying with them for his immensely worthy epic When the Levees Broke.

Congratulations to all, from Reverse Shot.

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