Laurie Anderson's "Heart of a Dog" Nominated for Three Cinema Eye Honors Awards

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Laurie Anderson's new film, Heart of a Dog, has been nominated for three Cinema Eye Honors awards for Nonfiction Filmmaking: Outstanding Achievement in Direction, Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design or Animation, and Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Score. The nominees were announced a reception in Copenhagen, Denmark, this evening. Winners will be announced at the 9th annual Cinema Eye Honors Ceremony on January 13, 2016, at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City. Heart of a Dog, now showing in select theaters, opens in additional theaters across the US this weekend.

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Laurie Anderson's new film, Heart of a Dog, has been nominated for three Cinema Eye Honors awards for Nonfiction Filmmaking: Outstanding Achievement in Direction, Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design or Animation, and Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Score. The nominees were announced a reception in Copenhagen, Denmark, this evening. Winners will be announced at the 9th annual Cinema Eye Honors Ceremony on January 13, 2016, at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.

The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking were founded in 2007 to recognize and honor excellence in nonfiction film. With her three nomination, Anderson is tied for most for most individual nominations this year with Alex Gibney for Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. Heart of a Dog was nominated for a Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Documentary last month.

Heart of a Dog began its theatrical run at the Film Forum in New York City last month and opened at the Nuart in Los Angeles last weekend. The film will open in additional theaters this coming weekend in California, Chicago, Maine, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas, and still more in the weeks that follow. To find a theater, visit heartofadogfilm.com.

The soundtrack recording, including all music and spoken text,is out now on Nonesuch Records, available on iTunes and the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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Laurie Anderson: "Heart of a Dog," Cinema Eye Honors 2016
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    Laurie Anderson's "Heart of a Dog" Nominated for Three Cinema Eye Honors Awards

    Laurie Anderson's new film, Heart of a Dog, has been nominated for three Cinema Eye Honors awards for Nonfiction Filmmaking: Outstanding Achievement in Direction, Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design or Animation, and Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Score. The nominees were announced a reception in Copenhagen, Denmark, this evening. Winners will be announced at the 9th annual Cinema Eye Honors Ceremony on January 13, 2016, at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.

    The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking were founded in 2007 to recognize and honor excellence in nonfiction film. With her three nomination, Anderson is tied for most for most individual nominations this year with Alex Gibney for Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief. Heart of a Dog was nominated for a Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Documentary last month.

    Heart of a Dog began its theatrical run at the Film Forum in New York City last month and opened at the Nuart in Los Angeles last weekend. The film will open in additional theaters this coming weekend in California, Chicago, Maine, Missouri, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas, and still more in the weeks that follow. To find a theater, visit heartofadogfilm.com.

    The soundtrack recording, including all music and spoken text,is out now on Nonesuch Records, available on iTunes and the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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