A Great Year for The Interrupters

An amazing year for The Interrupters ends with the film receiving multiple placings on lists of the Best Films and/or Best Documentaries of 2011. The film has been such a critical success that P.O.V. declared it "The Best Documentary of 2011"; Steve James was named "Film Person of the Year" by Paste Magazine, and interrupter Ameena Matthews was chosen as "Chicagoan of the Year in Film" by The Chicago Tribune!
 
Here's a full rundown of the many other Top 10 placings and plaudits The Interrupters has received from critics. Thank you to everyone who has supported the film this year!
 

 
The film also recently picked up a few more new awards nominations:
Winner! Chicago Film Critics Society, Best Documentary of 2011.
Nominee: Online Film Critics Society, Best Documentary of 2011.
Nominee: Alliance of Women Film Journalists, Best Documentary of 2011.
Nominee: Vancouver Film Critics Circle, Best Documentary of 2011.
Nominee: Dallas Film Critics Association, Best Documentary of 2011.
Nominee: Filmspotting, Golden Brick Awards 2011.
 
We also want to highlight this discussion of the film, from Press TV's 'CinePolitics' show. During the show, critic Ian Haydn Smith, editor of the International Film Guide, called The Interrupters "one of the most important films about American society made in the last 10-15 years."
 
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