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Oscars: 'Inside Job' wins for documentary feature

Doc “Inside Job” won the Oscar for documentary feature at the 83rd Academy Awards on Sunday night. “Inside Job” is an exploration of the causes and corollaries of the 2008 financial crisis. The award goes to Charles Ferguson and Audrey Marrs.

“Inside Job” competed against “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” “Gasland,” Restrepo” and “Waste Land.” Previously, the film received the Directors Guild Award for directional achievement in documentary and the documentary screenplay prize at the Writers Guild Awards.

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-- Rick Rojas

Photo: Oprah Winfrey hands the Oscars to Charles Ferguson left, and Audrey Marrs for documentary feature for "Inside Job." Credit: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times.

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More proof that Hollywood just doesn't get it. RESTREPO should have been the winner hands down. God Bless the brave men and women that serve our country.

A movie about Greed and Corruption wins??!! The Academy overlooks a TRUE war movie, RESTREPO. Epic Fail on the Academy's part. You let Hurt Locker win?????? And nothing for RESTREPO? Lame.



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