“STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie” and “The Territory” Among Sundance-Supported Projects Nominated for the 2023 Emmys

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It’s Emmy season, and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has spoken. We’re thrilled to see that six Sundance Festival projects have made the list for the 2023 Emmys, which are scheduled to take place September 18.

Among the nominees are Davis Guggenheim’s touching documentary about Michael J. Fox, which picked up a whopping seven nominations, and Alex Pritz’s powerful doc The Territory, which nabbed three noms.

Below, check out the full list of 2023 Emmy nominees that have screened at the Sundance Film Festival, and be sure to root for them this September. Congratulations to these outstanding projects!

Outstanding Cinematography For A Nonfiction Program 

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

The Territory (supported by the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program)

Outstanding Directing For A Documentary/Nonfiction Program

Judy Blume Forever 

Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields 

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

The Territory

A helmeted person on a motorbike rides through burning foliage.
A still from “The Territory”

Outstanding Picture Editing For A Nonfiction Program

Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields 

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

Outstanding Music Composition For A Documentary Series Or Special

(Original Dramatic Score)

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Special

Judy Blume Forever 

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

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A still from “Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields”

Exceptional Merit In Documentary Filmmaking

Aftershock (supported by Sundance Institute’s Catalyst Forum)

Last Flight Home 

The Territory 

Outstanding Sound Editing For A Nonfiction Or Reality Program (Single Or

Multi-Camera)

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Nonfiction Program (Single Or Multi-Camera)

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie 

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After premiering at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, Channing Godfrey Peoples’s debut feature is hitting digital platforms this Juneteenth—the day for which the film is named and which is very close to the director’s heart. “I feel like I’ve been living Miss Juneteenth my whole life,” she says.
The June 19 holiday—which commemorates the day slavery was finally abolished in Texas (more than two years after the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation was issued)—is celebrated in her hometown of Fort Worth with a deep sense of reverence and community, with barbecues, a parade, and a scholarship pageant for young Black women.

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