CPH:DOX 2014 awards

CPH:DOX. Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Look of Silence" has been awarded the DOX:AWARD. Read on for the full list of winners at this year's CPH:DOX and see the list of films to be streamed for free on 16 and 17 November.

Joshua Oppenheimer was the big winner at this year's CPH:DOX as his film "The Look of Silence" won the festival's main award, the DOX:AWARD. Camilla Nielsson's "Democrats" received a Special Mention in this category. Another Danish production, "Olmo & the Seagull" by Lea Glob and Petra Costa, won the NORDIC:DOX award. See the full list of winners below.

CPH:DOX has also announced the list of films that will be available for free streaming in cooperation with Doc Alliance. Over the course of 48 hours, on 16 and 17 November, the following five films will be screened online: "Web," "The Iron Ministry," "Palestine Marathon," American Interior" and "Me and Dad – No Expectations of Applause". You can read more about the films and stream them on the Doc Alliance website.

Due to popular demand there will be several extra screenings at this year's festival. For the full list and to order tickets, head over to the CPH:DOX ticket site.

Awards at CPH:DOX 2014

"The Look of Silence" by Joshua Oppenheimer
Special Mention: "Democrats" by Camilla Nielsson

"Olmo & the Seagull" by Lea Glob & Petra Costa
Special Mention: "In the Country" by Anders Jedenfors

"E-Team" by Katy Chevigny & Ross Kaufmann
Special Mention: "Virunga" by Orlando Von Einsiedel

"The Dent" by Basim Magdy

Audience Award
"Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story" by Grant Baldwin

Reel Talent Award
The award is shared between Lea Glob ("Olmo & the Seagull") and Camilla Nielsson ("Democrats")

See all jury motivations on cphdox.dk

The awards ceremony was held Friday, 14 November, at the d'Angleterre hotel in Copenhagen.

CPH:DOX 2014 6-16 November 2014