Laura Poitras’s Op-Doc, a ‘Frontline’ Episode and Two Films by Eva Weber Are Shorts Finalists for the 2014 Cinema Eye Honors

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The Cinema Eye Honors announced the 15 finalists for its 2014 nominations in the short film category today. Here are the titles in alphabetical order followed by the full film or a trailer:

Black Out (Eva Weber, 47min.)

Bradley Manning Had Secrets (Adam Butcher, 6min.)

Coffee Time (Elvakaffe) (Maria Fredriksson, 14min.)

Da Vinci (Yuri Ancarani, 25min.)

Death of a Prisoner (Laura Poitras, 9min.)

I Kill (David White and Paul Wedel, 10min.)

Magnetic Reconnection (Kyle Armstrong, 13min.)

Marcel, King of Tervuren (Tom Schroeder, 6min.)

Nile Perch (Josh Gibson, 17min.)

Outlawed in Pakistan (Habiba Nosheen and Hilke Schellmann, 40min.)

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Pouters (Paul Fegan, 17min.)

Reindeer (aka Reindeer Wrangling) (Eva Weber, 4min.)

The Roper (Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands, 6min.)

Slomo (Joshua Izenberg, 18min.)

A Story for the Modlins (Sergio Oksman, 26min.)

Our own Daniel Walber reviewed A Story for the Modlins for Film School Rejects at last year’s NYFF.

The Cinema Eye Honors nominations will be announced in November. The 7th Annual Cinema Eye Honors will be held in January.

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Christopher Campbell is the founding editor of Nonfics.