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BAFTA Award for Best Documentary

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This page lists the winners for the BAFTA Award for Best Documentary, formerly known as the Robert Flaherty Award, for each year. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), is a British organisation that hosts annual awards shows for movie, television, children's movie and television, and interactive media. There was a documentary award between 1948 and 1990. In 2012, the Academy re-introduced this category.[1]

Award winners[change | change source]

- means Academy Award winner

Year Movie
1948 Louisiana Story
1949 Daybreak in Udi
1950 The Undefeated
1951 Beaver Valley
1952 Royal Journey
1953 The Conquest of Everest
1954 The Great Adventure (Det Stora äventyret)
1955 The Vanishing Prairie
1956 On the Bowery
1957 Journey Into Spring
1958 Glass (Glas)
1959 The Savage Eye
1960 Dispute
1961 Volcano (Le Rendezvous du diable)
1962 Four Line Conics
1963 Individual Honour
1964 Nobody Waved Good-bye
1965 Tokyo Olympiad
1966 Goal! The World Cup
1967 To Die in Madrid
1968 In Need of Special Care
1969 Prologue
1970 Sad Song of Yellow Skin
1971 The Hellstrom Chronicle
1972 Cutting Oils and Fluids
1973 Grierson
1974 Cree Hunters of Mistassini
1975 The Early Americans
1976 The Canadians (Los Canadienses)
1978 The Silent Witness
1979 The Tree of Wooden Clogs
1981 Soldier Girls
1983 Schindler
1984 28 Up
1985 Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story
1986 Shoah
1987 Baka – People of the Rainforest
1988 Death on the Rock
1989 Four Hours in My Lai
2011 Senna

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