Best Documentary Feature

Morgan Neville is an acclaimed American documentary filmmaker known for his compelling and emotionally resonant storytelling. 

Neville has built a distinguished career by exploring the lives and contributions of significant cultural icons. His documentary "20 Feet from Stardom," which shines a spotlight on the often-overlooked backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends, won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 2014.

Neville's "Won't You Be My Neighbor?,"  is a deeply moving portrait of Fred Rogers, which became one of the highest-grossing biographical documentaries of all time and won numerous awards, including the Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary. His film "They'll Love Me When I'm Dead," about Orson Welles' final unfinished film, and "Keith Richards: Under the Influence," a documentary on the Rolling Stones guitarist, further exemplify his ability to capture the essence of his subjects.

Neville's extensive list of awards includes multiple Grammy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, and a Peabody Award, underscoring his significant contributions to the field of documentary filmmaking. His work is celebrated for its depth, and humanity.

Morgan Neville sits with arms folded in center frame. He looks kinda sad in a way. Not sure why because he is great.
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