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Laura Poitras, Germany, USA, UK, 2014, 114’

Director: Laura Poitras  
MusicNick Murray
Cast: Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, William Binney
Editing: Mathilde Bonnefoy
Producers: Dirk Wilutzky, Laura Poitras, Mathilde Bonnefoy
Executive Producers: David Menschel, Sheila Nevins, Tom Quinn, Jeff Skoll, Steven Soderbergh, Diane Weyermann 
Production: Praxis Films



In January 2013, Laura Poitras started receiving anonymous encrypted e-mails from "CITIZENFOUR," who claimed to have evidence of illegal covert surveillance programmes run by the NSA in collaboration with other intelligence agencies worldwide. Five months later, she and reporters Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill flew to Hong Kong for the first of many meetings with the man who turned out to be Edward Snowden. She brought her camera with her. The resulting material exposes the world we live in and does not leave anybody indifferent concerning the issue of data protection in digital world.


Citizenfour2Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Laura Poitras is the middle daughter of Patricia "Pat" and James "Jim" Poitras. Poitras co-directed, produced, and shot her 2003 documentary - Flag Wars that earned series of nominations and awards. Poitras' other films include O' Say Can You See... (2003), Exact Fantasy (1995), as well as My Country, My Country (2006) which was also nominated for an Academy Award, then The Oath (2010), which won the Excellence in Cinematography for US Documentary at the 2010 at the Sundance Film Festival and, as third part of this trilogy, Citizenfour (2014).



  • Academy Award - Best Documentary Feature

  • German Film Awards for Best Documentary Film of 2015

  • Alliance of Women Film Journalists - Best Documentary Feature Film, Female Icon of the Year

  • American Cinema Editors - Best Edited Documentary Feature (Mathilde Bonnefoy)

  • Austin Film Critics Association – Best Documentary

  • BAFTA Awards – Best Documentary

  • Boston Society of Film Critics – Best Documentary

  • Cinema Eye Honors Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Feature, in Direction, in Editing & in Production

  • Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards - Best Documentary

  • Denver Film Critics Society - Best Documentary Film

  • Detroit Film Critics Society – Best Documentary

  • Directors Guild Award – Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary

  • Gotham Independent Film Awards – Best Documentary

  • Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival - Best Documentary Film

  • Houston Film Critics Society Awards - Best Documentary Feature

  • Independent Spirit Awards – Best Documentary

  • International Documentary Association – Best Feature

  • Iowa Film Critics Awards - Best Documentary

  • Kansas City Film Critics Circle – Best Documentary

  • Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards - Best Documentary

  • London Critics Circle Film Awards - Documentary of the Year

  • Los Angles Film Critics Association – Best Documentary/Non-Fiction Film

  • New York Film Critics Circle – Best Non-Fiction Film (Documentary)

  • National Society of Film Critics Awards - Best Non-Fiction Film

  • Palm Springs International Film Festival - Filmmakers Who Make a Difference Award

  • San Diego Film Critics Society Awards - Best Documentary

  • San Francisco Film Critics Circle - Best Documentary

  • Santa Barbara International Film Festival - Outstanding Director Award

  • Satellite Awards – Best Documentary Film

  • St. Louis Film Critics Association – Best Documentary Feature Film

  • Utah Film Critics Association Awards - Best Documentary Feature Film

  • Village Voice Film Poll - Best Documentary Feature Film

  • Women Film Critics Circle Awards - Courage in Filmmaking Award & Best Documentary by or About Women




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