Best Local Filmmaker 

Doug Hawes-Davis

Readers' Pick

News about Libby sent shockwaves through western Montana, but it was really the many-layered story that filmmakers Doug Hawes-Davis and Drury Gunn Carr told through their 2004 documentary Libby, Montana that elicited true emotion about the horror of what happened. That’s what a good documentary filmmaker does, and Hawes-Davis gets Missoula’s vote because he taps into our emotional tickers and makes us care. Be on the lookout for the latest example of his award-winning work with his look at an Ed Abbey-style activist in Brave New West.


2. Gita Saedi

3. Andy Smetanka

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)


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