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|Directed by||David Modigliani|
|Edited by||Matt Naylor|
Crawford is a 2008 documentary film about Crawford, Texas, and the impact of President George W. Bush having relocated to the town shortly after announcing his nomination for the 2000 presidential election. The film spans nearly the entirety of Bush's presidency, from 1999 to mid-2008. Crawford was directed by David Modigliani and distributed by B-Side Entertainment.
The film currently maintains a 100% fresh rating at Rotten Tomatoes, earning 5 out of 5 positive reviews. It won the 2008 San Antonio Film Festival Auteur Award. It also won the Austin Award at the Austin Film Critics Association Awards 2008.
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