A Moon of Nickel and Ice
|A Moon of Nickel and Ice|
|Sur la lune de nickel|
|Directed by||François Jacob|
|Produced by||Christine Falco|
|Edited by||François Jacob|
|Distributed by||Journeyman Pictures|
A Moon of Nickel and Ice (French: Sur la lune de nickel) is a Canadian documentary film, directed by François Jacob and released in 2017. The film profiles history and culture of the isolated Russian mining city of Norilsk.
The film was screened at the 2017 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, where Jacob won the Emerging Canadian Filmmaker Award. At the DOXA Documentary Film Festival, the film received an honourable mention for the Best Canadian Documentary Film award.
The film received three Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards, for Best Feature Length Documentary, Best Cinematography in a Documentary (Jacob, Vuk Stojanovic and Ilya Zima) and Best Editing in a Documentary (Jacob and Jéricho Jeudy).
- "Hot Docs 2017: White Walls Say Nothing, A Moon of Nickel and Ice, This Cold Life, Vancouver: No Fixed Address". UrbanToronto, May 2, 2017.
- "Film Festival Roundup: Hot Docs Announces Awards, Human Rights Watch Festival Unveils Lineup and More". Indiewire, May 11, 2017.
- "DOXA fest announces its 2017 award-winning films". The Georgia Straight, May 14, 2017.
- "Mary Kills People, Anne, Ava, Mohawk Girls among nominees at Screen Awards". Montreal Gazette, January 16, 2018.
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