Pete Nicks’ The Waiting Room, Shortlisted for the Oscars
Pete Nicks’ The Waiting Room has been shortlisted for the Oscars!
Here is what Pete said in an interview with Variety:
“I can’t tell you how many times we walked up to people and told them what we were doing, and they’d say, ‘My story doesn’t matter — why does anybody care about my story?’ This recognition is really special to me; it’s a validation that their story does matter.”
Pete Nicks has also been nominated for the following prestigious awards:
This film is currently in theatrical distribution in selected cities around the country and will broadcast on PBS’s Independent Lens in the 2013-2014 season.
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The Waiting Room, which follows the life and times of patients and caregivers at Highland Hospital, a public hospital in Oakland, CA, was picked as New York Times and New York Magazine Critics Pick, won the Golden Gate and Audience Award at the San Francisco Film Festival, a Silver Docs and True or False official selection, and won the Guggenheim Emerging Artists Award at Full Frame.
A huge congratulations to Pete from Firelight Family!