“Missing in Brooks County” Scores Nomination for “Best Political Documentary” at 2021 Critics Choice Doc Awards
RPJ is thrilled to congratulate our team and client Engel Entertainment on well-deserved recognition for Missing in Brooks County and its powerful depiction of the human toll of the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, just nominated for “Best Political Documentary” at the 2021 Critics Choice Doc Awards. This empathetic and influential feature documentary follows two families as they search for missing children in Brooks County, Texas, where fatal crossings by undocumented Mexican immigrants have created the “largest cemetery in the United States” and a continuing human rights crisis at home.
The nomination is the latest in MIBC’s slate of impressive accolades, from the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival to its selection to the DOC NYC Festival to additional festivals and (hopefully) awards to come.
Congratulations to everyone associated with this important film, including RPJ’s very own Heidi Reavis, one of the executive producers of the film, and associate Michelle Lamardo.
Learn more about Missing in Brooks County on the film’s website, and read more about the Critics Choice Awards nominations on Realscreen.