‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ was snubbed at Oscars, so what wins Best Documentary Feature now?

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” not showing up in the Best Documentary Feature lineup was one of the biggest shockers on Oscar nominations morning. The Mister Rogers doc grossed an astonishing $22.8 million at the box office, dominated in critics wins, and was fresh off a victory at the Producers Guild of America Awards. It had long been assumed that “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” would be an easy prediction to call on Oscar night, considering the entire voting academy picks the winners and is receptive to high-profile docs about showbiz lately. So now that “Neighbor” is out of the running, what film could win?

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The nominees for Best Documentary Feature are: “Free Solo,” “Hale County This Morning, This Evening,” “Minding the Gap,” “Of Fathers and Sons,” and “Rbg.” “Free Solo,” about daring rock climber Alex Honnold,

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