Golden Globe Award for Best Documentary Film

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Golden Globe for Best Documentary Film
Awarded for Best Documentary Motion Picture
Location United States
Presented by Hollywood Foreign Press Association
Currently held by Altars of the World (1976)

The Golden Globe Award for Best Documentary Film was introduced for the 30th Golden Globe Awards and discontinued after the 34th Golden Globe Awards. The Elvis Presley concert film Elvis on Tour (1972) was the inaugural recipient in a tie with Walls of Fire (1972), a film examining the history and influence of Mexican mural artists. Earlier, in 1954, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association had awarded the film A Queen is Crowned (1953) a special award for "Best Documentary of Historical Interest", but that award was likewise discontinued.

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