Educational entries take 14 awards in FilmFest
LOS ANGELES -- Entrants from six countries captured 14 awards in the Educational category of the 2010 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. Six of the awards were First Place Gold Camera Awards.
Gold Camera winners were:
“Perspectives on Nationalism,” “Cadenza – A Late Train Named Love” and “1001 Inventions and The Library of Secrets” were nominated for Best of Festival in Educational.
Second Place Silver Screen Award winners were:
WGBH, for “Arthur, 1301 The Great MacGrady”; Radio Television Hong Kong, for “Cadenza – Memories, Gilded”; Heurgren Film AB, Alvsjo, Sweden, for “On the Safe Side,” and Nassau County Police Department, Mineola, N.Y., for “HATE – Crossing the Line.”
Certificates for Creative Excellence went to WGBH Educational Foundation for FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman Show #407 “Ruff Rocks the (Environmentally Sustainable) House”; Achieve Global, Tampa, Fla., for “Building Trust Under Pressure: The Basic Principles”; Vida Health Communications Inc., Cambridge, Mass., for “Your Green Guide to Pregnancy,” and Japan Science and Technology Agency, Tokyo, for “I Want to be like Columbus- Science Related to Ships and the Ocean.”
The U.S. International Film & Video Festival has been in operation since 1967 recognizing outstanding Corporate, Documentary, Educational, Entertainment and Student productions.Festival entries came from 25 competing countries.