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Mountain View Group Ltd.,  from Schenectady, N.Y. has scored big in the 2016 U.S. International Film & Video Festival competition, winning a total of eight awards, including two second places. In all, New York filmmakers earned 13 awards.
Republic of the Philippines filmmaker GMA Network Inc., Quezon City, made a big impact in the 2016 U.S. International Film and Video Festival by winning 10 awards, including two first places and a Best of Festival Award.  CCTV, Quezon City, earned a Certificate for Creative Excellence.
Moscow filmmaker RT captured 12 awards, including two first places, in the 2016 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. These included a First Place Gold Camera award in Documentary: Continuing News Stories for "Stuck in Yemen." The entry , which also earned a Best-of-Festival nomination, explores the humanitarian side of the conflict in Yemen and specifically, the failure of the U.S. State Department to evacuate Americans, including civilians.
United Kingdom entrants walked away with 17 awards, including three Gold Camera First Places, in the 2016 U.S. International Film & Video Festival, Los Angeles.
NHK Japan Broadcasting, Tokyo, captured three first places in the 2016 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. In total, NHK earned eight awards including a Best of Festival nomination in Education. NHK has a long history of excellent entries in the 49 year-old competition.
Australian filmmakers Werner Film Productions and Blackfella Films, Sydney, NSW, earned a Certificate for Creative Excellence in the 2016 US International Film & Video Festival for "Ready for This," a 14-part teen drama series with a largely indigenous cast.
A film project highlighting a French experiment using roadway solar panels to generate electricity has won one two major awards in the 2016 US International Film & Video Festival.
“Olive Green,” an online project that combines an interactive movie, a computer game and an English learning application, proved to be the perfect marriage of entertainment and education --“edutainment” --  in the 2015 US International Film & Video Festival, Los Angeles.
Productions from Taiwan, Japan, Poland and Germany have received Best of Festival (Grand Prix) awards in the 2015 US International Film & Video Festival. They are among 12 nominees in Corporate, Documentary, Education and Entertainment.
A film highlighting the struggles of families caring for victims of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease) has won the One World award in the 2015 US International Film & Video Festival.
Entrants from 19 countries received 120 awards in the 2014 US International Film & Video Festival. This included 16 First Place Gold Camera Awards, 39 Silver Screen Awards, 64 Certificates for Creative Excellence and a Student Certificate were awarded. In addition, 12 productions were nominated for Best of Festival (Grand Prix). The Best of Festival winners are to be announced the week of June 16, 2014.
Films from Switzerland, the United States, Austria and Canada have taken top awards in the 2013 US International Film & Video Festival. Three received the Grand Prix-Best of Festival designation. The fourth was selected for the One World Award, which recognizes a production that fosters international cooperation and global understanding.
Films from England, Japan and the Netherlands took top honors in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival.
Students representing Temasek Polytechnic, School of Design, Singapore, and Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, Fla., are winners in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival.
An Australian advertising agency has captured a first place in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Austrian filmmakers, led by Terra Mater Factual Studios GmbH, captured nine awards, including two second places, in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
A Belgian entry has captured a second place award in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Croatian National Tourist Board, Zagreb, earned a Certificate for Creative Excellence in Tourism Films for “Ode to Joy.”
Danish filmmakers, led by Copenhagen Film Company ApS, captured three awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition. The wins included two first places.
DeCo Media Oy/Ltd., Espoo, Finland, has won a second place Silver Screen Award in Television: Documentary Programs for “Underground Railroad: The William Still Story.”
A French filmmaker has won two awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
German filmmakers captured 12 awards, including a first place, in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
A Hong Kong filmmaker has won an award in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
An Israeli filmmaker has won an award in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Japanese filmmakers, led by Fuji Television Network, Inc., captured 22 awards, including seven first places, in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
A Mexican filmmaker has won a first place award in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Two filmmakers from The Netherlands have won three awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
A Republic of the Philippines filmmaker has won five awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
A Portuguese filmmaker has won an award in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Two Russian filmmakers have won awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition. The wins included two first places.
A Serbian filmmaker has won an award in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Two Singapore filmmakers have won four awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
Three Swedish filmmakers have won five awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition. The wins included one first place.
Swiss filmmakers have won four awards in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition. The wins included one first place.
United Kingdom filmmakers captured 10 awards, including a first place, in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
US filmmakers captured 17 awards, including three first places, in the 2012 US International Film & Video Festival competition.
A corporate film by BIS Inc., Tokyo, and a documentary from Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Cologne, Germany, have won Best of Festival-Grand Prix in the 2011 U.S. Film & Video Festival. The One World award went to a documentary on the Baltic Sea, which is threatened by pollution, submitted by Pohjantahti-Elokuva, Helsinki, Finland.
Judges in the 2011 U.S. International Film & Video Festival have selected 15 nominees for Best of Festival, drawn from hundreds of entries that came from 25 countries. Nominees were named in the Corporate and Documentary categories.
The U.S. International Film & Video Festival depends upon the talents of many judges for each competition. This year, the festival recognizes several judges who have supported the competition year after year, some of whom also serve as special advisors or as board members of the festival.
A part of IBM’s “Energy Efficiency” advertising campaign, a series of 3 short videos created to convey IBM green solutions, has received the 2010 One World Award from U.S. International Film & Video Festival. The award is sponsored and selected by the International Quorum of Motion Picture Producers (IQ), Zurich, Switzerland.
Entrants from Japan, Hong Kong and Canada captured six awards in the Entertainment category of the 2010 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. This included two First-Place Gold Camera Awards, one to NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp.), Tokyo, for “Light of the River” and the other to Radio Television Hong Kong, Hong Kong, for “Cadenza-Memories, Gilded.”
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.
Entrants from 14 countries took 69 awards in the Corporate productions of the 2010 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. Fourteen of them were First Place Gold Camera Awards.
Entrants from nine countries took 24 awards, including five First Place Gold Camera Awards, in the Documentary category of the 2010 U.S. International Film & Video Festival.
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