Archive for the ‘Awards’ Category

9/11 THE DAYS AFTER

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

NOMINEE: Emmy, Outstanding Achievement in Editing, Documentary and Long Form
" If I were going to recommend only one of these programs, it is History Channel’s 9/11 The Days After. It does not tell you what to think or how to feel . . . and puts you, as much as possible, into the place and time. It’s hard to watch and impossible to turn off." LA TIMES

"Easily my favorite viewing experience in everything I watched . . . A unique tapestry of the feel and movement of Sept. 11 and the week that followed." Washington Post

"A remarkable documentary you should not miss . . . has added immeasurably to the chronicle of this period of History." Entertainment Weekly

THIRD REICH: THE RISE AND FALL

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

NOMINEE: Banff Award, for Outstanding Historical Production
NOMINEE: Emmy, Outstanding Historical Production, Long Form
” Excellent . . . highly recommended . . . although Hitler and The Third Reich has been has been examined countless times, I have never seen a documentary quite like this one before . ” ~BlogCritics

JFK: 3 SHOTS THAT CHANGED AMERICA

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

WINNER: Focal International Award and RealScreen Factual Entertainment Award, History Makers Award for Best Archival Production
"4 Stars . . . Remarkable . . . perhaps the best on the subject you will ever see. "— NY Post
"Hypnotic, powerful, spellbinding stuff." — Kevin McDonough, Tune in Tonight
"Absolutely off the charts outstanding." — Bill Simmons, ESPN
"Terrific . . . proves cable documentaries can offer so much more than talking heads and low budget recreations." – Huffington Post

102 MINUTES THAT CHANGED AMERICA

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

WINNER: 3 Primetime Emmys, CINE Master Series Award;, iTunes Best Special of 2009, Focal International Award, HistoryMakers" Most Innovative" Award, 2009 Insight Award of Excellence: Direction" 2009 Insight Award of Excellence: Editing
NOMINEE: Banff Award" Emmy for Picture Edit
"Incredibly unique – and uniquely powerful . . . 102 is a remarkable film." — Newsday
"A harrowing, painful reconstruction of that morning." — New York Times
"An unprecedented historical document . . . not to be missed."– BlogCritics