Blue Chalk Wins Four Telly Awards

We could not be happier to share the news that we've been honored by the Telly Awards for the second year in a row.   

"A Chance to See Again," created for SEE International, won a Silver Telly Award in the Branded Content & Entertainment Nonprofit category. This win marks the film's fifth award. 

Our two films for the National School Boards Association, "No Ordinary Day" and "Why We Do What We Do," won a Silver and Bronze Telly Award respectively in the General-Public Interest/Awareness category.  

Lastly, "Noah," directed by Dana Romanoff and edited by Blue Chalk, won a Bronze Telly Award in the Documentary category.

In 2016, four of our films won Telly Awards and we're over the moon to have been recognized again. 

Well done to all of the other 2017 Telly Award winners and a massive thank you to everyone who worked on these rewarding projects.

About the Telly Awards:

The Telly Awards honor the finest film and video productions, groundbreaking web commercials, videos and films, and outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs. They are judged by members of members of the Silver Telly Council.