"A Chance to See Again" Highly Commended at AIB Awards
We're delighted to announce that our film, "A Chance to See Again," created for SEE International, has been highly commended in the "Short Documentary" category at the Association of International Broadcasting (AIB) Awards!
Blue Chalk's CEO, Greg Moyer, was in attendance at the awards ceremony in London to collect the certificate.
The winning film, tells the story of the inspirational Dr. Helena Ndume and her efforts to restore sight to thousands of Namibians. This honor marks the ninth award the film has received since it was released earlier this year.
The judges described the film as an "uplifting story" that was "beautifully filmed with great editing and use of music."
The was our fourth year in a row to be shortlisted at the AIBs, and our third time receiving an honor. In 2014 and 2015 our films, "First Sight: Sonia and Anita," and "Burned Girl," both won the "Short Documentary" category.
AIB hosts the annual AIBs - The International Media Excellence Awards to celebrate and honor the best in electronic journalism and factual storytelling. This year was the 13th edition and a record year for the competition with work submitted from every continent.
In addition to attending the awards ceremony, Greg was also on a panel at the AIBs Masterclass where he discussed the changes in how factual stories are being told and the new audiences they are attracting.
We'd like to congratulate this year's shortlisted productions and thank our client, SEE International, for giving us the opportunity to tell this powerful story.
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