Six Blue Chalk Projects Win Communicator Awards

Great news! Six Blue Chalk projects have won Communicator Awards!   

"The Promise of Oregon: Year Three," our most recent video for the Oregon School Boards Association, was honored with an "Award of Excellence" in the "Online Video - Videography/Cinematography" and the "Online Video - Activism" categories.

Our film for SEE International, "A Chance to See Again," was given an "Award of Distinction" in the "Online Video - Non-Profit" category—the film's fourth award this year. 

"Freedom is the Future: Activists Tell Their Stories," created for Freedom House, won an "Award of Distinction" in the "Online Video - Activism" category, while "Noah," directed by Dana Romanoff and edited by Blue Chalk, collected an "Award of Distinction" in the "Online Video - Documentary" category. 

Lastly, our two films for the National School Boards Association, "No Ordinary Day" and "Why We Do What We Do," both received an "Award of Distinction" in the "Online Video - Activism" category.  

We are thrilled that so many of our films were recognized in multiple categories. We couldn't be more grateful to our clients, and our team, for making these achievements possible.  

About the Communicator Awards:

The Communicator Awards recognizes big ideas in marketing and communication and is one of the largest award competitions of its kind in the world. It is judged by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.