Great news for WorldView-supported Finding Family; the film has won twice at the British Academy Scotland New Talent Awards 2014. The Awards recognise and reward outstanding new practitioners in Scotland’s moving image industries. The 2014 ceremony took place on Tuesday 25 March in Glasgow. The film by Oggi Tomic, directed by Chris Leslie and produced by
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WorldView-funded No Fire Zone has been nominated for the Bertha Documentary Award at the 2014 One World Media Awards. Now in its 26th year, the awards recognise excellence in international media coverage. No Fire Zone is the culmination of three years of journalistic investigation and contains deeply disturbing new evidence. It is a devastating indictment
Two WorldView-funded films have won awards at One World 2014, the International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, and another has received a special jury mention. Judgement in Hungary was the recipient of the Best Film award, whilst Miners Shot Down received the Václav Havel Jury Award. No Fire Zone also received a Special Mention from the Václav
Orlando von Einsiedel’s Virunga will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2014. The film follows the incredible true story of a group of brave individuals, risking their lives to save the last of the world’s mountain gorillas in the midst of renewed civil war and a scramble for Congo’s natural resources.