Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Leave a Comment
IContent Among 60th CINE Golden Eagle Awards for Professional Media Recipients and Finalists named among top industry films, series and documentaries.
Established in 1957, the CINE Golden Eagle Awards honor originality and excellence in storytelling throughout the media industry. Selected by a distinguished jury of CINE Golden Eagle award-winning media makers and industry professionals, the 2017 recipients and finalists feature many of the most innovative and acclaimed films, series and campaigns of the year. The Jazz Passengers: What A Crowd was named the Golden Eagle Award finalist in the category of Advertising, Marketing, and Special Events: Public Service Announcements and Non-Profit Promotion (any length).
Past recipients of the CINE Golden Eagle Award include many of the industry’s most renowned storytellers. For some, such as Steven Spielberg (1969) and Ken Burns (1981), the Golden Eagle was their first major industry recognition; others, such as Martin Scorsese (2006), Barbara Kopple (1992), Joshua Oppenheimer (2016), Morgan Spurlock (2015) and Spike Lee (1999) were honored well into their illustrious careers. The production teams will be honored at CINE Celebrates receptions in New York, Washington, DC and Los Angeles this fall alongside the recipients and finalists of the 60th Golden Eagle Awards for Independent & Emerging and Student & Youth Media, who will be announced this summer.
A full list of 60th Golden Eagle Award recipients and finalists is available at www.cine.org/awards. CINE Founded in 1957, CINE’s mission is to honor and champion the creators of exceptional media content, building a community of professional, emerging and student film, television and digital content creators through the annual CINE Golden Eagle Awards, the Marvin Hamlisch Film Scoring Contest, the upcoming CINE Connects mentorship program, and skill-building programming such as CINE PitchFest Presented by A&E: Be Original. CINE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.