Documentary Series wins two Impact DOCS Awards

February 3, 2020 –  Conversations with Solomon has received two Impact DOCS Awards: Episode 3 Inequality won an Award of Merit, and Episode 4 Environment won an Award of Recognition.  Impact DOCS Awards supports and promotes filmmakers who are making a difference in the critical issues of our times through producing impactful documentaries and who are inspiring and entertaining audiences with their stories.  Entries are nonfiction motion pictures dealing creatively with cultural, artistic, historical, social, scientific, economic or other subjects. They may include an actual occurrence, or may employ partial reenactment, stock footage, stills, animation, stop-motion or other techniques, as long as the emphasis is on fact and not on fiction. 

Notable artistic and technical productions are recognized at the Award of Merit award level and Award of Recognition recognizes achievement in a specific category of entry.

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Documentary Series Recognized by Calcutta Film Festival 

September 23, 2018 – The documentary series Conversations with Solomon: Exploring Human Motivation has won two international awards for Outstanding Achievement at the Calcutta International Cult Film Festival.  The festival is devoted to the development of a film culture that inspires and brings together cross-cultural innovations that enrich people’s lives with entertainment and services that inform, educate, and entertain.  Conversations with Solomon Episodes 1 and 2 won in the categories of Documentary and Television/Pilot Program or Series.  

The documentary series is sponsored by Contemporary Heroism Initiative Foundation.  For more information see the Conversations with Solomon page on this website.

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