Dissent Projects’ latest documentary, ‘Eyes of St John’ has won another prestigious Humanitarian Award from The Global Film Awards.
The goal of the Humanitarian Award is to honour filmmakers who are bringing awareness to issues of Ecological, Political, Social Justice, Health and Wellness, Animals, Wildlife, Conservation and Spiritual importance. The nominees are hand picked by the judges and staff from hundreds of entries throughout the year across three international competitions – The Accolade Global Film Competition, The IndieFEST Film Awards and the Best Shorts Competition – the films are brought together under the Global Film Awards umbrella and the winners are chosen from this wide pool of entries.
Information about the Global Film Awards and a list of recent winners can be found at www.GlobalFilmAwards.comIn winning a Humanitarian award from Global Film Awards, Dissent Projects joins the ranks of other high-profile winners of this important award such as Oscar nominee Liam Neesom for narration of Love Thy Nature, multiple Emmy winner Alfre Woodard for Soft Vengence, Oscar winner (student) Emily Kassie for the powerful I Married My Family’s Killer and many more.
Rick Prickett, who chairs the competitions under the Global Film Awards umbrella, had this to say about the Humanitarian winners, “It takes great talent to tackle the world’s most pressing issues with film and do a great job. It takes an even greater heart. Global Film Awards helps set the standard for Humanitarian filmmaking worldwide. The goal of Global Film Awards is to help winners achieve the recognition they deserve for the incredible job that they do.”
Please see see the trailer for ‘Eyes of St John’ under the video section of our Facebook page.