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Two notes on Cine Golden Eagle Award Winners

2012 June 29
by smonani

First, from Amy McIntyre at the Association of Literature and Environment (ASLE) news about Wilderness Plots.

Second, a plug for the good work of my student, Brian Kelley (Gettysburg graduate 2010) and the AU Environmental Filmmaking Program.

I) “Wilderness Plots in Concert,” filmed at the ASLE conference last year at Indiana University Bloomington, has won a CINE Golden Eagle award for excellence! For those of us who attended, it was a memorable performance.

is internationally recognized for its highly acclaimed film and video competitions and related educational support activities which culminate every year in a gala Awards Event held in the Washington, D.C. area. CINE has a wide following in the film and video industry nationally and internationally, drawing over 1,000 entries per year into its prestigious competitions, which have been taking place since 1957.

You can watch other clips of the concert on the Wilderness Plots website.

2) I am also delighted to add that my student, Brian Kelley (Gettysburg graduate 2010) was amongst the award winners for his Master’s work at American University’s Environmental Filmmaking program. For those of you interested in marine issues and in the Chesapeake Bay in particular, their film Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay, is a must see.

Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay Trailer from Brian Kelley on Vimeo.

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