-- Political Film Society Awards for 2002
B.Halligan at yorksj.ac.uk
Wed Mar 5 12:00:56 MST 2003
THE POLITICAL FILM SOCIETY GIVES FOUR AWARDS FOR 2002
Members of the Political Film Society have voted for to recognize
achievements in raising political consciousness among feature films for 2002
to the following in four categories of awards:
DEMOCRACY-----Y Tu Mamá También (Alfonso Cuarón, director)
EXPOSÉ---------Antwone Fisher (Denzel Washington, director)
HUMAN RIGHTS--Ararat (Atom Egoyan, director)
PEACE----------The Quiet American (Phillip Noyce, director).
Established in 1986, the Political Film Society is headquartered in
Hollywood, California. Except for the Academy Awards, the Society is one of
the largest international award-granting film societies, with membership
consisting mostly of academic professionals.
Filmlovers who are interested in becoming members of the Society should
a letter to the above address, visit the Society's website
(www.geocities.com/~polfilms), or send e-mail to PolFilmS at aol.com.
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