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GMA Wins 7 Major Awards in US International Film and Video Festival

The number 7 has been lucky for GMA Network as it garnered seven major awards (plus 6 minor awards) in the prestigious US International Film and Video Festival (USIFVF) in Hollywood, California over the weekend.


The 7 Landmark Awards

Gold Camera Awards:

Jessica Soho’s Philippine Agenda: Education
(Documentary for Public Issues and Concerns category)

Proudly Filipina (QTV-11)
(Motivational program in the Entertainment category)

Silver Screen Awards:

Arnold Clavio’s Philippine Agenda: Health
(Public Issues and Concerns category)

Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho
(Documentary/Social Issues category)

Wish Ko Lang
(Entertainment: Motivational category)

Sandra Aguinaldo’s I-Witness documentary “Iskul Ko Number 1”
(Documentary/Social Issues category)

Reporter’s Notebook “Batang Kalakal”
(Documentary/Social Issues category)

Creative Excellence Awards:

100% Pinoy
Reporter’s Notebook’s “Pulong Diablo”
Jay Taruc’s I-Witness documentary “Batang Kalabaw”
Kara Davida’s I-Witness’ documentary “Gapos”
Kids on Q (QTV-11)
May Trabaho Ka (QTV-11)

This year’s success was the biggest haul of GMA News and Public Affairs at the USIFVF – which is one of the world’s leading competition for corporate, documentary educational, entertainment and student productions. This year’s competition was participated by 23 countries.

(Photo courtesy of GMANews.tv)

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