NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS


THE LOON'S NECKLACE;

1. Canadian Film Awards - 1949; "Canadian Film of the Year"

2. International Festival of Documentary Films, Edinburgh - 1949; Certificate of Participation

3. Venice Film festival - 1949; First Prize Silver Medal

4. International Cinema Festival, Gardone, Italy - 1949; The Ente del Gera Cup -- First Prize for Colour Films.

5. Cleveland Film Festival - 1949; First Prize for Art and Music Films.

6. New Liberty Magazine Awards; Best Short Exhibited in Canada during 1950.

7. International Congress of Art Films, Brussels - 1950; Belgian Cinematheque Prize for the "Best Contribution in the Experimental Field".

8. Scholastic Teachers Magazine, New York - 1950; Award of Merit. Chosen by National Board of Auwio-Visual Directors as "One of the Ten Best Educational Films of the Year".

9. First International Art Films Festival, Woodstock, N.Y. - 1951; "Best North American Film"

10. International Film Festival, Salzburg, Austria - 1951; Certificate of Participation.

11. Illinois Institute of Technology 1952; Institute of Design Award for "Recognition for Standards of excellence best demonstrating intelligent audio-visual communication".

12. International Exhibition of Short Films sponsored by Ministry of Education, Buenos Aires - 1958; Certificate of Participation.

13. XIth International Film Festival, Locarn, Switzerland - 1958; Diploma of Honour.

14. Canadian Library Association - 1960; Selected as one of the best Canadian films of the last fifteen years.

15. Victoria International Film Festival - 1962; First Award for Entertainment Films.

A MILE BELOW THE WHEAT;

16. International Festival of Documentary Films, Edinburgh - 1949; Certificate of Participation

HE ACTS HIS AGE;

17. Internationa1 Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton, Sask. - 1950; First Prize, Sociological Class.

18. American Scholastic Teachers Magazine - New York, 1951; Award of Merit.
See also award #240 below

ZERO DE CONDUITE;

19. Canadian Film Awards - 1950; Honourable Mention, Sponsored Films. (As first place went to a government entry, this film was the best industrial of film of the year).

WHY WON'T TOMMY EAT?;

20. U. S. State Health Departments - 1950; Second Place, Nutritionist Films for Health Education.

CANADIAN LANDSCAPE;

21. Columbia University Institute of Adult Education - 1950; Given the highest rating of the 1200 films screened in the past three years.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERlES;

22. Scholastic Teachers Magazine, New York - 1951; 1951 Award of Merit, Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of the Ten Best Educational Films of the Year. (350 Films were considered).

23. Canadian Film Awards - 1951; Honourable Mention.

POWER OF PENNIES;

24. Canadian Film Awards - 1951; Honourable Mention.

THE STORY OF PIERRE AND MARIE;

25. National Committee of Films for Safety, National Safety Council, 1951; First Prize, Outstanding Occupational Accident Prevention Film of 1951.

ACCIDENTALLY YOURS;

26. National Committee of Films for Safety, National Safety Council, Chicago - 1951; Award of Merit, Outstanding Home Accident Prevention Films of 1951.

NEWFOUNDLAND SCENE;

27. Canadian Film Awards - 1952; "Canadian Film of the Year"

28. Canadian Film Awards - 1952; "First Award, Non-Theatrical Open"

29. International Festival of Documentary Film, Edinburgh - 1952; Certificate of Participation.

30. Canadian Library Assn. - 1952; Selected as one of the best Canadian films of the past fifteen years.

31. Montreal International Film Festival - 1961; Selected for Exhibition.

PACKAGED POWER;

32. Canadian Film Awards - 1952; First Award for Non-Theatrical, Industrially Sponsored.

33. International Festival of Documentary Films - Edinburgh - 1952; Certificate of Participation.

34. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1952; First Prize for Industrial Films.

35. First International Festival of the Industrial Film, Brussels - 1953; Certificate of Participation

TERRIBLE TWOS AND TRUSTING THREES;

36. American Scholastic Teachers Magazine, New York - 1951; Award of Merit.

AGES AND STAGES SERIES;

37. Scholastic Teachers Magazine, New York - 1952; Award of Merit. Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of the Ten Best Educational Films of the Year".

38. International Festival of Children's Films - Buenos Aires - 1962; Honourable mention.

BY MAP AND COMPASS;

39. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1952; Honourable Mention

IMMEDIATE ACTION;

40. Canadian Film Awards - 1953; First Award for Theatrical Industrially Sponsored.

ROGERSTONE;

41. Canadian Film Awards - 1953; Honourable Mention.

THE POWER WITHIN;

42. Canadian Film Awards - 1953; Honourable Mention.

BIRDS THAT EAT;

43. Canadian Film Awards - 1953; Special Award.

LES BOUTS DES CHOU;

44. Canadian Film Awards - 1953; Special Award.

45. Fifth International Film Festival for Children, Venice - 1953; Certificate of Participation.

AU DELA DES ONDES (Packaged Power);

46. Fourth International Congress of Educational Documentary and Short Length Films, Paris - 1953; Certificate of Participation.

CANADIAN OPEN - 1953;

47. International Sports Film Festival, Cortina, Italy- 1953; Grand Silver Medal of the Italian National Olympic Committee.

ATTRACTING BIRDS IN WINTER;

48. International Film festival, Venice - 1952; Certificate of Participation.

49. Film Festival of Greater Boston - 1953; Award of Merit for "Exceptional Accomplishment in achievement of purpose as a classroom motion picture."

IT DIDN'T HAVE TO HAPPEN;

50. National Committee on Films for Safety, National Safety Council, Chicago - 1953; Award of Merit, Outstanding Occupational Accident Prevention Films.

THE FRUSTRATING FOURS AND THE FASCINATING FIVES;

51. Boston Film Festival - 1953; Award of Merit.

52. Scholastic Teachers Magazine, New York - l953; Award of Merit. Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of The Best Educational Films of the Year". (500 films were considered) .

53. American Film Assembly Chicago - 1954; Golden Reel Award for Best Film in the Home and Family Category.

54. Stamford Connecticut Film Festival - 1954; Award of Merit, Child Care & Family Living.

ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT SERIES;

55. Scholastic Teachers Magazine New York - 1954; Award of Merit. Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of The Best Educational Films of the Year". (500 films were considered).

MEETING THE NEEDS OF ADOLESCENTS;

56. Stamford Connecticut Film Festival - 1954; Award of Merit, Child Care & Family Living.

SOCIAL SEX ATTITUDES IN THE ADOLESCENT;

57. Stamford Connecticut Film Festival - 1954; Award of Merit, Child Care & Family Living.

AGE OF TURMOIL;

58. Film Festival of Greater Boston - 1954; Award of Merit - "Exceptional Accomplishment in achievement of purpose as an adult education picture".

59. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1954; Honourable Mention - Sociological.


EPISODE IN VALLEYDALE;

60. Canadian Film Awards - 1954; First Award for Non-Theatrical industrially sponsored.

61. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1954; Honourable Mention - Agriculture & Industry Class - "a good story, well done. "

POLYSAR;

62. Canadian Film Awards - 1954; Honourable Mention.

FOOD FOR FREDDY;

63. Canadian Film Awards - 1954; Special Award.

64. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1954; 2nd Prize - Sociological Class "an excellent film".

BRAZIL;

65. Canadian Film Awards - 1954; Special Award.

LOOK TO THE CENTRE;

66. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1954; 3rd Prize - Agriculture & Industry Class - "clear and fast moving".

67. Canadian Film Awards - 1955; Special Mention " for the fine presentation of the industrial life of a province."

FIVE FACES OF QUEBEC;

68. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1954; 2nd Prize General Non-Theatrical Class - "novel approach to a travelogue - well planned".

69. Scholastic Teachers Magazine New York - 1954; Award of Merit - Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of the Ten Best Sponsored Films (for school use) of the Year".

FROM SOCIABLE SIX TO NOISY NINE;

70. Scholastic Teachers Magazine New York - 1955; Award of Merit - Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of The Ten Best Educational -Films of the Year".

IT'S IN THE CARDS;

71. Canadian Film Awards - 1955; Honourable Mention "for strength and clarity, achievement of purpose and unusual technical competence".

72. National Committee on Films for Safety, National Safety Council, Chicago - 1955; Award of Merit, Outstanding Occupational Accident Prevention Film.

JEAN REFUSE DE MANGER! POURQUOI?;

73. International Festival of Medico-Surgical Films -Cannes - 1956; Special Mention "for its exciting Photography and excellent script".

THE FACE OF SASKATCHEWAN;

74. Canadian Film Awards - 1956; Special Mention " for its exciting Photography and excellent script".

75. Annual Kootenay Film Festival - 1956; First Prize - Sociology Section.

SIBLING RELATIONS AND PERSONALITY;

76. Canadian Film Awards - 1956; Honourable Mention "for its intelligent treatment of sibling relationships''.

77. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1957; Second Award, Sociological Class.

78. Bluenose Film Festival - 1957; Certificate of Merit.

THE REVOLUTION IS NOW;

79. Canadian Film Awards - 1956; Special Mention "for imagination, animation, music and sharp clear colour photography."

GENERATOR 4;

80. International Festival of Documentary Films - Edinburgh - 1956; Certificate of Participation.

81. British Film Academy - 1957; Nominated as one of the worlds best documentaries of the years.

82. Stratford International Film Festival - 1957; Certificate of Participation.

83. Festival of Films in the Science of Industry, Harrogate, England - 1957; Certificate of Participation.

84. Canadian Film Awards - 1958; Award of Merit for Public Relations Films.

VIA PIPELINE;

85. International Documentary Film Festival, Yorkton - 1956; Second Award, Agriculture and Industry.

FROM TEN TO TWELVE;

86. American Film Assembly, New York - 1957; Silver Reel Award.

87. Canadian Film Awards - 1958; Award of Merit for Training and Instructional Films.

88. Canadian Library Association - 1960; Selected as one of the best Canadian films of the last fifteen years.

FRANK RADFORD CRAWLEY - JUDITH CRAWLEY;

89. Canadian Film Awards - 1957; Special Award - "For their unique contribution as a team to Canada's film making art and industry."

CRAWLEY FILMS LIMITED;

90. Canadian Film Awards - 1957; Special Award - "In recognition of the Companies outstanding international production program in the field of educational films".

MINING FOR NICKEL;

91. Kootenay Film Festival - 1957; Certificate of Merit.

POWER AND PASSAGE;

92. Bluenose Film Festival - 1957; Certificate of Merit.

TEAMWORK IN ACTION;

93. American Medical Association - 1957; Certificate of Merit.

94. World Congress of the International Society for the Welfare of Cripples London - 1957; Top Award (17 countries competed with 47 films).

HIGHWAY OF THE ATOM;

95. International Nuclear Energy Conference - Rome - 1957; Silver Cup.

AN OLD MAN'S TALE;

96. Bluenose Film Festival - 1957; First Award in its class.

MAN MADE RAIN;

97. Second International Festival of Films for Industry and Labour, organized by the Belgium Ministry of Labour - 1957; Diploma of Merit.

HIGH SPEED ALUMINUM WELDING;

98. Second International Festival of Films for Industry and Labour, organized by the Belgium Ministry of Labour - 1957; Certificate of Participation.

HOW TO PLAY HOCKEY;

99. Fourteenth International Sports Film Festival, Corina D'Ampezzo, Italy - 1958; Grand Silver Medal of the Italian National Olympic Committee.

LEGEND OF THE RAVEN;

100. Canadian Film Awards - 1958; Award of Merit for Arts and Experimental Films.

101. Stratford International Film Festival - 1958; Certificate of Participation.

102. Yorkton International Film Festival - 1958; Certificate of Merit.

103. Vancouver International Film Festival - 1958; Certificate of Participation.

104. Brussels World Fair - 1958; Certificate of Participation.

105. American Film Assembly - 1959; Blue Ribbon Award (First Prize) in stories, legends and films for children category.

CANADIAN WHEAT;

106. Canadian Film Awards - 1958; Award of Merit for General Information Films.

EMOTIONAL MATURITY;

107. Canadian Film Awards - 1958; Award of Merit for Training and Instructional Films.

MONEY MINTERS;

108. Stratford International Film Festival - 1958; Certificate of Participation.

109. Canadian Film Awards - 1959; Award of Merit for Theatrical Shorts.

SKY WATCH ON 55;

110. Vancouver International Film Festival - 1958; Certificate of Participation.

BEAVER DAM;

111. International Documentary Film Festival, Venice - 1958; Diploma of Participation.

112. American Film Assembly - 1962; Blue Ribbon Award (First Prize) in Stories for Children Category.

113. Fourth International Children's Film Festival, Argentina - 1965; Special Mention.

MARRIAGE & FAMILY LIVING SERIES;

114. Scholastic Teachers' Magazine - 1959; Award of Merit

BEAUTY TO LIVE WITH;

115. Canadian Film Awards - 1959; Award of Merit for Sales & Promotion Films.

SASKATCHEWAN OUR UNIVERSITY;

116. Canadian Film Awards - 1959; Award of Merit for Public Relations Films.

WINTER CROSSING AT L'ISLE AUX COUDRES;

117. Canadian Film Awards - 1959; Award of Merit for Television Films.

ATOMIC ENERGY IN CANADA;

118. International Fair on Radio, Electronics, Telecommunications and Nuclear Energy, Rome - 1959; First Prize (Gold Plaque) for Documentary Films.

SAFE BICYCLING;

119. Scholastic Teachers' Magazine New York - 1960; Award of Merit - Chosen by National Board of Audio-Visual Directors as "One of the Ten Best Educational Films of the Year". `

IT'S PEOPLE THAT COUNT;

120. Canadian Film Award - 1960; Award of Merit for Public Relations Films.

121. International Labour Film Festival, Stockholm, Sweden - 1960; Second Prize (out of l50 entries).

PRESSURE GOLF;

122. Canadian Film Awards - 1960; Award of Merit for Travel and Recreational Films.

BAD MEDECINE (R.C.M.P. SERIES)

123. Canadian Film Awards - 1960; Award of Merit for Television Films.

CRAFTSMEN OF CANADA;

124. Canadian Library Association - 1960; Selected as one of the best Canadian films of the last fifteen years.

WATERS OF THE WHITESHELL;

125. Canadian Film Awards - 1961; Award of Merit for Travel and Recreational Films.

ABITIBI;

126. Canadian Film Awards - 1962; Award of Merit for Public Relations Films.

127. Venice International Film Festival - 1962; Diploma of Participation.

CAMPUS ON THE MOVE;

128. Canadian Film Awards - 1962; Award of Merit for Public Relations Films.

PROJECT SENTINEL;

129. Canadian Film Awards - 1962; Award of Merit for Sales and Promotion Films.

SAGUENAY;

130. Vancouver International Film Festival - 1962; First Place Award for Films for Industry and Commerce.

131. Edinburgh International Film Festival - 1962; Diploma of Participation.

132. Venice International Film Festival - 1962; Diploma of Participation.

133. Cannes International Film Festival - 1962; Selected for screening.

134. Canadian Film Awards - 1963; Honorable Mention for Colour Cinematography.

135. Sydney, Australia Film Festival - 1963; Selected for Participation.

136. Melbourne Film Festival - 1963; Selected for Participation.

137. First Commonwealth Festival of the Arts, London & Cardiff - 1965; Only non-government Canadian film selected for showing.

PARTNERS FOR PROGRESS;

138. Canadian Film Awards - 1963; Award of Merit for Sales and Promotion Films.

THE ANNANACKS;

139. Canadian Film Awards - 1963; Award of Merit for Television Films.

B. A. OIL "CONTINUING LEADERSHIP";

140. American TV Commercials Festival - 1953; Certificate of Recognition.

BE WATER WISE;

141. 41st Milan Festival - 1963; Cup from the 4th International Review of Marine Documentary Films.

BOATING AND GOOD SENSE;

142. 41st Milan Festival - 1963; Cup from the 4th International Review of Marine Documentary Films.

THE NEW BABY;

143. The Film Council of Greater Columbus - 1963; The Chris Award.

AGES AND STAGES SERIES;

144. 3rd International Festival of Children's Films - La Plata, Argentina, 1963; Honourable mention in Educational Category.

THE STORY OF MEAT IN CANADA;

145. III International Agricultural Film Competition - Berlin - 1964; Diploma.

BRAMPTON BUILDS A CAR;

146. Canadian Film Awards - 1964; Award of Merit for Public Relations Films, for its dynamic description of Auto Assembling and its effective Presentation of a company image.

147. Canadian Film Awards - 1964; Award for Best Colour Cinematography of the Year, to Stanley Brede, C.S.C.

148. San Francisco Film Festival - 1964; Diploma.

THE LUCK OF GINGER COFFEY;

149. Independent Film Importers and Distributors of America - 1964; One of only five theatrical
features nominated for Best English Language Feature, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress.

150. San Francisco Film Festival - 1964; Selected for Competition.

151. Canadian Film Awards - 1965; Top Award for Theatrical Features.

152. David O. Selznick Memorial Laurel Awards - The Producers Guild of America - 1965; Silver Medal (one of only seven films so honoured from all over the world).

153. Edinburgh International Film Festival - 1973; Selected for Screening.

THE ZOO;

154. Canadian Television Commercials Festival - 1965; Certificate of Merit.

COME TO THE FAIR;

155. Canadian Television Commercials Festival - 1965; Certificate of Merit.

NUCLEAR POWER DEVELOPMENT;

156. VII International Film Festival - Buenos Aires - 1965; Certificate of Participation.

SECURITY AQUATIQUE;

157. International Red Cross Film Festival - Bulgaria - 1965; Second Prize.

AMANITA PESTILENS;

158. Edinburgh International Film Festival 1965; Certificate of Participation.

159. Berlin International Film Festival - 1965; Certificate of Participation.

ATTIUK;

160. International Festival of Ethnographic and Sociological Films - Florence, Italy - 1965; Certificate of Participation.

GROWING UP SAFETY;

161. 3rd International Festival of Scientific Documentary Films dealing with Medicine and Public Health - 1966; Award.

I62. National Committee on Films for Safety, National Council, Chicago - 1967; Top Honours for Home Safety Films.

SASKATCHEWAN JUBILEE;

163. Edinburgh International Film Festival - 1966; Diploma of Merit.

164. Festival of Canadian Films, Montreal - l966; Certificate of Participation.

165. International Festival of Travel & Folklore Films, Brussels-1967; Certificate of Participation.

TOP OF A CONTINENT;

166. Seventh International Documentary Review, Milan - 1966; Ministry of Works Cup.

THE PERPETUAL HARVEST;

167. New York International Film Festival - 1966; Gold Medal for Best Photography.

168. Canadian Film Awards; First Award for Sales & Promotion Films.

169. Canadian Forestry Association Film Festival, Vancouver-1963; First Prize Open Category.

170. North American Forestry Commission Film Festival (U.N.), Ottawa-1969; Award of Distinction.

GLOBAL VILLAGE;

171. Canadian Film Awards - 1967; First Award for Public Relations Films.

THE ENTERTAINERS;

172. Canadian Film Awards - 1967; First Award for Travel & Recreation Film.

ARE YOU WARM TO THE TOUCH?;

173. National Committee on Films for Safety National Safety Council, Chicago - 1968; Award of Merit for Traffic & Transportation Films.

174. Quebec Safety League - 1968; Plaque - Special Award for Contribution to Safety.

FACE OF AN ADDICT;

175. Canadian Medical Association Audio-Visual Aids in Medical Education - 1968; Honorary Mention.

MOTION;

176. International Film & TV Festival New York, 1967; Silver Medal for Public Relations Films.

177. L.A. International Film Exposition; Certificate of Participation.

POPPY PROMO;

178. Canadian Television Commercials Festival 1968; Award.

POWER IN PERPETUITY;

179. U.S. Industrial Film Festival, Chicago, 1968; Award for Creative Excellence.

180. International Film & TV Festival, New York 1968; Award for Industrial Films.

EXPLORE - EXPO 67;

181. Canadian Tourist Association - 1968; Canuck Award for best 35mm motion picture on travel or recreation in Canada.

182. Edinburgh Film Festival - 1968; Diploma of Merit.

CARSTAIRS, TELL THE PEOPLE!;

183. Canadian Film Awards - 1968; Best Public Relations Film.

184. National Outdoor Travel Film Festival, U.S. - 1969; Best Outdoor Documentary.

THE WANT OF A SUITABLE PLAYHOUSE;

185. International Film & TV Festival, New York - 1969; The Silver Medal for Promotional Films Category.

EYES;

186. National Committee on Films for Safety, National Safety Council, Chicago, 1970; First Prize Bronze Plaque for Inspirational Occupational Safety Films.
See also award #192 below

FEET;

187. National Committee on Films for Safety National Safety Council, Chicago, l970; Award of Merit for Occupational Safety Films.
See also award #193 below

A HOSPITAL IS...;

188. Canadian Film Awards, 1970; Best Public Relations Film.

THE SUN DON'T SHINE ON THE SAME DAWG'S BACK ALL THE TIME;

189. Canadian Film Awards, 1970; Best Sports & Recreation Film.

MULTIPLICITY;

190. Canadian Film Awards, 1970; Best Colour Cinematography to Robert Ennis.

THE SNOWGOOSE AND THE MOSQUITO;

l91. Ohio State, 1971; Award.

EYES;

192. International Labour & Industrial Film Triennial, Belgium - 1972; Special Mention.

FEET;

193. International Labour & Industrial Film Triennial, Belgium - 1972; Special Mention.

CENTRALE NUCLEAIRE DE DOUGLAS POINT;

194. Engineering Film Festival, Colegio Mayor Universitario Clerdeuse, Barcelona 1972; First Prize and Gold Plaque.

AND THIS IS ONLY THE BEGINNING;

195. Canadian Computer Show, Montreal 1972; First Prize for Best Exhibit.

CHILD BEHAVIOUR EQUALS YOU;

196. Canadian Film Awards, 1972; First Prize for Best Educational Film.

197. International Red Cross Film Festival, Bulgaria, 1975; Diploma.

JOURNEY TO POWER;

198. Canadian Film Awards, 1972; First Prize for Best Music Score to Larry Crosley.

199. New York International Festival of Film & Television, 1972; Silver Medal.

200. International Public Relations Film Festival, Geneva, 1973; Certificate of Participation.

BETTER WAYS FOR DOING WORK;

201. Department of the Army of the United States of America, Washington, D.C. l973; Certificate of Appreciation.

202. American Industrial Management Society Film Contest, Film Competition, New York, -
1972; Second Place Award.

NATIONAL ROLE;

203. International Military Films Festival (82 films entered) Versailles, 1973; Silver Sun Award.

MAKE FEWER MOTIONS;

204. American Industrial Management Society Film Contest, Chicago, 1973; First Place Award.

ROADWAYS TO LESS EFFORT;

205. American Industrial Management Society Film Contest, Chicago, 1973; Second Place Award.

TAKE FEWER STEPS;

206. American Industrial Management Society Film Contest, Chicago, 1973; Third Place Award.

TODAY'S FIREFIGHTER;

207. Canadian Film Awards, 1974; First Place Award for Public Relations.

JANIS;

208. Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 1974; Chosen one of the Best Documentary Films for the Golden Globe Award.

209. International Film Festival, Yugoslavia, 1976; Selected for Participation.

210. Canadian Film Awards, 1975; Best Non-Fictional Theatrical Feature.

OTTAWA - CANADA'S CAPITAL;

211. Canadian Film Awards, 1975; First Place Award, Travel and Recreation.

212. International Travel Film Festival Los Angeles, California, l975; First Prize for Foreign Travel by a Government Agency.

F. R. CRAWLEY;

213. Canadian Film & Television Association, 1975; Distinguished Service Award "for distinguishing himself in his long and outstanding contribution to the development of the Canadian Film Industry".

Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa, Trent University, November, 1979.

Doctor of Literature, Honoris Causa, Carleton University, June 1983.

EVIDENCE OF PROGRESS;

214. CINE Festival, New York, 1975; Golden Eagle.

215. New York International Film & TV Festival, 1975; Silver Medal.

THE MAN WHO SKIED DOWN EVEREST;

216. International Film Exposition, Los Angeles, 1975;

217. Academy of Motion Pictures, Hollywood, 1976; Nominated for Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.

218. Academy of Motion Pictures, Hollywood, 1980; Won the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.

219. International Film Festival of India, 1980; Certificate of Participation.

39th Festival Internazionale di Cinema Sportivo Premio Citta di Torino, December, 1983;
- First Prize "Citta di Torino".
- AGIS Prize as best long feature film with the best sport subject.

MAN'S CONFIDENCE IN MAN;

220. Canadian Film Award, 1975; - Award Festival.

A STORE IS BORN;

221. Canadian Film Award, 1975; - Award Festival.

WATERWAYS TO EXPLORE;

219. Travel Industry Assoc. of Canada, 1976; Best Travel Films of the Year.

HUMAN COLLISION;

220. National Committee on Films for Safety, National Safety Council, Chicago, 1976; Award of Merit.

221. Canadian Film & TV Assoc. Awards, 1976; First Prize for TV Information Public Affairs.

THE WORKS;

222. Canadian Public Relations Society, 1976; Award of Excellence.

THE SUMMER BEFORE;

223. Canadian Film & TV Assoc. Film Awards, 1976; First Prize for Sports.

MEMO FROM A GRATEFUL SPY;

224. American Society of Industrial Security's Annual Security Film Competition, 1976; Second Place Award.

225. Canadian Film & TV Assoc. Film Awards, 1977; Runner up for Educational and Instructional.

SCHOOL SAFETY PATROLS;

226. International Festival of Films on Road Safety, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1977; Award.

227. International Festival of Films on Road Safety, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1977; Special Award.

WINTERFUN CANADA;

228. Canadian Film & TV Assoc. Film Awards 1977; First Prize for Travel & Recreation.

229. Michigan Outdoor Writers Assoc. Film Awards, 1978; Best Outdoor - Travel - Recreation Film - Theodore Roosevelt Award.

230. Travel Industry Assoc. of Canada, 1978; Canuck Award for Travel Films.

THE NARWALS GAME;

232. Canadian Film and Television Association Awards, 1978; First Prize for Nature and Wildlife.

233. Canadian Film and Television Association Awards, 1978; First Prize for Music Score.

NUNATIAQ - THE GOOD LAND;

234. The Canadian Public Relations Society, 1978; Honourable Mention.

INDONESIA - THE CHANGING FACE;

235. 25th Columbus Film Festival Columbus, Ohio, 1977; Chris Bronze Plaque.

236. Information Film Producers of America, Chicago, Ill., 1977; Gold Cindy.

237. 9th Public Relations Film Festival Public Relations Society of America San Diego, California, 1977; First Place Award.

238. 20th International Film and TV Festival of New York; Silver Medal.

239. 2lst San Francisco International Film Festival; Certificate of Participation.

HE ACTS HIS AGE;

240. International Festival of Educational Films, Beirut, Lebanon, 1979; Bronze Medal Award.

FIRE IN 1117;

241. Canadian Film and Television Association Awards, 1979; Finalist in Educational & Instructional.

242. Canadian Film and Television Association Awards, 1979; Craft Award for Best Sound.

243. United Way - Ottawa-Carleton, 1979; Awarded to the employees of Crawley's Film.

THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR HEALTH CARE;

244. Medical Film Festival San Francisco, 1980; Rehabilitation Award.

BONJOUR QUEBEC;

245. Tourism Industry Association of Canada, 1980; Canuck Award for Travel Films.

OBJECTIF CANADA;

246. International Tourism Film Festival, Rabat, Morocco, 1980; Jury Award.

SECURE YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE;

247. Film Festival of Hawaii, 1981; Certificate of Recognition for an Outstanding Film.

ACID RAIN : REQUIEM OR RECOVERY;

248. Audubon International Environmental Film Festival 1980; Certificate of Excellence (Pollution)

249. American Association of Foresters, 1982; Grand Award.

250. Canadian Film and Television Association Awards, 1982; Finalist Certificate.

251. Educationa1 Water Film Festival 1982; Award of Merit.

252. American Film Festival, New York City, Educational Film Library Association, 1983; Blue Ribbon Award.

253. 1983 Intercom, Chicago September, 1983; Gold Plaque Science-Environment-Ecology Category.

254. 1983 Cindy Competition Los Angeles, November 1983; Finalist Award Ecology-Environment Category.

255. 2nd International Environment and Nature Film Festival, Royan, France, Septembre, 1983; First Prize, Ruined Environment Category.

256. XXXVIth Popular Science Film Festival, Rounda-Malaga, Spain, October, 1983; Diploma of Honor.

257. 13th International Agricultural Film Competition, Berlin, January, 1984; Silver Ear Award in the Television Films/Environment Category.

258. National Educational Film Festival, Oakland California, April, 1984; Honorable Mention.

259. Chicagoland Educational Film Festival, 1984; Golden Babe Award.

GREENWING;

260. International Wildlife Foundation 1982; Award of Excellence.

261. Canadian Film & Television Association Awards, 1982; Finalist Certificate.

262. International Film and TV Festival of New York, 1982; Gold Award.

263. 20th Annual National Outdoors Travel Film Awards, 1983; Teddy Award for Best Hunting Entry.

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY;

264. The Advertising and Sales Association of Ottawa 7th Annual Awards - 1987; Award of Merit.

REMEMBRANCE DAY;

265. International Film & TV Festival, New York; Bronze Award, Rock Video Category.

ATKINSON FILM ARTS LIMITED
AWARD WINNING PRODUCER


TUKIKI;

1. Nominated 1980 Outstanding Animation, Outstanding Independent Film and Outstanding Original Music Score Category; Genie Award.

TUKIKI AND HIS SEARCH FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS;

1980 Genie Award Finalist; Outstanding Animation, Independent Film and Original Music Score.

1981 The Children's Broadcast Institute Awards (Canada); Best Animation.


2. Winner 1981 The Children's Broadcast Institute (Canada); Animation Award.

TROLLS AND THE CHRISTMAS EXPRESS;

3. 1982 Canadian Film and Television Association Awards; Finalist.

HEAVY METAL;

4. Winner 1980 Highest Grossing Canadian Release; Golden Reel Award.

5. Winner 1982; Genie Awards
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
Best Achievement in Overall Sound

THE CARE BEARS IN THE LAND WITHOUT FEELINGS;

6. Winner 1983 International Film & TV Festival of New York; Silver Medal (2nd Place).

THE CARE BEARS BATTLE THE FREEZE MACHINE;

March/84 The Thirteen National Actra Awards; Best Children's Program.

RACCOONS ON ICE;

7. 1982 International Film & TV Festival of New York; Bronze Medal (3rd Place).

8. Winner 1983 The Children Broadcast Institute (Canada); Animation Award.

THE CHRISTMAS RACCOONS;

9. Animation Category - 1981 International Film & TV Festival of New York; Bronze Medal (3rd Place).

10. 1981/82 Rated as the #1 Children's Syndicated Animated Television Special; Nielson Ratings.

ATKINSON FILM-ARTS;

11. Energy Expo 82 Knoxville.

ATKINSON FILM-ARTS;

12. March/84 The Thirteen National Actra Awards in the Category of Best Children's program: "Care Bears"; Actra Awards.

ATKINSON FILM-ARTS;

13. 1983 for Care Bears I; Silver Award.

THE BESTEST PRESENT;

14. 1986 Best Animated Program; First Annual Gemini.

15. 1987 Ottawa Program of the year; Actra Award.

16. 1987 Children Broadcast Institute; Best Animated Program.

17. 1987 29th American Film & Video Festival; Blue Ribbon Best Original Works for Children.

THE TIN SOLDIER;

1987 Houston International Film Festival; Silver Certificate.

1987 Banff T.V. Festival; Finalist Children's Programs.




Send inquiries to;
wofarrell@crawleyfilms.ca