More Recognition Around the World

We must apologise – excuse that – for not giving an update for a while, but life has been hectic as we try and work on two other possible projects.

The good news is that plenty has been happening with “No Apologies.” First of all we are pleased to advise that the film recently aired on pay TV in Asia via Malaysia based Astro.

“No Apologies” was also selected to be screened at the Tiger Paw Sports Film Festival in New Delhi. It was a finalist in the Feature Documentary category, but did not take out the top award.

Then it was selected for the International Film Festival for Peace Inspiration and Equality. Here we won an honourable mention for best documentary short and an honourable mention in the award for Equality. Ashley Morrison also received an Award of Excellence in the category of best newcomer, for film makers who have made less than three films. The film was also selected as a finalist for the best film made by a newcomer. Once again we did not take out the overall award, but were privileged to be a finalist.

In addition to all this recognition for the film, it has also been selected to be screened at the Southampton International Film Festival in the United Kingdom. This festival runs from the 3rd-6th of October and once again “No Apologies” is a finalist in two categories, those of best documentary, and best editing in a documentary.

Once again we would like to thank all involved with the project and hope that you all share the thrill of such recognition around the world. Now all we have to do is keep our fingers crossed that we may one day pick up a major award.

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One Response to More Recognition Around the World

  1. vanessa mcneil January 31, 2014 at 7:36 pm #

    Hey Ashley,

    I received your DVD today which I’ve been looking forward to watching with much anticipation. I have been a huge fan of the W-League since it’s inception, as I am an avid supporter of any women’s sport.

    Lydia and Kyah are two of the players I enjoy watching most and I have been lucky to attend some local games here in Brissie in which they have played.

    I really enjoyed your documentary on these two stars, and love that their pride in their Indigenous heritage is a driving force, not only in their success on the football field, but in each of their lives as young, strong and passionate women. Thank goodness for the ABC which broadcasts a W-League match once a week for the duration of the season… it’s a highlight for me each Sunday, esp if The Roar aren’t at home.

    Thanks for the DVD Ashley, it was a great watch.

    Vanessa 🙂

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