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Earth VideoWorks - List of Telly Awards

For 38 years, Telly Awards have been given to honor the finest video and film productions in the world. The Telly is one of the most sought-after awards by industry leaders, from large international firms to local production companies. The Telly Awards is a widely known and highly respected national and international competition and receives over 14,000 entries annually from all 50 states and 30 countries around the world. Less than 10 percent of entries win the top "Silver Telly" award. Distinguished winners include among others, ABCNEWS.com, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Con Edison, Cox Communications, Discovery Kids, ESPN, Microsoft Corporation, Miramax Films, NASA Television, Nike, Inc., The History Channel, Time Warner Cable, Universal Studios Hollywood and Xerox Corporation.

Earth VideoWorks did not submit entries in 2006 or 2007, due to our intense production schedule which resulted in nearly 30 DVD titles being released. We returned to submitting entries in 2008 and are honored to have won 5 Silver Telly Awards for our "Seasons of the National Parks" series, and a Silver Telly Award for our 2008 release "StarLight".

Earth VideoWorks decided in 2009 to discontinue submitting titles for the Telly Awards, instead focusing efforts on quality production, sales and distribution.

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"Seasons of the National Parks: Arches and Canyonlands" showcases the beautiful seasons of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks as photographed over many years by award winning Utah photographer – Tom Till. And, because Till lives near the parks, in Moab, Utah, his chronicle of the parks extends through late fall, winter and early spring – when few people are able to visit the parks. Accompanying the photography is an hour of beautiful music from CSSmusic.

"Seasons of the National Parks: Glacier" showcases the beautiful seasons of Glacier as photographed over many years by local legend – George Ostrom. And, because Ostrom has hiked 10,000 miles and climbed half the 199 named peaks in the park since 1936, his unique chronicle extends through late fall, winter and early spring – when few people are able to visit. Accompanying the photography is an hour of beautiful music from CSSmusic.

"Seasons of the National Parks: Rocky Mountain" showcases the beautiful seasons of Rocky Mountain National Park as photographed over many years by award winning photographer – Don Faler. And, because Faler lives near the park, his chronicle of the parks extends through late fall, winter and early spring – when few people are able to visit the parks. Accompanying the photography is an hour of beautiful music from CSSmusic.

"Seasons of the National Parks: Yellowstone and Grand Teton" showcases the work of Jackson Hole photographer Henry H. Holdsworth. A biologist with a background in animal behavior and environmental education, Henry has spent over twenty five years photographing wildlife and wilderness landscapes. Accompanying the photography is an hour of original music composed and performed by David Arkenstone. David has established himself as one of the best contemporary-instrumental musicians of our time.

"Seasons of the National Parks: Zion and Bryce Canyon" showcases the beautiful seasons of Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks as photographed over many years by award winning Utah photographer – Tom Till. And, because Till lives near the parks, in Moab, Utah, his chronicle of the parks extends through late fall, winter and early spring – when few people are able to visit the parks. Accompanying the photography is an hour of beautiful music from CSSmusic.

"StarLight - Images From The Hubble Space Telescope" From the violence of exploding stars, colliding galaxies and the turbulent interstellar gases giving birth to new stars, emerges a sublime celestial beauty. In its 17 years of exploring the heavens, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has snapped nearly 500,000 images of more than 25,000 celestial objects. The stunning collection of images on this program are some of the most beautiful, and will leave you in awe of the diverse and complex processes at work in the stars, galaxies and nebulae that make up the universe. You may watch the program from an emotional and aesthetic standpoint or view subtitles explaining the images by pressing the 'subtitle' button on your DVD remote control. Subtitles are in English and Spanish.

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"Here Comes Santa Claus..." presents hundreds of vintage Christmas cards from the 1890's to the early 1900's, set to the holiday piano music of national recording artists The O'Neill Brothers. The cards are animated with falling snow, twinkling lights, glowing candles, and much more. It is packed with emotion and full of surprises.

"Inspirations" presents beautiful nature photography interspersed with inspiring quotations. The relaxing piano music of national recording artists The O'Neill Brothers accompanies the program. Designed for motivational settings,"Inspirations " is used by corporate trainers, motivational speakers and others who wish to present an uplifting environment in preparation for their programs.

"DreamScapes" turns a TV into a contemporary art gallery with over 250 original works of art. The vivid flowing colors are set in motion and are synchronized to the piano music of national recording artists The O'Neill Brothers, who have sold over 1,000,000 CDs. The surreal moving images are ideal for playing on large screen TVs while entertaining.

"Spirit of the Southwest -The Art of Amado M.Peña,Jr." presents over 150 works of Peña's unique art accompanied by Grammy Award winning Native American flute music by Mary Youngblood. Peña's work is the essence of the Southwest, with bold colors, forms and dynamic composition that capture a vision of a people, a land, and its art. A master printer, his serigraphs are noted for bold color schemes and strong graphic use of lines. His etchings convey quiet elegance in fine lines and soft color. The drama of his paintings is heightened by an intensity of hue and unexpected spatial relationships. Abstractions of the landscape merge with exaggerated human forms; blanket and pottery patterns further echo the shapes of the land. Mary Youngblood was a Grammy Award winner in 2003 for the vibrant release Beneath The Raven Moon. Many of the songs on that album and songs from her other releases, The Offering, Heart of the World, and 2005 Grammy nominated Feed The Fire accompany "Spirit of the Southwest ".


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