At a glittering ceremony held in London on October 10th, ReadDillon celebrated a brace of awards at the 2013 tv/e Global Sustainability Film Awards.
Their film for the incredible healthcare work undertaken by their client the Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic won both the Best Overall Film and the Community Investment Category.
The tv/e Global Sustainability Film Awards ceremony, which took place at the distinguished British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA) in Piccadilly, was a glittering black-tie event attended by over a 150 invited guests including the shortlisted film entrants. The winning entrants in 5 categories were announced live on stage at the event.
ReadDillon’s winning entry documents some of the cross-border work the Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic have been doing to help women suffering from obstetric fistula. To watch the film, or for more information about the great work the clinic does, visit Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic website.
For 28 years tv/e has been inspiring change for a greener, fairer world through films. Today, their aim is to enable best practice companies and regional and local governments from around the world to inspire change too – by providing a global platform for your films about what they are doing to make a difference.
Following on form the success of the inaugural tve Global Sustainability Film Awards last year, a 75-minute programme of this year’s award ceremony was broadcast on Sky Channel 189 across Europe. It was also be broadcast on the China International Broadcasting Network (CIBN). The awards ceremony programme can be viewed at www.propellertv.co.uk
Other winners included: EDF Energy, Siemens – India, Short Architects & Screenspace Productions and J&H Sales.