Film about the experiences of health care workers and volunteers in hurricanes' aftermath wins Silver Telly

August 2006
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Aug2006, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p72
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A film about the experiences of health care workers and volunteers in hurricanes' aftermath wins Silver Telly Award for excellence in the competition's nonbroadcast corporate imagery category. The silver statuette is the Telly's highest honor. The seven-minute documentary explores events at three Mississippi hospitals following the wave of hurricanes that struck the Gulf Coast last fall. The film was directed by Joe Becker, president of thinkfilm inc.


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