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Accolade Award 'Best In Show' for Sacred Sites Egyptian Priestesses ·

Accolade Award 'Best In Show' For Sacred Sites Egyptian Priestesses

Nov. 29, 2018 · 2 weeks, 3 days ago · by Stephen Rooke · 0 comments · 80 views · 205 words


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Tile Films is delighted to announce we have been awarded Best in Show for Documentary Programme/Series for 'Sacred Sites Egyptian Priestesses' from the Accolade Global Film Competition, with them saying from the thousands of applicants 'The judges firmly believe that your entry was outstanding' 

In addition to Best in Show, Tile was also awarded the following for Sacred Sites: Egyptian Priestesses and Sacred Sites: King Arthur

Sacred Sites - Egyptian Priestesses

Award of Excellence: Script / Writer

Award of Excellence: Religion / Ethics

Award of Excellence: Original Score (Egyptian Priestesses composed by Giles Packham)

Award of Excellence: Art Direction

Award of Excellence: Direction

Award of Excellence: Editing

 

Sacred Sites - King Arthur

Award of Excellence: History / Biographical / Travel

Award of Excellence: Cinematography

Award of Excellence: Sound Editing / Sound Mixing

  

Sacred Sites - King Arthur Title Sequence

Award of Excellence: Title / Credit Design  

Tile Films was delighted to produce this great series for the Smithsonian Channel without whose support it would not have been possible.Congratulations to all involved in the creation of this series, the hard work paid off!

http://accoladecompetition.org/
 



ABOUT SACRED SITES - SEASON 2


This  second  season  of  ‘Sacred  Sites’  explores  a  further  six  civilizations  and  their  amazing  sacred  sites.  Dynamic  new  evidence,  cutting-edge  scientific  research  and  revolutionary  theories  offer  new  perspectives  on  these  monuments  and  the  people  who  built  them.

Release: 2018

"This second season of ‘Sacred Sites’ explores a further six civilizations and their amazing sacred sites. Dynamic new evidence, cutting-edge scientific research and revolutionary theories offer new perspectives on these monuments and the people who built them."

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