JCS International presents new award for young filmmakers

The ceremony was held during the traditional annual nominee Medal Ceremony for the 2017 International Emmy Awards nominees.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 21, 2017 01:01
JCS International presents new award for young filmmakers

JCS INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT Michal Grayevsky (second from right) presents the 2017 Young Creative Award to (from right) Eisa Alhabib, Ewing Luo and Roberto Pino Almeyda yesterday in New York. (photo credit: NOA GRAYEVSKY)

 
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JCS International president Michal Grayevsky presented the first-ever JCS International young Creatives Award at the 2017 International Emmy World Television Festival in New York.

The three winners – Eisa Alhabib of Kuwait, Ewing Luo of China and Roberto Pino Almeyda of Chile – each created exceptional one-minute short videos on the theme of women peacemakers.

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The ceremony was held during the traditional annual nominee Medal Ceremony for the 2017 International Emmy Awards nominees.

“Today, we celebrate three young creatives whose work promotes peace across the globe – and the women who make it all possible,” said Grayevsky. “We are so thankful to the International Academy for their extraordinary work. This first year was superb, and we look forward to partnering for many years to come.” The award was open to contestants from around the world, between the ages of 18 and 29. Three winners were selected based on the criteria of concept, execution, character development and creativity.

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