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Margaret Meed and Samoa
Cave of Dreams

AWARDS

Oral History Association of Australia’s Hazel de Berg Award for
Excellence in Oral History, 2011, awarded to Frank Heimans.

National Trust Heritage Award, 2003 for ‘White Bay Power Station' 2003

Ethnic Affairs Commission Multicultural Marketing Award, 1997 and Highly Commended, Premiers Award, 1997 for Making Links.

Honourable Mention, Centre for Australian Cultural Studies Awards, 1996 as ‘an outstanding contribution to the quality of Australian life'; Finalist, Audio Visual Prize, NSW Premier's History Awards and Finalist, Australian Reconciliation Awards, 1997 for Australian Biography series.

Winner, Outstanding Contribution to the Quality of Australian Life, Centre of Australian Cultural Studies, Finalist, Audio/Visual Prize, NSW Premier's History Awards for ‘Australian Biography' Series.

Certificate of Merit, Houston International Film Festival, 1990 and Honourable Mention, Australian International Video Festival, 1991 for In Moral Panic.

Blue Ribbon Award, American Film and Video Festival, 1989 for Margaret Mead and Samoa.

Gold Medal, International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1986 for Paradise Camp . Nominated for ACE Cable Excellence Award (USA), selected by Festival dei Popoli (Italy) 1986, Cork International Film Festival 1986, and screened by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (The Oscars), (USA) 1989.

Commendation for TV Documentary, Television Society of Australia, 1985 and Gold Medal, International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1985 for Where Death Wears a Smile.

Bronze Medal, International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1985 for The Occult Experience.

Blue Ribbon Award, American Film Festival, 1983 and Penguin Award, Television Society of Australia, 1984 for Class of ‘39.

Silver Medal, International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1983 and Penguin Award, TV Society of Australia, 1984 for Cave of Dreams .

Gold Medal, International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1981 and Gold Award, Thessalonica Film Festival, 1981 for The Eleven Powers.

Diploma of Honour, Leipzig International Film Festival, 1978 and International Award, Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame, USA, 1979 for Shadow Sister.

Special Prize, UniJapan International Film Festival, Tokyo, 1977 and Chris Plaque, Columbus Film Festival, USA, 1975 for The Elusive Geisha.

Chris Plaque, Columbus Film Festival, 1976 for The Living Goddess.

Gold Award Berlin International Film Festival, 1974, Red Ribbon Award, American Film Festival and screened at Venice Film Festival, 1972 for What Have You Done With My Country?