arking its 40th anniversary as the world’s largest honor for video and television content across all screens, The Telly Awards announced this year’s winners, including animated, environmentally-conscious standouts like Passion Pictures & CNN’s “There’s a Rang-Tan in my Bedroom“, live streaming favorite DC Entertainment’s “DC Daily Live with Kevin Smith”, Netflix’s drag show music video of Dolly Parton’s legendary “Jolene”and CBS Interactive’s viral juggernaut for “The Late Late Show with James Corden: The Biggest Baby Shark Ever” starring a crooning Josh Groban and Sophie Turner. A resurgence of documentary filmmaking also prompted top honors for a diverse range of companies: ESPN, AETN, AJ+, HBO Latin America, and PBS.
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Alex Miranda Cruz, an award-winning filmmaker and co-founder of Bravebird, a Madison-based, filmmaking company, was scheduled to be at Threshold in March with a much-anticipated evening debuting a presentation and conversation about Cinema Dignité.Read More
Alex and Noel Miranda are co-founders of Bravebird, a Madison-based film company. Bravebird’s mission is to transform the way gender and diversity is depicted on screen with a filmmaking methodology called Cinema Dignite. Cinema Dignite centers around visuals with impeccable quality that’s ethically produced, all with the goal of including and empowering the communities depicted. Through commercials, documentaries and feature films, Bravebird includes a diverse group of creatives from beginning to end of the story-telling process.Read More