Home honored with Telly Award

Home honored with Telly Award

Jun 2, 2021 | Home. | 0 comments

The Telly Awards, the world’s largest honor for video and television content across all screens, has announced this year’s winners, including Chapter Two of Home: The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota. It is the fourth award for the episode, which had been recognized earlier in the summer with awards from the Los Angeles Film Awards, the Montreal Independent Film Festival, and The New York Film Awards.

Chapter Two of Home: The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota explores North Dakota’s “bootstrap” mentality, deadly winter weather systems, and the impact of the oil boom in the western half of the state.

The episode features the lived experience of Troy Pryor, and features homeless advocates from around the state, including Pastor Barb Becker, Glory of the Lord Ministries, Watford City; Kate Brovold, Austin’s Mission, Bismarck; Jenna Gullo, Missouri Slope Areawide United Way, Bismarck; Louis McLeod, Minot Area Homeless Coalition, Minot; and Sue Shriek, Northlands Rescue Mission, Grand Forks.

The multi-part series is presented by the Consensus Council, the Fargo Moorhead Coalition to End Homelessness, and the Missouri Valley Coalition for Homeless People; and made possible by Bell Bank, Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority, Family Health Care, and the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition.

Trailer for Chapter Two of Home

Founded in 1979, the Telly Awards honors excellence in video and television across all screens and is judged by the Telly Award Judging Council, a group of leading video and television experts from some of the most prestigious companies in entertainment, publishing, advertising, and emerging technology, such as WarnerMedia, NBC News, Framestore NY, and Vimeo to name a few.

Additional winners of the 42nd Annual Telly Awards range from Netflix, Microsoft, Condé Nast, HBO Latin America, and Nickelodeon to BET Digital, Adobe, Playstation, BBC Global News, and PAPER.

Chapter Two of Home is available online for viewing. It will be available to screen on syndicated television early in 2022. For more details about the series, visit www.Human-Family.org.

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