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Mill Valley Film Group Wins Big

June 13, 2012

We are thrilled to announce that our partners at Mill Valley Film Group took home their third Emmy Award for The New Environmentalists, a short film featuring the work of the 2011 Goldman Prize winners: Ursula Sladek, Dmitry Lisitsyn, Prigi Arisandi, Hilton Kelley, Raoul du Toit and Francisco Pineda.

The 41st Annual Northern California Area Emmy Awards took place on Saturday, June 9th at the Hilton San Francisco. Mill Valley Film Group has won three out of four past Emmy nominations in Public/Current/Community Affairs – Program/Special category. Congratulations!

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