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Realscreen’s Global 100 needs your input

In this industry, recognition for your work can be few and far between. At a time when many are feeling that the Oscars have made it harder for docs to be nominated and there aren't a lot of opportunities for factual television and one offs to be awarded either, it seems a good time to give each other a pat on the back. This year realscreen is once again compiling its Global 100 list; the list of the top production companies who work in factual and documentary and who have made the most innovative and inspirational projects this year.
November 24, 2008

In this industry, recognition for your work can be few and far between. At a time when many are feeling that the Oscars have made it harder for docs to be nominated and there aren’t a lot of opportunities for factual television and one offs to be awarded either, it seems a good time to give each other a pat on the back. This year realscreen is once again compiling its Global 100 list; the list of the top production companies who work in factual and documentary and who have made the most innovative and inspirational projects this year.

In order to compile this list, we’re asking you to submit your list of the docs and factual programs of 2008 that you think were the most innovative, original, and best executed of the year. It can be one title, it can be 10 titles; as many as you believe made the most impact this year. Using your lists, we will tally the most nominated production companies to create this year’s Global 100.

The Global 100 is nothing without your input, so we want to hear from you now. Please send in your lists to lgibb@brunico.com by the end of this week (the week of November 24th). Of course, the sooner the better. Thanks in advance.

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