Award Winning VMS Titles
Click on the award name to see a list of
winners available from VMS
Thousands of VMS programs have
won awards. Look at the full title description to see a program's
honors. Here are links to some of the more notable awards given.
The Caldecott Medal was named in honor of
19th Century English illustrator Randolph Caldecott. It is awarded
annually to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book
for children. VMS has dozens of video versions of these medal winners
and honor books.
The Newbery Medal is awarded annually for the most distinguished
American children's book. It is named for the 18th Century English
bookseller John Newbery. The award is the best known and oldest
children's book award. VMS has many video versions of the Newbery
Medal winners and honor books.
International Film and Video Festival
A competition and showcase of excellence for film and video
production in corporate, independent, television, educational,
documentary, industrial, entertainment-fiction and non-fiction types.
The longest running festival of its kind in North America.
CINE was founded in 1957
by a consortium representing business, education, and government
to depict American life and thought realistically for a global
CINE recognizes the highest quality of non-theatrical film and
The Emmy Awards recognize excellence
within various areas of the television industry. The awards are a
symbol of peer recognition from over 12,000 members of the Academy.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a professional
honorary organization of over 6,000 motion picture
was founded with many purposes, including advancement of
the arts and sciences of motion pictures;
to foster cooperation among creative
leaders for cultural, educational
and chnological progress; and to foster educational activities
between the professional community and the public-at-large.
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