Eureka wins seven awards at international film festival

MENDOCINO/TRUCKEE, Calif. – Local video production company Eureka Productions won seven awards this month at the 44th annual Worldfest-Houston International Film festival.

“We are delighted to say that your awards assume a very special significance this year, as more than 4,200 category entries were competing from 32 countries,” said Hunter Todd, director of WorldFest Houston.

Eureka Productions’ awards include “how-to” instructional videos, a screen play and a documentary about the world’s largest religious gathering. The complete award list is below, and samples of Eureka Productions videos may be viewed on Youtube.

  1. Remi Award: “Fight to Breath Right”   DVD, which examines Russian breathing and movement techniques for health and exercise (and sorry, fighting)
  2. Remi Award: “Kumbh Mela” DVD, a documentary of the world’s largest religious gathering every 12 years in India at Haridwar.
  3. Remi Award: “I Will Fight No More Forever” DVD, about a Dutch-Indonesian martial arts master featured in Eureka productions award winning “Magus of Denver’
  4. Gold Remi Award: “Heart to Heart” DVD, about healing practices for animals (see “Tapping into the Collective Unconscious” Eureka Productions award, winning in 2010).
  5. Gold Remi Award: “Cayuga Park” DVD, a short news story about a small park in San Francisco with its unusual artistic achievement of sculptures by Demi, the man who maintained the park for more than 30 years. The Park is now threatened by BART, to be destroyed.
  6. Silver Remi Award: “The American Lightwar,” an original screenplay by Sam Edwards
  7. Silver Remi Award: “Best of Masters on the Mountain Healings Seminars” volume II.

Eureka Productions, based in Mendocino and Truckee, Calif., specializes in martial arts and healings seminars, social issues and documentary videos. Our martial arts production department focuses on cutting edge presentations of qigong, meditation, healing and the internal martial arts.

Contact Sam Edwards at 800-937-3142 for more information.

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Eureka Productions wins six awards at international film festival

Eureka Productions won six awards this month at the 43rd annual Worldfest-Houston International Film festival.

“We are delighted to say that your Remi Award assumes a very special significance this year, as more than 4,200 category entries were competing from 32 countries,” said Hunter Todd, director of WorldFest Houston.

Eureka Productions’ awards include “how-to” instructional videos, a screen play and a documentary about world peace. The complete award list is below, and samples of Eureka Productions videos may be viewed on Youtube.

  1. Platinum Remi Award: “Breath through the Pain”   category 109A Television Live
  2. Silver Remi  “Forging a Cherokee Life”  category 219  How to Instruction
  3. Silver Remi  “Tapping into the Collective Unconscious”  category 307 documentary under 60 min.
  4. Bronze Remi “ World Peace Tour” category 255 World Peace and Understanding
  5. Bronze Remi “ A Pilgrimage Journey Three Generations” category  103 A Cultual
  6. Bronze Remi “All American Boy”  category 702  Biographical

Eureka Productions, based in Mendocino and Truckee, Calif., specializes in martial arts and social issues documentary videos. Our martial arts production department focuses on cutting edge presentations of qigong, meditation, healing, and the internal martial arts.
Contact Sam Edwards at 800-937-3142 for more information.

Complete statement from WorldFest Houston International Film Festival

“On behalf of the Staff and Board of Directors and the Grand Awards Jury of the 43rd Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, we wanted to personally thank you for being part of this year’s Festival Awards competition personally thank you for being part of this year’s Festival Awards competition congratulations for your wonderful Remi Award and your entry into the 43rd WorldFest!

“We are delighted to say that your Remi Award assumes a very special significance this year, as more than 4,200 category entries were competing from 32 countries. Our sincere personal congratulations are extended to you for the outstanding creative excellence of your fine award-wining entry in the only truly Indie Film Festival in North America and one of the world’s oldest and largest film and video competitions.”

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