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The audience responded with a unique support and enthusiasm as the CAMIEs not only honored the actors, writers, directors and producers of this year’s ten winning films but also brought back CAMIE AWARD winners from past years as presenters; among the luminaries giving out this year’s awards were Edward Asner and Peter Jason (winners for The Christmas Card who presented the award this year for The Note), as well as Academy Award winner Jon Voight, who made his third appearance at the CAMIEs.
The hosts for the 6th annual event were television personality Leanza Cornett and Entertainment Tonight co-host Mark Steines.
CAMIE AWARDS are presented to entertaining and uplifting theatrical motion pictures and made-for-television films that provided positive role models for building character, overcoming adversity and strengthening families. The CAMIE AWARD winning theatrical films honored were Amazing Grace, Bridge to Terabithia, Miss Potter, Nancy Drew and The Ultimate Gift. The CAMIE recipients in the made-for-television category were Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness (Hallmark Hall of Fame), Love’s Unending Legacy (Hallmark Channel), The Note (Hallmark Channel), Pictures of Hollis Woods (Hallmark Hall of Fame) and Saving Sarah Cain (Believe Pictures).
CAMIE AWARDS Productions will be putting the show up for syndication throughout North America this summer. Viewers are urged to check back at www.CAMIE.org for updates. Following its syndication, CAMIE AWARDS Productions’ parent company Starfish Television Network will also run the show multiple times in its ongoing effort to promote the CAMIE mission.
Speaking of this year’s CAMIE AWARDS, President of CAMIE AWARDS Productions and show co-Executive Producer Joe Lake said, “This could not have been a better year to launch the CAMIEs in Beverly Hills, with so many new participants and longtime attendees enjoying the ceremony at the first class Wilshire Theatre. We are looking forward to having more opportunities to showcase high quality family entertainment in the future.”
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Yea! So glad someone is honoring honorable films.
Some friends and I were talking about films with a faith element, so I thought I’d compile a list of my favorites. Some of the following films are distinctly Christian, others are not Christian but contain an undeniable element of faith.