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New York Festivals TV and Film Awards unveils 2024 winners, Al Jazeera wins eight Broadcaster of the Year trophy

NEW YORK, USA — The New York Festivals® (NYF) 2024 TV & Film Awards announced this year’s New York Festival’s Storytellers Gala winning entries. Engaging content created by world-class storytellers and broadcasters were honored on April 16 at the annual Storytellers Gala.

NYF’s TV & Film Grand Jury recognized captivating content created by  global storytellers in the following genres primetime entertainment, documentaries, investigative journalism, sports coverage, promos, streaming media, and brand image films.

In 2024, Al Jazeera English earned the title of Broadcaster of the Year for the eighth consecutive year, an impressive testament to its consistent excellence in covering international issues and a diverse array of themes. Its in-depth reporting earned Gold trophies across the news platform’s expansive news and current affairs programming including 101 East, Fault Lines, and Witness. Gold winning work honored: Gold Mafia – The Laundry Service, Fault Lines – The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, Start Here – On The Road, Sudan Exodus, Witness – Rescue Mission Gaza, and 101 East – Myanmar Rohingya VJs.

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“We are delighted to be named Broadcaster of the Year by the New York Festivals TV & Film Awards,” said Issa Ali, Acting Managing Director of Al Jazeera English. “This award comes from the hard-working teams at Al Jazeera who are so committed to reporting and telling the stories that matter. In today’s world, we believe good journalism is more important than ever. We are deeply grateful to receive this recognition for the work we do.”

Zinc Media Group was honored with the title of Production Company of the Year for the second consecutive year, renowned for consistently delivering high-quality content for top-tier brands. Among the accolades it received was the Gold-winning entry for World Mental Health Day 2023, created for client HSBC and the double Gold-winning documentaries Putin vs the West: At War and Bowelbabe: In Her Own Words.

“To be awarded Production Company of the Year for the second consecutive year, amongst such distinguished competition is such an honour. The recognition we’ve received reflects the dedication of everyone within Zinc Media Group and this award is shared among our team, freelancers and collaborators. Thank you to the judges and to the New York Festivals, we’re delighted at the continued recognition of our work,” remarked Mark Browning, CEO of Zinc Media Group.

2024 Grand Awards

White Angel – The End of Marinka (German Television ZDF) – Documentary: – Docudrama” earned the 2024 Grand Award.  In February 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine, suffering and death descended upon the small town of Marinka in the Donetsk region. Police officer Vasyl Pipa, alongside a team of volunteers, embarked on a mission to evacuate hundreds of people from this frontline town in eastern Ukraine. Dubbed “White Angels” by the grateful residents of Marinka, Pipa and his team operated tirelessly, with Pipa himself recording the dramatic events of their missions through a helmet camera. This is the poignant story behind the images of war and rescue captured by Pipa.

The Great Kanto Earthquake – Three Days of Ruin in Tokyo: Part 1/ Part 2 (NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation) Documentary: – History & Society” also won big. Marking the 100th anniversary of the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, this program offers a fresh perspective on the events surrounding the disaster, which had long been veiled in mystery. Despite the existence of filmed records from the aftermath, these recordings were flawed, making it challenging to pinpoint locations or times accurately. As a result, the reality of how the citizens of Tokyo confronted this overwhelming disaster remained obscured. The program remastered the film into 8K resolution while also making full use of audio accounts by survivors.

Finally, “La Mesías – (Movistar Plus+) Entertainment Program: – Drama.” This Spanish thriller takes the audience on an emotional and cinematic rollercoaster, delving into themes of trauma, faith, and art as a remedy for horror. The psychological mystery, framed within a family setting, unveils a gripping story never before explored. Filmed across over 30 locations and featuring a cast of more than 170 characters and 3,800 extras, it promises a truly immersive experience.

Award-winning entries for 2024 are showcased in the TV & Film Awards winners gallery. View the 2024 TV & Film Awards winners.

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