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The Snowman (2017)
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Awards for Children on the Frontline
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Last year, James narrated a documentary for ITN Productions. It was 48.29 long and was released on Channel 4 on Jan 22 2014. The documentary also aired on Canal, ARD, ZDF, CNN and Al Jazeera.
Children on the Frontline was very risky to make and took great courage from its filmmakers, Marcel Mettelsiefen and Anthony Wonke. It showed a portrait of the Syrian conflict from the eyes of 5 young children coping with wartime chaos and danger which was unforgettable and moving.
Since then, it has won many prestigious awards:
- 2014 Peabody Award
- 2014 Berlin Cinema for Peace Award "Most Valuable Documentary of the Year"
- 2014 Prix Bayeux Calvados International Award for war correspondents "Best Long-Format Television Program"
- 2014 One World Media Television Award
- 2014 Amnesty International Media, Gaby Rado Memorial Award "Best New Journalist" for Mercel Mettelsiefen
- 2014 Edinburgh TV Festival "Producer/Director Debut Award" for Marcel Mettelsiefen
- 2014 Association for International Broadcasting Award
- 2014 AIB Excellence Award "International current affairs documentary"
- 2014 Grierson Award "Best International Documentary on a Contemporary Theme"
- 2015 RTS Awards "International Current Affairs" for Channel 4
- 2015 Prix Italia "Current Affairs Documentary Prize" for Channel 4
- 2015 Grand Prix de FIGRA Award
- 2015 Grimme Preis *Called the Oscars of German TV, the award took place on March 27 at Theatre Mari
- 2015 BAFTA CRAFT "Factual Photograph"
- 2015 BAFTA "Best Current Affairs"
- 2015 International Emmy Award "Current Affairs" for ITN Productions *Winners were announced in New York on Sept 28 at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Centre
Although James didn't win an award directly or had to go to Syria, he was an important part of the production crew. His name is the first to appear on the end credits and it would be remiss not to remark on his contribution to this extraordinary film.
Here's Chris Shaw accepting the Peabody Award -- a clip with James' narration was shown during the presentation.
And here's Anthony Wonke, Stephen Ellis and Chris Shaw accepting the BAFTA for Current Affairs
Here is Children on the Frontline, if you've missed it's initial airing.