MY HERO Film Festival Wins at Anthem Awards
MY HERO is proud to announce that we have been honored with a Bronze placement at the third Anthem Awards for our Film Festival in the category of Education, Art & Culture - Event (Not-For-Profit). With approximately 2,000 submissions from 40 countries around the world, this is indeed a true honor and accomplishment and a tribute to the hard work of the team at MY HERO.
Said Patricia McLoughlin, Anthem Awards General Manager, “The work that we have received in the 3rd Annual Anthem Awards is game-changing. From innovative projects fighting climate change to impactful calls for equal rights across the globe and best-in-class CSR and ESG efforts- the Anthem Award Winners are a bright light in our uncertain world.”
The MY HERO International Film Festival, which is now in its 20th year, brings together professional and youth filmmakers who honor local and global heroes working for positive change in the world. Prizes and awards are awarded to primary, secondary, and college students as well as professionals in a variety of categories including documentary, narrative, music video, animation, and experimental.
Said Jeanne Meyers, Co-Founder and Director of MY HERO: “We are truly honored to be recognized as a winner in the category of Events in EDUCATION, ART, AND CULTURE. The other finalists are doing wonderful work, and this recognition means a great deal to our team at MY HERO and to those who support our non-profit organization. I am grateful to Wendy Milette, our Film Festival Director, and to our Board of Directors and all of the devoted staff and contributing professional artists, writers, filmmakers, and students who have been helping build MY HERO’s festivals for the last 20 years.”