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"A GUIDE TO CORONERS' INQUESTS" (UNITED KINGDOM)
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Documentary: Feature (over 30 minutes)

Entrant: Crown Business Communications / London
Sponsor/Client: Ministry of Defence / London
Production Company: Crown Business Communications / London


The Coronerís Inquest is often the time when bereaved families, friends and colleagues can receive some sort if closure into the death of their loved one and as a result is a hugely important event. However, many are not sufficiently informed of the objectives of an inquest, misunderstanding what they are designed to achieve and ultimately not taking full advantage of the inquiry.
This film was made to clearly, sympathetically and sensitively document the reality of a Coronerís Inquest and provide factually accurate picture of the process and purpose of the inquiry. In doing so, this film aims to allay any concerns or possible misconceptions surrounding the inquest and provide essential support for all involved during what is an exceptionally harrowing and often bewildering time.


"MOUNT ST. HELENS - LIFE FROM ZERO" (AUSTRIA)
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Documentary: Feature (over 30 minutes)

Entrant: Interspot Film GmbH / Vienna
Sponsor/Client: ORF-UNIVERSUM / Vienna
Production Company: Interspot Film GmbH / Vienna


On May 18, 2010 is the 30 anniversary of the eruption of Mount St. Helens, one of the greatest natural disasters or our time. The 1980 eruption turned a pristine forested mountain into a barren landscape as lifeless as Mars. This film tells the unique story of what happened then-as a dramatic period of hope and fear lasting for 30 years.


"NINE DAYS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD" (USA)
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Documentary: Feature (over 30 minutes)

Entrant: Citizens United / Washington, DC


June 2009 marks the 30th anniversary of Pope John Paul IIís historic nine day visit to Poland in June of 1979. It was the Popeís first visit to his homeland as Pope since his election eight months before. The reaction throughout Poland was overwhelming Ė and the world was watching. John Paul II biographer George Weigel describes these nine days as the pivot upon which the entire 20th Century turned.
In this feature documentary, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista will explore the historic "nine days" of the Popeís unprecedented pilgrimage and what it meant to Poland, to Europe, to the Catholic faithful, and to the world at large. Through this lens will emerge a chronicle of what is arguably the 20th centuryís most compelling religious, spiritual, political and humanitarian event.


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