Six films on the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy for The Sixth Floor Museum at the former Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, Texas.
Over 5 million visitors have seen these films.
Comments by visitors
“These films have made me feel again the wave of courage, strength and hope that is America.”
“Extraordinary films…future generations will come here, remember and understand as I have done.”
“Incredible films…very seldom do we have the opportunity to relive our past…you have given that to each of us.”
“One of the most unexpectedly moving experiences I’ve ever had.”
2nd Place Nationally (Category: Interpretive Publications, Audio Tape) – National Association of Interpretation
Silver Award – Houston International Film Festival
Gold Citation/Mitchell A. Wilder Award for Excellence – Texas Association of Museums
MATRIX Certificate of Achievement: Portrait of People (Category:AV/Broadcast) – Women in Communications
Finalist – International Film Festival of New York
Finalist – 12th Annual Short Film Competition – USA Film Festival (Dallas)
For Creative Excellence (Category: History, Biography) – US Film and Video Festival (US Festival Association)
Bronze CINDY – Association of Visual Communicators