"Surviving Due Process" Wins Award of Excellence
The Aegis Awards were founded over a decade ago by an independent group of directors and producers that had grown skeptical of competitions judged by people who had little or no experience doing the creative work that they were judging.
The group agreed that the opinions that matter are those of their peers. That's how the Academy Awards are judged. They decided that was how the Aegis Awards would be judged.
year a handful of judges are carefully selected from the ranks of
previous Aegis winners to represent a wide range of industry occupations.
Last year's judges included two producers, three directors, a cameraman,
two writers, a music composer/editor, a news director, and others.
Judges include freelancers, production company staff, and in-house
corporate video staff. Surviving
Due Process: Stephen Jeffers v. School Board
is published by Harbor
House Law Press and The
Virginia Legal Advocacy Center.