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2017/04/26

Fuji Television awarded with one Silver and two Bronze World Medals at the 2017 New York International TV & Film Awards

From Left: Director: Nagisa Nagashima, Director: Satomi Yagi

We at Fuji Television are greatly pleased and honored to announce that three of our programs won awards at the 2017 New York Festival’s World’s Best TV and Films. They are:

-Silver World Medal to documentary program THE NONFICTION--THE BOYS OF DESTINY
-Two Bronze World Medals, one to animation program THE GREAT PASSAGE and the other a sports program MEN’S PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL B.LEAGUE OPENING GAME. The latter focused on a circle of excitement created among the game-goers and players using the latest technology.

Founded in 1957, the New York Festivals® International TV & Film Awards is one of the world's finest Television and Films competition that honors programming of all lengths and forms from around the globe. The awards gala this year took place on Apr. 25th at the NAB show in Las Vegas.

With entries from 50 countries, this year’s productions presented a strong competition, and we at Fuji Television are extremely proud to have been awarded a total of 6 prizes including three medals and three Finalist Certificates.

Below are our prize winning programs.

-Silver Medal
The Nonfiction -The Boys of Destiny- (Biography/Profiles)

-Bronze Medal
Men’s Pro Basketball B.LEAGUE Opening Game (Best Production Design/Art Direction)
The Great Passage (Animated Program)

-Final Certificate
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress (Animated Program)
Beyond the Drop (Biography/Profiles)
SMAP x SMAP (Variety)

For more information on the New York Festivals® International TV & Film Awards, visit: http://www.newyorkfestivals.com/tvfilm/