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April 07, 2009

Email from Nati to Geshe Zopa on the awards won by Unmistaken Child Movie

If you are interested to read more about the Full Frame Documentary Film Festifal awards won by Unmistaken Child Movie and the other awards presented, please scroll down for more details.

Dear Geshe-la,

Rejoice, today (April 5, 2009) we won several awards in U.S. Festival! They are very important documentary Festival in U.S.There are total 3 awards, 2 Awards and an Honorable Mention at Full Frame Film Festival ;
Special Jury Award: "Unmistaken Child"
Inspiration Award: "Unmistaken Child"
Emerging Artist Award - Honorable Mention: "Unmistaken Child" directed by Nati Baratz

Rejoice :)

Thanks for everything.

[Pls visit Nati's face book @ Unmistaken Child Group ]

About Full Frame

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is an annual international event dedicated to the theatrical exhibition of non-fiction cinema. Each spring Full Frame welcomes filmmakers and film lovers from around the world to historic downtown Durham, N.C., for a four-day, morning to midnight array of over 100 films as well as discussions, panels, and southern hospitality. Set within a single city block, the intimate festival landscape fosters community and conversation between filmmakers, film professionals and the general public.

The festival is produced by Doc Arts, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and receives support from corporate sponsors, private foundations and individual donors whose generosity provides the foundation that makes the event possible. To learn more on the mission of Full Frame or for information on membership or sponsorship opportunities, scheduled films or festival passes visit More news on awards presented at

Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

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The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is one of the United States' premier
documentary film festivals, held over the course of four days each spring at the Carolina Theater in Durham, North Carolina. It began in 1998 with no more than a few hundred patrons and has grown tremendously since then.
The festival is renowned[citation needed] for its presentation of both new and curated documentaries as well as panel discussions, seminars, and question and answer sessions, along with the support it has garnered from filmmakers, film industry executives, and the general public.[citation needed] Produced by the non-profit organization Doc Arts, Inc., the festival is funded by private sponsors, some corporate. A few examples of sponsors include The New York Times (which left in 2009),Duke University, A&E, HBO, and the city of Durham.

Full Frame has reached national recognition not just from its impressive programming but also the presence of numerous filmmaking celebrities. Over the years, those attending have included
Morgan Spurlock, Michael Moore, DA Pennebaker, Martin Scorsese, Danny DeVito, Ken Burns, Joan Allen, Mira Nair, Al Franken, Sydney Pollack and many others.
The festival receives over 1,000 new films for consideration, the most of any documentary awards festival in the United States. In 2007 alone, the 10th anniversary of the festival, Full Frame received over 2,100 submissions, of which a select 85 were chosen.