Just wanted to pass along a quick note to let everyone know that in another absolutely stunning evening, Tohubohu took home several awards at the 2011 TIVA Peer Awards, held last month at the National Press Club!
- Bronze Award: 48HFP — Directing, “All Roads Lead Away” (William R. Coughlan, director)
- Bronze Award: 48HFP — Overall, “All Roads Lead Away” (Pam W. Coughlan, producer, and William R. Coughlan, executive producer)
- Bronze Award: Editing — Fiction Short, “Green House” (William R. Coughlanand Brad Hartland, editors)
- Bronze Award: Independent Short, “Green House” (Pam W. Coughlan, producer, and William R. Coughlan, executive producer)
- Silver Award: 48HFP — Directing, “Please Forward” (William R. Coughlan, director)
- Silver Award: 48HFP — Overall, “Quite Contrary” (Nello DeBlasio, director, Bjorn Munson, producer, and William R. Coughlan, executive producer)
- Silver Award: Editing — Fiction Short, “Touched by a Lawyer” (William R. Coughlan, Brad Hartland, and Colin Heichman, editors)
Sincerest congratulations to everyone involved in all of these productions! The event itself was a blast, and we had a great time networking with other film and video professionals — and had a special treat on realizing that three out of the four award presenters were Tohubohu veteran performers (Joy Haynes, Gale Nemec, and Joe Hansard).
Of course, for a somewhat more detailed recap (and some information on other notable award winners), be sure to check out the latest episode of the just-released Tohubohu Producer Podcast! For those of you keeping score, that’s episode 10 since the original launch, or the second in our “relaunched” series. In this episode (in addition to the aforementioned information on the Peer awards), regular hosts Bjorn and Bill are joined by special guest filmmaker BigTony of Crowded Elevator Pictures to discuss DSLR filmmaking. Go ahead and give it a listen — and be sure to subscribe either via the iTunes Store or the direct RSS feed to get the latest episodes delivered automatically.
That’s it for now. Have a great holiday season, everyone, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted about upcoming projects, screenings, and events!