Videotel Films Gather International Awards

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Maritime training provider Videotel Marine International said that it has received five honors in the past few months.

The company has achieved a Golden Reel award from the Media Communications Association International (MCA-I) Media Festival for its training film “Hydrodynamics and Interaction;” a Gold Remi award for “Hydrodynamics and Interaction” at the WorldFest-Houston international film festival; a Silver Remi from WorldFest for “The Mariner’s Role In Collecting Evidence;” an award for Distinction in the International Academy of the Visual Arts’ annual Communicator Awards for its “Dynamic Positioning Basic Training Course” and an Intermedia Globe Gold award from the World Media Festival for “Piracy and Armed Robbery, edition three.”

www.videotel.com

 

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