Awards

Women Warriors:The Voices of Change has received a 2022 GRAMMY® nomination in Best Classical Compendium. (Conducted by Amy Andersson. Producers Amy Andersson, Lolita Ritmanis and Mark Mattson.) 

Shortly after its live premiere at Lincoln Center in September 2019, this production received the Shorty Social Good Awards GOLD 2020 Best in Live Events and has now won over twenty-four international music and film awards. Winner of Chicago Indie Film Awards Best Composer, LA Independent Women Film Awards Best Documentary Feature, Toronto International Women Film Festival Best Human Rights, Berlin Indie Film Festival Best Original Score, Berlin Indie Film Festival Best Documentary, Austin International Art Festival Best Music in a Feature Film, IndieFEST Film Award of Recognition Women Filmmaker, IndieFEST Film Award of Merit Liberation, Social Justice, Protest, 2021Telly Awards Silver in Documentary Craft-Use of Music for Non-Broadcast, Telly Awards Bronze in Documentary General-Music/Concert for Non-Broadcast, Telly Awards Bronze in Documentary General-Cultural for Non-Broadcast, Telly Awards Bronze in Documentary General-Education for Non-Broadcast, W3 AWARDS GOLD Public Service and Activism, W3 AWARDS SILVER Activism for Video, W3 AWARDS SILVER Education for Video, W3 AWARDS SILVER Best Editing for Video, W3 AWARDS SILVER Best Directing for Video, W3 AWARDS SILVER Best Use of Audio for Video, and CINEfem Audience Choice Awards Best Feature Film. Screenings include FIMUCINEMA Tenerife, North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival, I Will Tell International Film Festival and JIFF Jaipur International Film Festival, among others. 

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