Award Winning Films

Moonshine Agency is the proud producer over 30 international award-winning films.  First of all, more information about these specific awards can be found on the Awards Page.

So the purpose of this page is to showcase some of our recent award-winning films.

Our goal is to find and attract more collaborators.  Subsequently, we love working with people from all around the world.  So we can produce more award-winning films that move humanity forward.

As a result, our motto is. Tell Your Story, Change The World.

So if this resonates, we’d love to hear from you.  And our contact details can be found at the top of this page and also on the Contact Page.

Finally, please enjoy this showcase of some of our recent award-winning films.


Advocacy Video of The Month – Cancer Council Australia

Award Winning Films

This award-winning film is produced in collaboration with Cancer Council Australia and the Union for International Cancer Control.

And it won the gold award in the 2019 Horizon Interactive Awards. It is recognized as the best advocacy or non-profit film.

The film featured at:

  • United Nations in New York, USA.
  • World Cancer Leader’s Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Opening Ceremony of the World Cancer Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Opening Ceremony of the IPVS Conference in Sydney, Australia.
  • FIGO Conference in Rio De Janiero, Brazil.
  • It has also been translated into French, with another 10 languages pending.
  • The film has also been adopted by the World Health Organization.  And it features on their webpage for cervical cancer.

Award Winning Production Company

This award-winning feature impact film was produced with the support of several organizations.  These include the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care, Lien Foundation, TPI Enterprises, Australasian Palliative Link International, and Open Society Foundations.

The feature film is available to rent or own on Vimeo On Demand. And it is available on Amazon Prime in certain territories.  It is also available on DVD and Blu-ray at the Moonshine Agency Store.

Above all, this film has won the:

  • Humanitarian Gold Award in the Global Independent Film Awards 2019.
  • Best Feature Documentary Silver Award in the Global Independent Film Awards 2019.
  • Silver Award for Best Editing in the Global Independent Film Awards 2019.
  • Best Screenplay Bronze Award in the Global Independent Film Awards 2019.
  • Accolade Film Awards, Award of Excellence, Special Mention.
  • Impact Docs Awards, Award of Excellence.
  • The Indie Fest, Award of Excellence.

Most notably, the film is available to the public via:

  • Cinemas in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, South Africa, and India.
  • It made its premiere at the International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala.
  • On Amazon Prime in the USA, Canada, the UK, and India.
  • Broadcast on free-to-air TV in 7 countries.
  • And is available in university campuses worldwide via Kanopy Streaming.

Award-Winning Short Film – Melbourne Indigenous Transition School

Award Winning Films

First of all, this award-winning short documentary film was produced in collaboration with the amazing Melbourne Indigenous Transition School.

And it won the gold award in the 2019 Horizon Interactive Awards.  The film was recognized as the best short documentary film.

Most importantly, this film was an installation that supported the Barring-bul Walking in Two Worlds exhibition.  And the exhibition took place at Trinity College, which is located at the University of Melbourne.

Award Winning Production Company

This award-winning feature TV show was produced with the support of numerous partners.  And these partners include the Aspen Foundation, the Snow Foundation, the National Heart Foundation, and Bupa among others.

Also, the feature film is available to rent or own on Vimeo On Demand.  Similarly, it is available on DVD and Blu-ray at the Moonshine Agency Store.

And this film has won the:

  • Best Featurette Gold Award in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • Original Song Gold Award in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • The Indie Fest, Award of Excellence.
  • Accolade Film Awards, Award of Merit.
  • Impact Docs Awards, Award of Merit.
  • Best Documentary Silver Award in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • Humanitarian Silver Award in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • (Dis)Ability Silver Award in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • Best Editing Silver Award in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • Silver Award for Best Visual Effects in the Global Independent Film Awards.
  • Accolade Film Awards, Award of Merit, Native & Indigenous Peoples.

Furthermore, the film has screened on:

  • NITV Australia.
  • SBS OnDemand.
  • ABC International (45 Countries).
  • Broadcast on free-to-air TV in 7 countries.
  • Cinemas across Australia and New Zealand.
  • Parliament House Canberra.
  • Federation Square Melbourne.
  • Parliament House Darwin.
  • Available in Australian and New Zealand Schools via Screenrights.
  • And it is also available in university campuses worldwide via Kanopy Streaming.

Award Winning Films

First of all, this award-winning short film was produced in collaboration with the American Society of Hematology and the Sickle Cell Foundation of Ghana. Furthermore, it was produced with the support of Novartis.

And it won the gold award in the 2019 Horizon Interactive Awards.  It was recognized as the best advocacy or non-profit film.

Most importantly, this film has featured at awareness-raising and advocacy events about sickle cell disease in the USA and Ghana. Subsequently, it has been screened widely around World Sickle Cell Disease Day.  Furthermore, it has also been versioned for clinical use in Ghana in the most spoken local languages of Twi and English.

Are you wondering how video could work to advance your mission? 

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