Video production company, Good Eye Deer, has just taken out an award at the prestigious 2015 ATOM Awards. The Hunter Valley based company produced an educational video series for PCYC NSW (Police Citizens Youth Clubs) to help reduce fatalities on NSW roads. The coveted ATOM Award for BEST INSTRUCTIONAL/TRAINING RESOURCE (TERTIARY/GENERAL) 2015, is the fourth award the video series has won. This positions the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program video series as the most awarded educational video production in 2014 /2015.
Australia’s most awarded educational video production
The series has won a range of state, national and international awards (and nominations) including:
WINNER: Best Instructional / Training resource (Tertiary/General) 2015 ATOM Awards
WINNER: Best Series: Education (Personal growth), 2015 US International Film & Video Awards
WINNER: Best Educational Video Production, 2014 National AVPA Awards
WINNER: Gold Award (Corporate & Education) in the 2014 ACS Awards ( NSW/ACT)
NOMINATION: Best Cinematography (Corporate & Education), 2015 National ACS Awards
NOMINATION: Best video in Festival, 2015 US International Film & Video Awards
Good Eye Deer’s compelling video series for traffic offenders explores the human cost of the choices we make when driving. Each year more than 350 people die on NSW roads. Through raw and confronting interviews with offenders, victims, lawyers, police, paramedics and other emergency services personnel, the series demonstrates the consequences of poor driving decisions. The 7 part series includes about 60 minutes of video and took almost 12 months to shoot and produce and is part of the program offered by PCYC.
The accolades bestowed on this educational series are a testament to the skills and professionalism of the Good Eye Deer team”
Howard Barton, GM Communications & Marketing, PCYC NSW
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About the video production company
Good Eye Deer is a multi-award-winning video production company that produces an impressive range of films for education and training, promotion, corporate, TVCs and music videos for clients across Australia. Its principals, Gavin Banks and Olivia Olley, are among the nation’s leading producers with credits including independent award-winning films spanning more than a decade.
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