12 internationally broadcast documentaries, 1970-1977
Produced and directed by Peter Rosen Productions, Inc. for worldwide distribution by USIA to over 100 countries.
Such as the following:
National Science Foundation, 1980 20 minute educational film on the Monsoon in India and Malaysia. Filmed in these countries before and during the monsoons of 1979.
CINE Golden Eagle, 1981
IFPA Cindy Award, 1981
VENICE, First Prize
National Park Service, 1979 The volcanic eruption 900 years ago in Northern Arizona.
CINE Golden Eagle, 1979
Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, 1979
Gold Medal, New York Film and Television Festival, 1979
The Seventh Service
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1978 Illustrates the various functions of NOAA personnel throughout the world; on land, in the air, at sea, and underwater.
Gold Medal, New York Film and Television Festival, 1978
CINE Golden Eagle, 1978
Finalist, American Film Festival, 1978
First Places in numerous Foreign Festivals on the Environment
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: After Our Baby Died
HEW, 1976 Acquaints the medical profession with the problems faced by S.I.D.S. parents. A personal portrait of a couple who has lost their child to this unknown disease.
Gold Plaque, Chicago International Film Festival, 1976
Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival, 1976
CINE Golden Eagle, 1976
First Place, John Muir Medical Film Festival, 1976
United States Information Agency, 1975 Catholicism in the United States today as seen through the celebration of the Mass by various ethnic groups, throughout the country.
CINE Golden Eagle
First Place Medal, Bilboa Film Festival (Spain)
Religious Heritage of America Citation
First Prizes — Edinburgh, Valladolid, Venice Festivals
First Prize, USA Film Festival, Dallas
United States Information Agency, 1974 The Eastern Orthodox Church in the U.S. as seen through the seven sacraments from birth to death.
Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge George Washington Honor Medal, 1975
CINE Golden Eagle, 1974