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San Antonio Public TV & Lee Dunkelberg garner national awards
for KLRN's "World War II: In Our Words"
Telly Award

“World War II: in our Words” – a three-part documentary of San Antonioans telling their war stories – now has a war story of its own. Telly Award judges gave the documentary three, bronze Telly Awards, one for each hour-long episode.

“It was the stories that won the awards,” said Lee Dunkelberg, producer of “WWII: In Our Words”. KLRN contracted with Mr. Dunkelberg to produce the series that ran in conjunction with the epic Ken Burns’ documentary, “The War”. “It was an honor working with KLRN and can’t thank people enough for coming forward with their stories.”

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Dunkelberg Productions garners another national award

Bronze Telly Award

The 29th Annual Telly Awards has presented Dunkelberg Productions a Bronze Telly Award for "Worst President Rally" in the Internet Social Issues category.

The video commemorated the "Worst President Rally" held on election eve 2006 in Dallas, Texas. President George Bush was addressing the local faithful. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside on the president's home turf to denounce Mr. Bush and his policies. The next day, voters handed the Congress to the Democratic Party, and Democrats swept the Dallas County Courthouse.

Historically, Bronze Telly Award Winners typically have represented about 18 to 25% of the more than 14,000 entrants from the United States and foreign countries. It is second only to the Silver Telly Award.

This is the third Telly Award awarded to one of Lee Dunkelberg's productions. The others include a Silver Telly Award for his documentary USS Lexington: Always Ready! ; the story of the World War II aircraft carrier still serves as the official video of the USS Lexington Museum on the Bay in Corpus Christi, Texas. He also was awarded a Bronze Telly Award in 2004 for Sisterdale Safari VI, a promotional video produced for Land Rover San Antonio.



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Fort Worth Star-Telegram 28 October 2007

"The documentary paints a different side of the war, a canvas of raw humanity illustrating the bravery and pride of the people that were profoundly touched by the war," he (Lee Dunkelberg) said.

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WebWire Release 4 October 2007

It is not a history of World War II. It is like being in a family living room, listening to stories of your Grandparents, Aunts, and Uncles.” – Lee Dunkelberg

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San Antonio Express-News 27 September 2007

"Our goal was to use as many people as possible," he (Lee Dunkelberg) said. "We want everybody's story to be told."

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PRWeb 26 September 2007 (PDF)

"With so many documentaries relying on scholarly rhetoric and predetermined outsets, I saw this programs agenda as a more grass-roots effort." - Sekrett Scilensce (composer of original music for WWII: In Our Words

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