Documentary Emmy Award

Hope: Living and Loving with HIV in Jamaica
Poet Kwame Dawes explores how HIV/AIDS has shaped the lives of islanders in an artful award-winning multimedia package.
Talking to the Taliban
Emmy-winning portrait of the average Afghan insurgent, derived from 42 video interviews, reveals why they are fighting. (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Earthquake in China
Stark survival stories abound amidst the rubble of Sichuan Province's devastating 7.9 temblor that killed 60,000 and left millions homeless. Emmy nominee.(WP)
Michigan Marines: Band of Brothers
Emmy-winning video series shows the riveting, gritty journey of soldiers and their families, and the impact of their service in Iraq.
Where Children Find Hope
Six-part video series provides a rare look inside a modern-day orphanage, where foster kids grow up together while waiting to be adopted. (Detroit Free Press)
Forty Years of 'Respect'
Aretha Franklin's Grammy award-winning hit gets its propers in this celebratory Emmy-winning multimedia package.
Intended Consequences
After 800,000 Rwandan Tutsis were massacred, thousands of surviving women contracted HIV and bore children as a result of being raped. (MediaStorm)
Pit Bulls: Companions or Killers?
Pit bull lovers say the dogs are friendly when raised correctly, and that rogue owners ruin their reputation by raising them to fight.
Bloodline: AIDS and Family
Intimate look at the harsh reality of the AIDS pandemic in Africa reminds us how tenuous our connection is to each other.
Kingsley's Crossing
A 23-year-old lifeguard from the impoverished town of Limbe, Cameroon embarks on a harrowing journey that takes him halfway across Africa.