The Mid-America chapter of the National Academy of Television and Sciences has awarded INVERSION with three EMMY awards for the OLATHE - THE CITY BEAUTIFUL film series.
“This recognition is beyond words. We set out to make a series of films with the highest standards of production value and storytelling, and these awards are confirmation that we are achieving our goals,” says Gregory Sheffer, series producer/director.
INVERSION entered three categories - historical documentary, director, and cinematography – and won each category.
Bob Courtney is president of the Olathe Historical Society, which is the sponsoring organization of the series. "We're very honored to be a part of these exceedingly well done historical films and are so pleased with their nominations," says Courtney.
The 2011 MidAmerica Emmy awards was held in St. Louis, Missouri on October 22.
Olathe - The City Beautiful DVD is available for sale from the Olathe Historical Society for $10. Click here to purchase the dvd.