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We’ve just learned that THE MUMMY WHO WOULD BE KING has also been selected to screen at the The Archaeology Channel’s International Film and Video Festival, on May 21, 2008, in Eugene, Oregon. For more details on this festival, check out this website: http://www.archaeologychannel.org/content/TACfestival.shtml.
THE MUMMY WHO WOULD BE KING was awarded the Prix special du jury
at the at the 7th International Festival of Archaeological Films, held in Brussels. The six-person jury issued this statement: “It’s rare that a visitor to a museum learns the hidden stories to the objects on display there. In a very fun way, this film shows that it’s possible to make discoveries not just at excavation sites, but also in storerooms. This fascinating reconstruction of the identification of a figure from history is directed with clarity and skill.” The awards ceremony was held on Sun. Nov. 25, and Gail was on hand to accept on behalf of NOVA. For more details on the festival check this website: http://www.kineon.be/