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Grand Teton Award (sponsored by Panasonic Solutions)
Crossing the Line Films, IFB, RTÉ, CBC, SWR, ZDF, ARTE, MEDIA, Nature for WNET New York Public Media and BBC
Best Animal Behavior Program (sponsored by NHK Japanese Broadcasting)
Best People & Nature Program (sponsored by The Nature Conservancy)
HUMAN PLANET–RIVERS: FRIEND AND FOE
BBC Wales, BBC Natural History Unit, Discovery Channel and BBC Worldwide
Best Science & Nature Program (sponsored by Howard Hughes Medical Institute)
December Films and Pemberton Films & Smithsonian Networks
Best Wildlife Habitat Program (sponsored by FootageBank HD)
EPO Film for ORF/Universum, NDR and Nature for WNET New York Public Media
Best Earth Sciences Program (sponsored by Marco Polo)
SEA REX 3D: JOURNEY TO A PREHISTORIC WORLD
N3D Land Productions & Mantello Brothers Productions
Conservation Hero (sponsored by Disneynature)
ELSA: THE LIONESS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD
Brian Leith Productions, The Natural World, BBC & Nature for WNET New York Public Media
Best Children’s Program (sponsored by Teton Science Schools)
THE RIDDLE SOLVERS: THE SHARK RIDDLE
Sisbro Studios & The Save Our Seas Foundation
Best Limited Series (sponsored by Terra Mater Factual Studios)
BBC, Discovery Channel, France Televisions and BBC Worldwide
Best 3D Program (sponsored by GoPro)
FLYING MONSTERS 3D
National Geographic and Atlantic Entertainment for SKY 3D
Best Cultural Institution Media Installation (sponsored by North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences)
WHALES TO WINDMILLS: INVENTIONS INSPIRED BY THE SEA
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Best Fulldome Program (sponsored by Global Immersion)
Marian Zunz Newcomer Award (sponsored by the Discovery Channel)
HELGOLAND: ISLAND IN THE STORM
Robert Morgenstern, Studio Hamburg DocLights Naturfilm
Best Short Program (sponsored by National Geographic)
Mill Valley Film Group
Best Short Shorts Program (sponsored by Natural History New Zealand)
Best Interactive/New Media Program (sponsored by ARKive)
ONE OCEAN INTERACTIVE www.oneoceanonline.org
Best Cinematography (sponsored by FujiFilm Optical Devices)
Best Original Music Score (sponsored by Sony Electronics)
THE LAST LIONS
Wildlife Films and National Geographic
Best Sound (sponsored by Dolby Laboratories)
Studio Hamburg DocLights/NDR Naturfilm, Universum Film, & Intervista
Jörn Röver, Reinhard Radke, Sound Mix / Sound Design: Richard Borowski, Kai Storck, Carsten Richter
Best Writing (sponsored by ORF Universum)
MY LIFE AS A TURKEY
Passion Pictures, Nature for WNET New York Public Media & BBC
Joe Hutto & David Allen
Special Jury Awards (sponsored by Aerial Filmworks)
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