Awards and Recognition

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Bronze Telly Award for “Forever My Love”

Pat Mire received the Bronze Telly in 2002.


Best Historical Documentary – “Against the Tide”

In 2000, “Against the Tide” was named Best Historical Documentary by the National Educational Telecommunications Association (“NETA”) and was a PBS Pick of the Week.


Silver Telly Award for “Against the Tide”

“Against the Tide” was awarded the Silver Telly in 2000.


Distinguished Artist Award

In 1997, the Acadiana Arts Council presented Pat with its Distinguished Artist Award. This award, which has been given only five times by the Acadiana Arts Council, is bestowed upon individuals who have achieved a level of excellence over the course of their artistic careers. Other recipients have included Zachary Richard and Sonny Landreth. Pat is the only filmmaker to have received the award.


Special Humanities Award

On December 3, 1993, Pat Mire became the first filmmaker to receive this distinguished award from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.


Award of Excellence for “Dance for a Chicken”

In 1993, Pat Mire was awarded this honor by the American Anthropological Association.


Silver Telly Award for “Dance for a Chicken”

Pat Mire received the Silver Telly in 1993.


Award of Commendation for “Anything I Catch”

In 1991, Pat Mire was awarded an Award of Commendation at the Margaret Mead Film Festival.