Mid-America Emmy Award Recipient
The Nazi Drawings
received a 2004 Mid-America
Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement - Documentary Category
from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Wyrick is seen giving his acceptance
speech after receiving the award at the black-tie event in St.
Louis Union Station Grand Ballroom on October 16, 2004.
New York International Independent Film & Video Festival
The Nazi Drawings was awarded "Best Documentary" and "Best Director" in this New York City festival.
Telluride IndieFest 2K
The Nazi Drawings was named a "Documentary Winner" and received a Certificate of Excellence.
It had two successful screenings in this independent festival in Telluride, Colorado. The documentary played at The Nugget Theater.
Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival
The Nazi Drawings had a very successful screening to a nearly packed house at this international festival dedicated exclusively to documentaries. The festival provided a Q&A forum after the screening where Wyrick discussed and answered questions on The Nazi Drawings.
This non-juried festival showcased many award-winning films & videos including previous Academy Awards nominees & winners.
Palm Springs International Short Film Festival
The Nazi Drawings Documentary was voted a "top audience favorite" in the 6th Annual Palm Springs International Short Film Festival.
There were over 1000 submissions from over 30 countries, from which 250 productions were selected and screened for both a juried competition and an audience appreciation award at the Festival of Arts Cinemas in Palm Springs, California.
The 21st Annual Telly Awards
The Nazi Drawings Documentary received a finalist award in this National Film & Video Contest.
Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival
The Nazi Drawings Documentary won five top awards at the Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival at presented at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Des Moines Art Center Film & Video Competition
The Nazi Drawings was awarded "First Place" in the first ever Des Moines Art Center Film & Video Competition, and played to an appreciative crowd in the Levitt Auditorium in the Des Moines Art Center.
The Iowa Motion Picture Awards
The Nazi Drawings Documentary received four first place "Award of Excellence" trophies at the Iowa Motion Picture Awards Ceremony at the Val Air Ballroom in Des Moines:
The Iowa Motion Picture Association's "Showcase Iowa 2000" is the annual competition for Iowa's film and video production industry. A maximum of five finalists were selected in the preliminary round of judging to compete for the first place Award of Excellence trophy, which is given to only one recipient per category. The remaining finalists received a "Finalist" wall plaque award.
"The Nazi Drawings" received an award for every category in which it was entered.
Texas Film Festival
The documentary was screened at the Rudder Theatre Complex at Texas A&M University.
Valleyfest Film Festival
The Nazi Drawings was an official selection of Valleyfest in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Real to Reel Film & Video Festival
This inaugural festival selected The Nazi Drawings was shown to a very receptive audience in North Carolina.
The Public Premiere
April 2000 - The Documentary played to a packed house at the Levitt Center for University Advancement in Iowa City. The documentary played on two main screens, and in a third conference room for overflow seating. Crowd estimates were over 350.