In 1982 ADL established the Dore Schary Awards to honor the memory
of filmmaker Dore Schary for his contributions to the art of the
motion picture -- and for his years of leadership as National Chairman
of the Anti-Defamation League.
There are two awards:
The Dore Schary Student Achievement Award is given each year to student film and
video productions on themes that are in keeping with the Anti-Defamation
League's mission to promote human rights, combat bigotry and prejudice
against all groups and to secure justice and fair treatment for
New! Special Jury Award.
This year the ADL Dore Schary Awards announce a new category.
The 17th Annual Awards will be expanded to include recognition for amateur and professional filmmakers 25 years old or younger.
Productions dealing with the following
themes are eligible:
- Prejudice or Discrimination
- And Themes that Support Diversity