AWARDS

Robert Marshall Wells has received over 30 awards for his film production, including 5 Collegiate Emmy nominations, and an Emmy win.

Awareness Film Festival // 2018

Los Angeles, California

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer for “A World of Difference: Portland, Ore.” Screened May 2018.

 

NATASNW (Emmy) College Division Award Nomination // 2018

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form non-fiction category for “A World of Difference: El Paso, Texas.”

 

NATASNW (Emmy) College Division Award Nomination // 2018

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form non-fiction category for “A World of Difference: Sedalia, Missouri.”

 

Accolade Awards of Merit // 2017

Received 12 awards as Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer for “A World of Difference: Sedalia, Missouri,” and “A World of Difference: El Paso, Texas,” including recognition for: long-form non-fiction, original score, editing, use of film/video for social change. Documentary short, among others.

 

Society of Professional Journalists Region 10 Finalist // 2016

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the category of Best Television In-Depth Reporting for Documentary film, “Changing Currents: Protecting North America's Rivers.” 

NATASNW (Emmy) Chapter College Division Award Nomination // 2016

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form documentary category for “These Four Years.”

 

First-Place Award from the National Broadcasting Society in long-form documentary category // 2016

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer for “These Four Years.” 

 

Accolade Award of Merit // 2015

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form documentary category for “These Four Years.”

NATASNW (Emmy) College Division Award Nomination // 2015

Executive Producer and Faculty Advisor in the Long-Form News Category for “Waste Not: Breaking Down the Food Equation.”  

 

Broadcast Education Association 2nd Place Award // 2015

Las Vegas, Nevada

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer. National Second-Place Award in the long-form documentary category from the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.

 

Grand Prize Finalist: National Broadcasting Society (Alpha Epsilon Rho) // 2015

Executive Producer and Faculty Advisor in Long-Form Documentary category for the film “Waste Not: Breaking Down the Food Equation.”

Rising-Star Award: Canada International Film Festival (CIFF) // 2015

Executive Producer and Faculty Advisor in Long-Form Documentary category for the film “Waste Not: Breaking Down the Food Equation.”

 

Award of Merit -- Special Mention: From the Accolade Competition of Southern California // 2014

Executive Producer and Faculty Advisor in Documentary Short category for the film “Waste Not: Breaking Down the Food Equation.” 

 

Grand Prize Award from the National Broadcasting Society – Alpha Epsilon Rho // 2014 

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer for documentary film “Tapped Out: Unearthing the Global Water Crisis.” 

 

Accolade Awards of Merit // 2013

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the categories of Short Documentary and Use of Film/Video for Social Change for “Tapped Out: Unearthing the Global Water Crisis.” 

 

Society of Professional Journalists Region 10 “Mark of Excellence” Award // 2012

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form news category for documentary film “Overexposed: The Cost of Compassion.”

 

Accolade Award of Merit // 2011

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer on the documentary film “Oil Literacy” in the Feature Documentary category. 

 

Accolade Award of Merit // 2010

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer on the documentary film “The New American Family: Defining Commitment in a Changing Society” in the Feature Documentary category. 

Award of Excellence: Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences // 2010

Runner-up status in the 2010 EMMY competition for role as Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer on the documentary film “Point of Entry: Migrating to North America.”

 

Broadcast Education Association Honorable Mention Award: National Honorable Mention award // 2010

Las Vegas, Nevada

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form documentary category from the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.

National Broadcasting Society Honorable Mention Award Winner // 2010

Faculty Advisor on national Honorable Mention winner in the long-form documentary category for role as Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer on "Point of Entry: Migrating to North America.” 

 

Accolade Award of Merit // 2010

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer on the documentary film “Point of Entry: Migrating to North America." 

 

NATASNW (Emmy) College Division Award Winner // 2008-’09

Snoqualmie, Washington

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer for production of “Illicit Exchanges: Canada, the U.S. and Crime" in the long-form news category. Award presented on May 30, 2009 at the 2009 annual awards ceremony of the Northwest Region Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

 

National Broadcasting Society Award Winner // 2009

New York, New York

Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer on national First Place Grand Prize in the long-form documentary category as faculty adviser on "Illicit Exchanges" at the 46th annual convention.

 

Broadcast Education Association Honorable Mention Award // 2009

Las Vegas, Nevada

National Honorable Mention award for role as Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer in the long-form documentary category as Faculty Advisor on "Illicit Exchanges" from the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.

 

Carol Sheffels Quigg Award for Excellence & Innovation // 2007

Among the first group of PLU students and faculty members to receive this annual award that celebrates excellence in new approaches to learning and teaching. 

 

National Broadcasting Society // 2007

First Place Regional Award: First Place Regional Video Award as Faculty Advisor and Executive Producer for “Building Connections: Reclaiming Lost Narratives of the Alaska-Canada Highway,” winner in documentary category competition for Region 6 of NBS. 

 

Faculty Member of the Year // AY 2004-’05

Department of Communication and Theatre at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington

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