On Friday, February 10, 2012 the winners of the 20th Annual Movieguide® 2012 Faith and Values Awards were announced at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Hollywood. A number of worthy films and television programs received prizes for their positive elements from patriotism to family values.
The television winner of the Faith & Freedom Award (for promoting positive American values), went to “The Lost Valentine” from Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, though there were other worthy contenders, including “Engaged” from NCIS, the “Indelible” episode from CSI, “KJB: The Book that Changed the World,” from BBC Two, “Vietnam in HD, Part 1 and 2” from the History Channel, and “Who is Simon Miller?” from Procter & Gamble Productions and Walmart.
Movieguide® chooses movies and television programs that positively impact the world community by presenting a balanced view of what makes America great – it’s ideals of justice, liberty, religious freedom and protection of the innocent.
“The Lost Valentine” is a Hallmark Hall of Fame Production in Association with Paulist Productions, Atchity Entertainment International and Ridini Entertainment Corporation. “The Lost Valentine” is co-written/produced by Ridini Entertainment’s Maryann Ridini Spencer based on the best-selling novel by James Michael Pratt.