Burbank, Ca — February 8, 2018 — At Cinema Without Borders, we are thrilled to announce Go Energistics as the new sponsor of our Bridging The Borders Award. The humanistic goals of GoE executives, their broad vision of how people of our world should come together, and their understanding of how the art of filmmaking bridges over invisible borders makes them the perfect match for the Bridging The Borders Award.
The Bridging The Borders Award, sponsored by Go Energistics, will be offered at the Palm Springs ShortFest International Film Festival, The Southeast European Film Festival – Los Angeles, The Polish Film Festival – LA, The Hungarian Film Festival, LA, and The Palm Springs International Film Festival.
“The idea behind the Bridging The Borders Award, bridging and connecting the people of our world closer together, has made it a great success during its ten years of highlighting films in several local and international festivals.” Said Bijan Tehrani, Editor in Chief of Cinema Without Borders. “Receiving heartwarming words from great filmmakers and winners of the Bridging The Borders Award—such as the late Andrzej Wajda, the legendary Polish filmmaker Ari Folman who directed Waltz with Bashir, the Finnish director Klaus Haro, and many others—has encouraged us to look for a brighter future for the Bridging The Borders Award, and that is why we are enthusiastic about our partnership with GoE.”
Adam Shepherd and Miles Harrison, owners of GoE have expressed their support for Bridging The Borders Award: ” I am honored and delighted to support “Cinemas Without Boarders.” It is such a worthy organization that impacts and changes people’s perceptions of the difficult plights of so many in our world. Your personal passion and commitment to promoting, through the Arts, these talented film-maker’s story-telling makes a huge difference. “, Adam Shepherd.
“I am passionate about promoting the arts and consider it a great privilege to be a champion for social awareness in our country. It’s truly an honor to accept our role as the Bridging the Borders Award sponsor.”, Miles Harrison.
GoEnergistics is dedicated to “Serving Those Who Serve
Federal and Private Sector healthcare facilities form the back-bone of an industry focused on healing environments and serving the needs of their patients. As a trusted partner of choice, GoEnergistics’ mission is to dramatically improve healthcare buildings and delivery systems to empower optimal performance and promote the best possible care. Whether it is planning services, design, procurement assistance, medical equipment installation, logistics support or “all-of-the-above,” GoEnergistics is committed to “Building Solutions that FiT Your Healthcare Needs.”
Adam Shepherd and Miles Harrison
As owners of the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business, GoEnergistics, Adam Shepherd and Miles Harrison are devoted to Veterans, their families and improving the Nation’s healthcare system that serves them. They are currently serving ten Veterans Administration healthcare facilities with critical planning, outfitting and transition support,
Miles has over 30 years of experience in global project delivery to more than 50 Department of Defense and 75 private sector healthcare facilities.
Adam has managed numerous high visibility projects including logistics integration for the 2005 Department of Defense and has served in logistics in numerous combat zones including the Czech Republic, Southwest Asia, Kuwait, and Iraq.
Miles lives in the Washington DC area and has a Master’s Degree from Ohio State University, Graduate School of Public Affairs. He advocates on Capitol Hill for child safety in automobiles.
Adam resides in Dallas, Texas and has a Bachelor’s of Administration Degree from Texas Tech University. His awards include the Military Bronze Star and the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
Adam serves on the Board for the Yellow Ribbon Fund which supports wounded warriors and their entire family with the burden and costs of healing.
Miles and Adam consider it an honor to be advocates for social awareness in our country.