Congratulations to Lina Caneva
of Melbourne for the recognition her film The Mascot received at the recent Sydney
From the Sydney Morning Herald
Dendy Awards Winners
June 10, 2003
A film about the lost identity of a Jewish man saved by Nazis has stolen the show at the Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films,
announced on Friday as part of the Sydney Film Festival. The Mascot, written and directed by
Lina Caneva, won two gongs, including the top prize, the Rouben Mamoulian Award. The film
also took away the 2003 Community Relations Commission Award, which is given to the film which best explores cross-cultural issues.
Based on a true story, The Mascot relates the adventures of a young Jewish boy named Alex Kurzem who
evaded extermination when a Nazi soldier adopted him as the mascot of his regiment. Alex promised never to reveal his true identity,
and 60 years later, after he had settled in Australia, he still hadn't broken his vow.
Congratulations to Jon Caneva
of Melbourne who on 30 May 2003 was awarded a Centenary Medal from the Australian Government for
Services to Business and the Community and setting up a Community Bank in
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