Eva Marie Saint and Jeffrey Hayden will receive the Los Angeles Film Teachers Assn.’s Responsibility in Television Award today for their production “Children in America’s Schools with Bill Moyers.”
LAFTA President Alice LaDeane, a retired Beverly Hills schoolteacher, said the Moyers’ program on PBS had been responsible for bringing better conditions to children in impoverished areas of the United States. The award will be presented by Lynn Redgrave and Eddie Albert in a ceremony at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Sherman Oaks.
In addition, Dale Rosenbloom and Carl Borack will receive the Outstanding Motion Picture with Family Values Award for their film “Shiloh.” Rod Steiger and Scott Wildon will present the award. Charles Champlin will emcee.
LAFTA is a 600-member organization of teachers devoted to using film as a tool in education.