Source: Baha'i World News Service
On April 7, 2006 the Baha'i World News Service reported, "Eleven professional Baha'i communicators have won 12 awards from the Religion Communicators Council for excellence and merit in the production of various informational materials last year. In addition, Baha'i filmmakers Suzanne Kay and Mark Bamford won a major Council award for their feature length theatrical film Cape of Good Hope. The awards for professional religion communicators were presented at a dinner on 30 March 2006 as part of the annual Council national convention. Known as the DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards, they are presented to members of the Council who demonstrate excellence in religious communications and public relations, and are given in a wide variety of categories, from writing to website design. The award to filmmakers Kay and Bamford was presented on 1 April 2006 in a ceremony meant to honor work in the secular media that highlights moral or religious themes."