Far South Coast filmmaker Toni Houston has won a prestigious award of&nbsp;excellence in the Impact DOCS Awards competition. The award recognises Ms Houston’s feature documentary titled Being Change which chronicles&nbsp;the life, work and legacy of Alexandra Seddon. Being Change focuses on Ms Seddon’s&nbsp;work in the Bega Valley,&nbsp;establishing the wildlife and community sanctuaries of Potoroo Palace,&nbsp;Panboola Wetlands, Cowsnest Community Farm and Batty Towers. “It’s a thrill to receive this accolade, in a competition attracting entrants&nbsp;from around the world,” Ms Houston, a former Eden Magnet journalist, said. “Impact DOCs Awards is&nbsp;dedicated to recognising ‘films that make a difference’, and Alexandra’s&nbsp;story is a true model for the world,” she said. The Impact DOCs Awards&nbsp;are now in their second year. Documentaries were received from 30 countries, and included entries from veteran award-winning filmmakers to fresh new talent. &nbsp; Being Change premiered at The Picture Show Man in Merimbula last November.&nbsp; Ms Houston said “huge credit” was due to Candelo composers Kate Burke and Pete&nbsp;Wild who wrote the&nbsp;original score, and also Raymond Toms for his drone work in Being Change. .