TV

The Flying Stars premieres on Canadian TV March 6

  The Flying Stars leap out of Canadian TVs! Join us for this premiere on Monday, March 6 at 7:00 pm, free to all on CBC’s Documentary Channel. Check your local listings for the channel number (i.e. 325). Read more: http://www.flyingstarsdoc.com

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Telefilm Canada announces, in partnership with the industry, gender parity measures for feature film production financing

Montreal, November 11, 2016—Following its announcement of September 8, 2016—to build, by 2020, a representative and diversified feature film portfolio that better reflects Canada’s population—Telefilm Canada, as a first step, is pleased to reveal its gender parity measures for feature film production financing, developed in collaboration with the industry. Telefilm aims by 2020 to achieve a…

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Living with Down Syndrome TV Segment

Hi There, I’m a news producer on CTV’s new national morning show Your Morning (which launches in one week) and I am working on a segment based on this recent article by author Amy Julia Becker – http://www.vox.com/2016/8/3/12353152/down-syndrome-treatment-parents We’re hoping to have a panel with both parents of children with Down syndrome as well as an…

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Hey, TV Writers — Here’s the Disabled Character You Need

The New York Times recently ran an article on how “Actors With Disabilities Are Ready, Willing and Able to Take More Roles.” While the piece focused on ability-inclusive theater casting, it also got me thinking about the kind of disabled characters I want to see in media (besides “any”) <…> View the article: http://www.autostraddle.com/hey-tv-writers-heres-the-disabled-character-you-need-344493/

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Exclusive Interview with Actor Micah Fowler

Two Men On recently had the privilege of interviewing Micah Fowler (pictured), star of the upcoming comedy TV series “Speechless” <…> View the article: https://gravessack.wordpress.com/2016/06/01/exclusive-interview-with-actor-micah-fowler/

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