‘Doc Zone’ nominated for 7 Canadian Screen Awards

‘Doc Zone’ nominated for 7 Canadian Screen Awards

A toast to our colleagues nominated for Canadian film and television's highest honour, the Canadian Screen Awards! Doc Zone was one of the top nominees, garnering seven nominations for "Love, Hate & Propaganda: Cold War - Turning Up the Heat," "Titanic: The Canadian Story," "Who's Sorry Now?" and the groundbreaking Aboriginal mini-series "8th Fire."

Here is the full list of Doc Zone's nominations and nominees:

Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program
Kelly Crichton, Sue Dando, Jo-Ann Demers, Peter John Ingles, Paul Morin
"8th Fire"

Barbara Sears Award for Best Editorial Research
Lisa Ellenwood, Jennifer Clibbon, Sylvène Gilchrist, David Wells
"Love, Hate & Propaganda: The Cold War - Turning Up the Heat"

Barbara Sears Award for Best Visual Research
Michelle Demeyere
"Titanic: The Canadian Story"

Darren Yearsley
"Love, Hate & Propaganda: The Cold War - Turning Up the Heat"

Best Direction in a Documentary Program or Series
Marc de Guerre
"Who's Sorry Now?"

Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program or Series
Wabanakwut (Wab) Kinew
"8th Fire - It's Time"

Best Cross-Platform Project - Non-Fiction
Annette Bradford, Jennifer Clibbon, Kelly Crichton, Phillip Djwa, Carole G. Gagnon, Jean Simard
"8th Fire"

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television's Canadian Screen Awards recognizes excellence in film, television and digital media production.

Winners are announced during a live two-hour broadcast event, airing Sunday, March 3, 2013 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. N.T.) on CBC-TV.

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