Absolutely Ottawa, an arts and documentary series, returns to CBC Television this weekend.
The six-episode series airs Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. and ends Aug. 3.
Absolutely Ottawa wraps up its season with "Ottawa Shorts" — five short films produced by Ottawa-Gatineau filmmakers. The wealth of talent in this region, both behind the scenes and on-screen, is evident in this selection of cinematic shorts.
Finalists from the Ottawa International Film Festival’s 72 Hour Film Challenge, the Digi 60 Festival and Algonquin College's broadcasting television program are in the spotlight:
- Change by Bryan "Shooter" McNally
- Checkmate by Jolanta Mojsej
- Perfect by Karim Ayari
- Reality Check by Caro Ibrahim
- Vinyl Hearts by John Petti
Watch "Ottawa Shorts," Sat., Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. on Absolutely Ottawa on CBC TV.
Episode 1, June 29: Solo Spotlight — A cross-cultural music performance and interview show.
Episode 2, July 6: Ottawa Docs — A selection of short documentaries about Ottawa stories, people and places.
Episode 3, July 13: Studio 14 Sessions — Popular Ottawa-area bands perform in studio and stripped down, acoustically-speaking, in this intimate music/interview program.
Episode 4, July 20: Food on Wheels — A documentary you can sink your teeth into. Explore Ottawa's new food trucks.
Episode 5, July 27: Embassy Row — Go behind the scenes of embassy life in Ottawa.
Episode 6, Aug. 3: Ottawa Shorts — Short dramatic films by Ottawa independent filmmakers.