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WAM March 09-10 Paul Pope wins award

Paul Pope has worked tirelessly in the film community of Newfoundland and Labrador since the mid-70's. He runs his own film company, Pope Productions; and has produced work like Extraordinary Visitor, Secret Nation, Above and Beyound, Rare Birds and My Left Breast. Now, he's won the Douglas James Dales Industry Builders Award from PS Production Services. Paul speaks with host Mack Furlong.

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