Frances-Anne Solomon’s A Winter Tale wins Outstanding Feature Film Award, and lead actress Leonie Forbes is honoured at the 2007 ReelWorld Film Fest

Frances-Anne Solomon’s A Winter Tale took home the Tonya Lee Williams Award for Outstanding Canadian Feature at the Seventh Annual ReelWorld Film Festival‘s (RWFF) Closing Night Gala on Sunday April 15, 2007. The film also won Special Mention in the Outstanding Screenplay category at the packed awards ceremony. Since making its world premiere as the…

Thanks for responding

Grateful acknoledgements to all who responded, and continue to respond, to my post Broadcast “Dialogue”?; who emailed, called me, or just hailed me up on the street. All your comments are posted at the bottom of the page here, along with some comments I received from the publisher of Broadcast Dialogue. Bobby, please post this…

Broadcast “Dialogue”?

I had a traumatic experience recently. One of our main funders, CHUM Television, invited me to the Genie’s (Canada’s equivalent of the Oscars). When I arrived at the spiffy event, there were around 6 or 7 hundred white people milling around. I counted 10 people of colour, including the “help”: 3 Aboriginals, 3 Chinese people,…

KOBO TOWN

This weekend I had the pleasure of going to Kingston, ON where I was the production co-ordinator for a documentary we’re making about the band “KoboTown” for Leda Serene’s new series for Bravo!, on Canadian-Caribbean Musicians and Composers. We spent two days in Kingston. The first location that we shot at was the Octave Theatre,…