Groupe PVP is pleased to announce that Konnected.tv has been nominated for Best Factual Series at the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards.
The Canadian Screen Awards are the result of a merger between the Genie Awards (best film productions in Canada) and the Gemini Awards (achievements in Canadian television), and were introduced in an effort to better reflect the multi-faceted reality of the industry.
Co-produced by Groupe PVP and Dundee Road Productions, the documentary series, Konnected.tv was directed by Éli Laliberté and Steven Martin. Broadcast on APTN and Knowledge Network, the series showcases Indigenous peoples around the world who share an important connection: Defending the right to preserve their cultures, languages, spirituality and traditions. Accompanied by Cree musician, Pakesso Muskash, this series goes to meet a young generation attempting to redefine the world of Indigenous peoples in order to hear what they have to say. Dynamic and involved, they aim to use a modern approach to restore and revitalize their cultural heritage while respecting the legacy of their ancestors.
Winners of the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards will be revealed during Canadian Screen Week, March 5 to 11, 2018.
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