Radio & Television

Amy Bohigian winner of B.C. Knowledge Network’s doc contest

BURNABY, B.C. – Nelson, B.C.-based filmmaker Amy Bohigian of Watershed Productions was selected from almost 30 finalists as the winner of a $30,000 commission in the Knowledge Network’s B.C. History Shorts Competition – Nelson Edition. Fifteen finalists were chosen from a group of 27 B.C. filmmakers, who had a chance to pitch their best stories about the history of Nelson and the Kootenays during a competition and workshop held in Nelson June 1 and 2. The historical documentaries will be created from still photographs, including archival, historical and even personal photos, centred around the Kootenays region. Bohigian’s series of short...

Our industry and COVID-19

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