Radio & Television

Knowledge Network names finalists of $30,000 doc contest

BURNABY, B.C. – Fifteen independent B.C. filmmakers have been named as finalists in Knowledge Network’s B.C. History Shorts Competition, and the winner will win $30,000 to shoot a documentary about the province’s Nelson and Kootenay communities. “As British Columbia’s public broadcaster, it’s our mission to reflect the culture and history of the entire province. To that end, Knowledge Network is committed to working with independent producers who live and work in different regions of B.C,” said Rudy Buttignol, president and CEO of Knowledge Network, in a release. The 15 finalists, chosen from a group of 27 B.C. filmmakers who submitted...

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