- Rosie nominations bloom
“Olympic athletes, a horse-whispering teen and cowboy zombies were among the eclectic crew Rosie smiled on Wednesday morning as finalists for the Alberta Film & Television Awards were announced in Calgary and Edmonton.” Read more.
From Elizabeth Withey of the Edmonton Journal:
- Edmonton scores big with Rosie nominations
“Prairie Dog Film & Television’s Blackstone earned nine nominations, including best production reflecting cultural diversity, best director, best screenwriter and editor in a drama over 30 minutes and best dramatic production under 60 minutes. The one-hour series pilot, set on a fictional reserve and directed by Ron E. Scott, also earned best-actress nods for Calgary’s Michelle Thrush and Edmonton artist Roseanne Supernault, a graduate of Victoria School of the Performing Arts.” Read more.
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