From the Edmonton Journal:
- Fubar II, Heartland take home Rosies
Another big winner, at the event held at the River Cree Resort, was the made-in-Calgary TV series Heartland. Nominated for 10 awards, it won a Rosie for best TV drama of the year as well as the best acting award for Edmonton’s Shaun Johnston. Produced by SEVEN24 Films, the series took home trophies for direction, cinematography, editing and sound. Roseanne Supernault was named best actress for her work in another made-in-Edmonton production. The TV series Blackstone — from Prairie Dog Film + Television — takes an uncompromising and often dark look at life on the reserve. The series also won screenwriting honours for Ron E. Scott who, along with co-producer Jesse Szymanski, also took home the Rosie for best production reflecting cultural diversity. Read more.
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