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TV Eh B Cs podcast 69 — Mann on a Mission

Jon Mann is a graduate of Acadia University (POLS, 2011) and the New York Film Academy (Screenwriting, 2013). In 2012, he wrote the documentary Drink ‘Em Dry which premiered at Harvard Law School, making Jon the youngest person in the school’s history to present written work (at age 22). After Harvard, the film Drink ‘Em Dry is now in universities and colleges in North and South America, Europe, and Australia. Drink ‘Em Dry was also nominated for Best Canadian Documentary at the Canadian Labour International Film Festival (2012). In 2014, Jon completed his first feature-length documentary, Project Power, which follows the social movement against the sale of NB Power to Hydro-Quebec in 2010. In 2015 Jon co-wrote and directed the short-film Rearview which racked up wins and nominations at film festivals worldwide.

In 2017, Jon and production partner Rob Ramsay’s project Wolfville was selected for the 2017 National Screen Institute’s Totally Television program.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 234 — A sweet-to-the-nose package

Brought to you by Irresistibles Cranberry-Concord Grape Cocktail and W. L. Weller 12-Year-Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon!

Canadian fall television is here and the Calendar reflects it with a jam-packed two weeks of upcoming programming. Then we discuss the Canadian screenwriters and producers extending their latest agreement, the fight to keep Dark Matter on the air and the death of longtime CBC producer Arnold Amber.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 68 — Greg Gets Carter

Jill Carter was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, and has an extensive background as a script supervisor along with a keen interest in all forms of the arts. Carter’s first short film as director, Moment (2006), screened at festivals around the world. Following two more successful short films, Ninety-One (2010) and Little Larry (2011), which was nominated for a Directors Guild of Canada Award, she has gone on to direct episodes of such television shows as the CW’s Beauty and the Beast and CBC’s Murdoch Mysteries and Global’s Private Eyes.

Jill recently completed directing a seven-episode dramatic web-series Spiral for Telus, which will be released on Sept. 6. Jill participated in the incubator program run by the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF Studio 2016 and has a number of film and television projects in various stages of development.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 233 — Auctioneering

After a bit of a summer vacation, Greg and Anthony are back sponsored by Jack Daniel’s No. 27 Gold.

We dive into a busy calendar that is about to get much, much busier as the fall arrives (including the return of Mayday), discuss this year’s Kids Help Phone charity auction items (the auction closes Friday, Sept. 1 at 11 a.m. ET) and finish off discussing Canadian network CHCH’s upcoming programming, which includes House of Cards.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 232 — Is Cult Hit an Oxymoron?

This week’s podcast is brought to you by Puppers Premium Lager and Rowan’s Creek bourbon from Willett Distillery!

After a short update on the latest television shows debuting in the next two weeks, Greg and Anthony discuss Wynonna Earp‘s Season 3 renewal announcement, Vikings‘ two-hour Season 5 return, Big Brother Canada rising from the dead, Workin’ Moms‘ Season 2 production start and the new CRTC head unveiling.

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