Calgary tops the list of nominees for the best in Alberta film and television productions

Two Calgary-based shows were the top nominated. Tribal (Prairie Dog Film & Television) had 12 nominations while Heartland (SEVEN24 Films) had 10.

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BLACKSTONE Featured in The New York Times

The show is set on a fictional First Nation reserve, making it one of the only shows to portray the lives of multiple Indigenous characters in complex and artful ways, and its raw realism and patient storytelling make it totally engrossing.

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Congratulations to Janet Hamley for Receiving the 2020 CPA Alberta Early Achievement Award

2020 Achievement Awards recipients announced CPA Alberta is pleased to announce the 2020 Achievement Award recipients. These exceptional individuals embody the core principles of the CPA profession: integrity, expertise, and…

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Calgary-filmed series Tribal mixes Indigenous storytelling with police procedural

Partway through the first season of the new Calgary-shot police series, Tribal, an investigation leads the show’s two mismatched protagonists into the tragic world of missing Indigenous people.

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Vancouver actor tackles ugly role in APTN police procedural Tribal

Brian Markinson is drawn to ugly characters — and Buke, the character he plays in the new APTN series Tribal, certainly falls into that category.

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Position Filled: We are hiring!

We are looking for a motivated Executive Assistant to join the Prairie Dog Film + Television team. You will provide personalized support in a well-organized and timely manner. You will work on a variety of tasks related to executive’s working life and communication.

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