AMPIA Welcomes Janet Hamley as one of it’s Newest Board of Directors

Congratulations to Prairie Dog Film + Television’s Janet Hamley, for being elected as one of AMPIA’s newest Board of Directors.

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Ron E. Scott Announced as one of the new CMPA board of Directors

Prairie Dog Film + Television’s Ron E. Scott was announced as one of the new Canadian Media Producers Association – CMPA Board of Directors for 2017-19 at the Annual General Meeting in Toronto.

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The New York Times names Blackstone ‘Three TV Shows to Stream This Week’

This gritty, often gutting drama is set on and around the fictional Blackstone First Nation reserve, in Canada, where people are in substantial distress. Drug abuse and suicide, particularly among teenagers, are rampant, and political corruption threatens to destabilize community leadership.

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Blackstone Featured in The New York Times “What You Should Be Watching”

We are proud to report that Blackstone has been judged as a show “you should be watching” by The New York Times.

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Blackstone Noted in Consultation Paper by the Government of Canada

The Government of Canada released their Consultation Paper entitled “Canadian Content in a Digital World: Focusing the conversation” and specifically referenced TV series Blackstone as one of the reasons “We…

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Blackstone Featured in The New York Times’s “What-to-Watch” Guide

Prairie Dog Film + Television is proud to report that Blackstone was recently featured in The New York Times’s “What-to-Watch” guide. Below is an excerpt from the article, written by Margaret Lyons.

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