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Lights! Camera! Ontario Action!

All this summer CBC Television stations in Ontario have been airing independent, home-grown and cutting-edge documentaries from some of the province's most talented independent filmmakers.

Now, you and a guest are invited to join CBC TV, the NFB and the National Archives of Canada in celebrating the success of ONTARIO STORIES with a public screening of Yosif Feyginberg's Broken English.

Then discover and discuss opportunities for independent documentary producers in Ontario with key decision makers:

    Andrew Johnson, Commissioning Editor for CBC Newsworld's Roughcuts
    Michelle van Beusekom, Manager, Program Development, CBC TV, Central Canada
    Sally Bochner, Executive Producer, Documentary Program East, NFB

    Tuesday August 20th, 2002
    National Archives of Canada
    395 Wellington Street

6:00 p.m. Wine & Cheese Reception
7:00 p.m. Screening
7:45 p.m. Discussion with Yosif Feyginberg & Broken English performers.
8:00 p.m. Ontario Opportunities Discussion

Admission is free but seating is limited. Please RSVP by Friday, August 16th by calling 613-724-5303.
For more information on Ontario Stories visit: