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BravoFACTUAL Announces Award Recipients from December 11 Jury Meeting

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TORONTO (December 15, 2014) – Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) announced today the eight BravoFACTUAL award recipients from the December 11 jury meeting. A total of $360,000 was awarded to Canadian filmmakers for the production of short documentary films. This month, BravoFACT is also pleased to announce the addition of CTV’s W5 award-winning investigative reporter Victor Malarek as a guest juror.

Continuing to establish itself on both national and international platforms, it was announced earlier this week that David Ridgen’s BravoFACT-funded film Love Song for the Apocalypse, will have its world premiere at Utah’s Slamdance 2015 in January. Recent successes by BravoFACT-funded shorts also include five BravoFACT-funded films –  Julia Julep, The Portal, The Match, Bastards, and Detention – that were represented at the 2014 Edmonton International Film Festival in September.

The BravoFACTUAL fund recipients from the December 11, 2014 jury meeting are:

  • The Carollers –Theresa Wynnyk (Director/Producer)
  • Conversations With A Dead Prime Minister – Daniel Roher (Director), Kristy Neville (Producer), Jamie Kastner (Producer) 
  • The Mennonite Joke – Orlando Braun (Director), Jorge Requena (Producer) 
  • My Brother The Outlaw – Adam Gray (Director/Producer), Andrew Gray (Director) 
  • The Night I Shot Marilyn – Matt Zimbel (Director/Producer), JF Graton (Director) 
  • One Big Breath – Duncan McDowall (Director/Producer) 
  • Terranova Matadora – Carolyn Hayward – Rhonda Buckley (Director/Producer) 
  • Tilting At Windmills – Matt Gallagher (Director), John Doherty (Director), Cornelia Principe (Producer)

The next submission deadline for BravoFACTUAL is April 1, 2015. The next submission deadline for BravoFACT is May 15, 2015.

Beginning his career in 1968, Victor Malarek has been a prominent figure in the world of journalism for 46 years. Malarek made a name for himself as police reporter for The Montreal Star. Joining The Globe and Mail in 1981, Malarek won three Michener Awards over his 14-year career with the paper. During that period, he also wrote the autobiographical Hey Malarek, depicting the journalist’s turbulent early years, and life under Quebec’s child protection system, inspiring a feature film Malarek. Malarek earned a Gemini Award in 1997 and a fourth Michener Award for his work as host/reporter for the CBC program THE FIFTH ESTATE. Malarek moved to CTV’s W5 in 2000 as Senior Reporter, and continues to be an advocate for societal change over his 14 years with W5. Malarek has also penned the non-fiction books Haven’s Gate, Merchants of Misery, Gut Instinct, The Natashas – Inside The Global Sex Trade, The Johns – Sex for Sale and the Men Who Buy It, and most recently published his first novel Orphanage 41 which was inspired by his reporting on trafficked women.

For information about program requirements and application guidelines, visit http://bravofact.com.

About BravoFACTUAL

Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) was established in 1995 by the national specialty channel Bravo. The foundation is the largest funder of short films in Canada having supported over 1,500 short-form scripted narrative projects across the country.  In 2013, Bell Media introduced BravoFACTUAL, a funding program for short documentary projects.

About BravoFACT

Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) was established in 1995 by the national specialty channel Bravo. The foundation is the largest funder of short films in Canada having supported over 1,500 short-form projects across the country. bravoFACT is a division of Bell Media, which is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about BravoFACT can be found at www.bravofact.com.

About Bravo

Bravo delivers compelling stories through clever and immersive programming to viewers across Canada. From high-profile dramas to blockbuster feature films, Bravo is home to award-winning entertainment. Bravo is a division of Bell Media, which is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about Bravo is available at www.bravo.ca.

– Bravo –

Natalie Cole, Bravo, Comedy, and Space, 416.384.2140 or natalie.cole@bellmedia.ca

Mary Costa, Bravo, Comedy, and Space, 416.384.7702 or mary.costa@bellmedia.ca

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BravoFACTUAL Announces Award Recipients from December 11 Jury Meeting

To tweet this release: bmpr.ca/1wa05Cp

TORONTO (December 15, 2014) – Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) announced today the eight BravoFACTUAL award recipients from the December 11 jury meeting. A total of $360,000 was awarded to Canadian filmmakers for the production of short documentary films. This month, BravoFACT is also pleased to announce the addition of CTV’s W5 award-winning investigative reporter Victor Malarek as a guest juror.

Continuing to establish itself on both national and international platforms, it was announced earlier this week that David Ridgen’s BravoFACT-funded film Love Song for the Apocalypse, will have its world premiere at Utah’s Slamdance 2015 in January. Recent successes by BravoFACT-funded shorts also include five BravoFACT-funded films –  Julia Julep, The Portal, The Match, Bastards, and Detention – that were represented at the 2014 Edmonton International Film Festival in September.

The BravoFACTUAL fund recipients from the December 11, 2014 jury meeting are:

  • The Carollers –Theresa Wynnyk (Director/Producer)
  • Conversations With A Dead Prime Minister – Daniel Roher (Director), Kristy Neville (Producer), Jamie Kastner (Producer) 
  • The Mennonite Joke – Orlando Braun (Director), Jorge Requena (Producer) 
  • My Brother The Outlaw – Adam Gray (Director/Producer), Andrew Gray (Director) 
  • The Night I Shot Marilyn – Matt Zimbel (Director/Producer), JF Graton (Director) 
  • One Big Breath – Duncan McDowall (Director/Producer) 
  • Terranova Matadora – Carolyn Hayward – Rhonda Buckley (Director/Producer) 
  • Tilting At Windmills – Matt Gallagher (Director), John Doherty (Director), Cornelia Principe (Producer)

The next submission deadline for BravoFACTUAL is April 1, 2015. The next submission deadline for BravoFACT is May 15, 2015.

Beginning his career in 1968, Victor Malarek has been a prominent figure in the world of journalism for 46 years. Malarek made a name for himself as police reporter for The Montreal Star. Joining The Globe and Mail in 1981, Malarek won three Michener Awards over his 14-year career with the paper. During that period, he also wrote the autobiographical Hey Malarek, depicting the journalist’s turbulent early years, and life under Quebec’s child protection system, inspiring a feature film Malarek. Malarek earned a Gemini Award in 1997 and a fourth Michener Award for his work as host/reporter for the CBC program THE FIFTH ESTATE. Malarek moved to CTV’s W5 in 2000 as Senior Reporter, and continues to be an advocate for societal change over his 14 years with W5. Malarek has also penned the non-fiction books Haven’s Gate, Merchants of Misery, Gut Instinct, The Natashas – Inside The Global Sex Trade, The Johns – Sex for Sale and the Men Who Buy It, and most recently published his first novel Orphanage 41 which was inspired by his reporting on trafficked women.

For information about program requirements and application guidelines, visit http://bravofact.com.

About BravoFACTUAL

Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) was established in 1995 by the national specialty channel Bravo. The foundation is the largest funder of short films in Canada having supported over 1,500 short-form scripted narrative projects across the country.  In 2013, Bell Media introduced BravoFACTUAL, a funding program for short documentary projects.

About BravoFACT

Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) was established in 1995 by the national specialty channel Bravo. The foundation is the largest funder of short films in Canada having supported over 1,500 short-form projects across the country. bravoFACT is a division of Bell Media, which is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about BravoFACT can be found at www.bravofact.com.

About Bravo

Bravo delivers compelling stories through clever and immersive programming to viewers across Canada. From high-profile dramas to blockbuster feature films, Bravo is home to award-winning entertainment. Bravo is a division of Bell Media, which is owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE), Canada’s largest communications company. More information about Bravo is available at www.bravo.ca.

– Bravo –

Natalie Cole, Bravo, Comedy, and Space, 416.384.2140 or natalie.cole@bellmedia.ca

Mary Costa, Bravo, Comedy, and Space, 416.384.7702 or mary.costa@bellmedia.ca

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