Tuesday, 24 June 2014

You like me, you really like me....

My TV comedy series, Parental Advisory, has been chosen to take part in the National Screen Institute's Totally Television program this Fall. Woot woot!:

The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) congratulates the teams selected to the 2014 NSI Totally Television training course who will have the opportunity to develop their television projects with the best showrunners and story editors in the country.

“I’m so excited to start working with these five great teams,” said Shelly Tyler, program manager. “The level of talent in this group is amazing – they have a lot of potential and I’m looking forward to developing and refining their projects with them over the next year.”
The 2014 teams are:
  • Bastards – Jeremy LaLonde (writer) and Jordan Walker (producer), Toronto, ON
  • Parental Advisory – Christopher Stewart Sweeney (writer) and Jaime Escallon-Buraglia (producer), Toronto, ON
  • Recovery – Liam Brennan (writer) and Katie Weekley (producer), Winnipeg, MB, Vancouver, BC
  • New Wave – Stu Marks (writer) and Lauren Corber (producer), Toronto, ON
  • CrookID – Cathryn Morris (writer) and Lara Anna Fitzgerald (producer), Vancouver, BC
NSI Totally Television is a TV series development training course that connects teams with executives from all major Canadian networks, showrunners, story editors such as Tassie Cameron (Rookie Blue), Vera Santa Maria (producer on Parks and Recreation), David Barlow (KingThe Border), Aaron Martin (Being EricaSaving Hope) and executive producers from companies like Shaftesbury, Temple Street, Breakthrough and Omni.


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