Pitchin’ In Season 4 has been nominated in the Lifestyle category at the Banff Rockie Awards 2013! Congratulations to director Meagan McAteer and executive producers Jamie Brown & Daniel Gelfant!
We are proud to announce that Verdict took home a Signature Award yesterday for Best Website along with Tactica Communications.
Congratulations to the hard working folk at Verdict!
Frantic Films is proud to announce it has received 11 nominations in the first annual Canadian Screen Awards! The Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story 2 earned 4 nominations, while Todd and The Book of Pure Evil earned 6 total nods. Pitchin’ In was also nominated for Best Lifestyle Program or Series.
Congratulations to all of the nominees and we’ll see you March 3rd on CBC!
“Women Who Kill” with Caroline Rhea
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 9:00 p.m. EST/8:00 p.m. CST on CBC TV
Produced by FRANTIC FILMS, CAROLINE RHEA hosts this rip-roaring event – a one-hour television special that features some of the world’s best comedians – DON’T MISS IT!
Stay tuned for the rest of the CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival’s 2012 lineup! The next episode is “Observational Comedy Disorder” hosted by Harland Williams on December 11th, 2012.
The season lineup can be found athttp://www.cbc.ca/winnipegcomedy/lineup.html
TSN’s highly anticipated original documentary series ENGRAVED ON NATION kicked off with an average audience of more than half-a-million viewers (530,000) on Thanksgiving Monday for THE 13th MAN – making it the most-watched documentary ever on TSN.
Overall, more than 1.5 million Canadians tuned in to watch some or all of the broadcast on TSN.
Canadians were also engaged on Twitter, with #13thMan and #EngravedOnANation trending nationally throughout the broadcast.
From documentary filmmaker Larry Weinstein, THE 13TH MAN examines the unique love affair between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and their fiercely loyal fans against the backdrop of the team’s heartbreaking loss at the 97th Grey Cup.
THE 13TH MAN aired immediately following TSN’s broadcast of the Saskatchewan-Toronto game on Monday. With an average audience of 1.057 million viewers, the game is the most-watched CFL regular season game to air in the past two years.
Be sure to catch “The 13th Man” – Monday, Oct. 8 on TSN as part of TSN’s Original Documentary Series, “Engraved on a Nation”
The documentary explores the unique love affair between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and their fiercely loyal fans – known as the “13th man” – which lives far beyond what happens on the field. On the cusp of winning the 97th Grey Cup, the Saskatchewan Roughriders suffered a 13th man penalty that triggered a dramatic defeat. The unprecedented twist in CFL history shattered an entire province and left millions of Canadians heartbroken.
THE 13th MAN airs immediately following the CFL ON TSN game with Saskatchewan @ Toronto beginning at 4 p.m. ET.
Encore presentations of the documentaries will air on Saturdays at 7 p.m. ET on CTV Two and Sundays at 5 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). Fans can also watch all the documentaries on demand following their television broadcasts online at TSN.ca andiTunes.
RDS presents French-language presentations of the documentaries in October and November.
The Frantic Films production, “The Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story 2” has been nominated for three Director’s Guild of Canada Awards in the categories of Best Direction in a Television Movie/Mini Series, Best Sound Editing in a Television Movie/Mini Series, and Best Television Movie/ Mini Series.
Congratulations to the nominees and best of luck!
Todd and the Book of Pure Evil has been nominated in the comedy category at this year’s Yorkton Film Festival.
Keep up the great work, Craig!
We are proud to announce that Todd and The Book of Pure Evil took home two awards from the 45th Worldfest Houston International Film Festival!
Episodes “See You Later, Masterbator” took home a Silver Remi, while episode “Jungle Fever” took home a Bronze Remi.
Congrats to the cast and crew!