Award winning Canadan doc. premieres on TVO

(Canscene) — Mark your calendars! Move Your World is having its world television broadcast premiere on TVOntario on August 13, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. EST! The showing coincides with the opening of the AIDS conference in Toronto.

This award-winning documentary was voted the audience favourite at the 2006 Sprockets International Film Festival for Children, garnering the coveted Audience Choice Award for Features.

The film directed by Lalita Krishna of In Sync Productions, travels with three young Canadians to Tanzania where they observe at first hand efforts to cope with the AIDS epidemic. (See article They’re Moving our World archived in Canscene, March 06 issue)

Travellers to Tanzania

Three travellers to Tanzania seen with new friends

If, after seeing this documentary, you agree that this kind of programming is important, then we need your help.

For years, TVOntario has been producing entertaining and informative youth programs just like Move Your World But now, TVOntario needs your support in order to keep these programs coming. Funding priorities are changing,
and TVO needs to hear from you if you believe these youth documentaries are important.

Let TVOntario know you support them and their youth programs. Call, write or e-mail them at the following:

Member & Audience Relations
1-800-INFO-TVO
416-484-2665

TVOntario
Box 200, Station Q
Toronto, Ontario
M4T 2T1

E-mail: asktvo@tvontario.org
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3 Responses to “Award winning Canadan doc. premieres on TVO”

  1. Angie Says:

    I have seen some of Lalita Krishna’s other documentaries so I know this one will be worth catching. BTW… August 13th is a Sunday. I’ll be watching.

  2. Ed Says:

    TVO seems to be making some big progrmming changes these days. Good time to nudge the station in the direction of more documentaries like this one. We don’t need more puppet shows for kids.

  3. Bill Says:

    The documentary was very good. I wrote to TVO, to ask when they would be running it again but they said it wasn’t scheduled to run again. Too bad. I was hoping to recommend it to friends who missed it and I wouldn’t mind seeing it again, myself.

    The TVO reply said I should keep an eye on their schedule, suggesting that they might replay the film. Maybe if others write too, the chances will be improved.

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