Industry Recognition

LISA MEECHES winner of 2007 ABORIGINAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

A recipient of the 2007 Aboriginal Achievement Awards and producer of one of Canada's longest-running TV series. Lisa was honored in the Media and Communications category. "Lisa helped lead Aboriginal media into the mainstream by exposing the 'truth', Meeches buries old prejudices and opens minds with her meaningful and traditional-based approach to television production."


SPECIAL JURY AWARD - 2006 YORKTON SHORT FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL

"This series is an example of overall excellence in story telling and does a magnificent job of breaking stereo types, promoting a cultural perspective and sharing meaningful stories with the rest of the country. Episodes are well crafted, and story topics are both entertaining and challenging. The jury found several episodes worthy of recognition...

The series contained compelling themes and stories that reflected an aboriginal perspective that was fresh and new.

The series overall showed great creative talent making it compelling to watch." -Yorkton Jury


Long Road Full Circle Pts 1&2 (season 13) - Director: Cam Bennett was nominated in the Aboriginal Category in the Manitoba Motion Picture Blizzard Awards 2006


Our Sisters Spirits (season 13)- Director Noah Erenberg was formally invited to screen in the 2005 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival which took place October, 2005 in Toronto.

The 2005 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is an international celebration of film, TV, video, radio and new media by Indigeonous People.


3 Sharing Circle episodes were nominated in the "Best Television Program or Special" category for the 2005 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards which took place in November, 2005 in Toronto

First Nation Invasion (season 11) Director: Jesse Green *winner
Ray St. Germaine (season 12) Director: Cam Bennett
Red Man's Blues (season 12) Director: Jesse Green

The seventh annual Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMA) honoured the premiere musical artists of the Canadian Aboriginal communities. The mission is to acknowledge and honour the keepers, teachers, promoters, creators and performers of Aboriginal music.


The CAB received a record-breaking 396 entries for the 2003 Gold Ribbon Awards, which are considered one of the most prestigious awards in the broadcasting industry. The Sharing Circle was one of 28 winners. The Awards recognize outstanding productions in radio, television, specialty and pay services, new media and community service.












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