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Documentary featuring TDSB students and staff wins Canadian Screen Award

Documentary featuring TDSB students and staff wins Canadian Screen Award

"Unsung: Behind the Glee" named Best Biography or Arts Documentary Program or Series

Sunday, March 01, 2015
Categories: Great Things, Happenings @ TDSB, School Web Stories

A TVO/Shaftesbury documentary that features TDSB students and staff at Etobicoke School of the Arts and Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts has won a Canadian Screen Award.  “Unsung: Behind the Glee" won in the Best Biography or Arts Documentary Program or Series category. The film follows the compelling stories of students and staff at the two schools as they prepare for the annual Show Choir Canada National Championship.        

The award was presented on February 24 by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, which presents a total of 50 awards over several nights. After the win, Director Moze Mossanen tweeted his thoughts about what he learned while making the film. “It reminded me that art is important, art can heal, and art can change lives,” he said. Both TDSB schools performed at the event.

Additional awards were presented on March 1 and aired by CBC, hosted by Andrea Martin. Orphan Black and Mommy were among the big winners this year. 

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