The ultimate judge of our documentaries is you – the viewer. But we get a kick out of “official” recognition, too.
We are so proud that our recent documentary Programmed to be Fat? was awarded the Silver World Medal at the 2013 New York Festivals for Best Health/Medical Information documentary. Programmed to be Fat? explores the link between chemicals in our environment and the obesity epidemic.
The Downside of High, our look at the link between marijuana use and mental illness, won the Gold World Medal in the same category at the New York Festivals in 2011.
Our documentary X-CARS was nominated for two 2011 Gemini Awards – ’Best Science, Technology, Nature, Environment or Adventure Documentary’ (Sue Ridout and Kelly McClughan), and ‘Best Writing in a Documentary’ (Kelly McClughan).
And one of our biggest wins is the 2009 Gemini Award for Peace Warrior as Best Biography Documentary.
Sue Ridout Interviewed Urban Rush
Documentary explores evolution, adaptation in marriage Victoria Times Colonist
Doc explores non-traditional marriages Globe and Mail
Nation’s Marriage Mecca Winnipeg Free Press
Documentary explores marriage in Canada Metro News
Director Sue Ridout on CBC Radio’s The Current
Are weddings becoming extinct? Toronto Sun, January 2011