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‘Life’, Psihoyos and ’65_RedRoses’ honored at Banff awards gala

Tuesday night's best in show gala at the Banff World Television Festival saw BBC/Discovery copro Life get the nod for best documentary, while 65_RedRoses, produced by Force Four Entertainment in association with the CBC, was awarded best Canadian program.
June 16, 2010

Tuesday night’s best in show gala at the Banff World Television Festival saw BBC/Discovery copro Life get the nod for best documentary, while 65_RedRoses, produced by Force Four Entertainment in association with the CBC, was awarded best Canadian program. Louie Psihoyos, director of The Cove and executive director of the Oceanic Preservation Society, was given the Green Grand Prize, presented by Dr. David Suzuki. Bang Goes the Theory: The Human Power Station, produced by Dragonfly Productions for the BBC, was named best green program.

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