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Truth Or Tale

Truth or Tale is a 13 part documentary series that was created by Dianne Ouellette and Jason Britski. The series showcases the stories, legends, myths, and tall tales of Canadian prairie people. This series not only celebrates these people’s stories, but it also lets the viewer examine what separates fact from fiction in the oral tradition. This is a series that focuses on our prairie region – it’s natural beauty, it’s incredibly diverse and delightful people, and the stories they have to tell. Truth or Tale was the recipient of a Tourism Saskatchewan award for Creative Excellence, and won a  Gold Lone Star Remi Award for Best Cultural Film & Video Production at the Worldfest Houston Film Festival in 2008.

The series was created by Dianne Ouellette and Jason Britski, and was broadcast on SCN.

Truth or Tale was produced with the financial participation of Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN), Canadian Television Fund (CTF-LFP), SaskFilm, Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, and the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit.

Landscape as Muse

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The Landscape as Muse series explores the connection between art and environment through two main components: 1) the artist and his/her process, and 2) the geography/location. For each episode the artist is filmed creating art in a unique, often remote natural location. They reflect and comment on their working process, their sources of inspiration, and influences drawn from the surrounding environment.

The series was co-created by Ian Toews and Jason Britski, and produced by 291 Film Company Inc. The series has been broadcast in Canada on Bravo!, SCN, Knowledge Network, CBC Bold, CBC Documentary,  The Arts Channel in New Zealand, and in the Netherlands on AVRO.

Landscape As Muse I-V was produced with the financial participation of BRAVO!, SCN, Knowledge Network, Canadian Television Fund, Canadian Independent Film and Video Fund, Department of Canadian Heritage, The Canadian Film or Video Tax Credit, Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit, SaskFilm, SaskCulture, CARFAC, and SaskLotteries.

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Framed Films
2217 Rae Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4T 2G1
(306) 775 - 0018