Canadian Première on TVO

Canadian Première on TVO

TVO think CMYKEvery Child Counts has secured a Canadian television première with one of the country’s pre-eminent public broadcasters. TV Ontario, a leader in thought-provoking and innovative content has acquired the broadcast rights to our film. The first screening to audiences in Canada is scheduled for January 2015. We are particularly glad to have TVO as our début broadcaster as many of the persons engaged with the making of the film, lending their teaching and therapeutic skills and many donors to the school are Ontario-based. This story of generosity of spirit and a desire to give to a community determined not to see their children sidelined continues to touch hearts and minds. We will update this post when the actual broadcast date and time is published by TV Ontario later this year.

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Save The Date, 11/11

Save The Date, 11/11

Official SelectionWe are thrilled to be chosen as an official entry into the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival. Our little story of hope continues to touch viewers and as the word spreads further more and more people are learning about the power of community, compassion and that all of us has something to contribute however big or small. Every Child Counts will have a matinée screening on 11 November. The festival runs 7-23 November. Full programme guide and more information is available at FLIFF. The director, Wendy Loten will be attending the screening. If you will be in the Ft Lauderdale area on the 11th we’d love to have your support by attending the film’s Florida première.

Every Child Counts is currently being considered for entry into several other regional film festivals in Florida as well as an on-location extension of FLIFF on Grand Bahama. We will keep you updated.