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PS Honours Paul Pope with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award

Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd., announced that Paul Pope, founder and senior producer at Pope Productions in Newfoundland, is the recipient of the 2013 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Paul at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

“Each year at this time PS is honoured to recognize an individual producer who has made an important voluntary contribution to building the Canadian production industry,” said Barrett. “This year the jury felt that no one has done more at both a regional and national level than Paul Pope. We are thrilled to present this award to Paul in memory of our founder, Doug Dales – himself a determined industry builder.”

A generous mentor, Paul has been instrumental in nurturing the careers of virtually every filmmaker to come out of Newfoundland and Labrador and is a passionate voice for independent production at a national level. His long-standing tradition of supporting Canadian artists and ensuring that Canadian stories are brought to the screen make Paul a highly regarded and important contributor to the industry.

Paul has been a tireless advocate of the Newfoundland film and television industry for over 20 years. He has been actively involved with the Newfoundland Independent Film Cooperative (NIFCO) since it was founded in 1975, serving as its President for 12 years, and continuing to this day as a board member. In addition to his advocacy for the film and television community in Newfoundland Paul has also sits on numerous other boards including The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA), The Producers Association of Newfoundland (PAN), The Atlantic Studio Cooperative (ASC) and the Resource Centre for the Arts (RCA). Paul has also served on the Board for the Canadian Media Fund (CMF) and has received the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Achievement Award and an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Memorial University.

Over the years Paul has produced a number of major projects including Extraordinary Visitor, Secret Nation and Welcome to Canada and has also helmed many award winning productions including the Genie Award winning miniseries Above and Beyond, the critically acclaimed Rare Birds, Sundance award winner Grown Up Movie Star and the Gemini Award winning documentary My Left Breast.

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PS Honours Paul Pope with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award

Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd., announced that Paul Pope, founder and senior producer at Pope Productions in Newfoundland, is the recipient of the 2013 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Paul at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

“Each year at this time PS is honoured to recognize an individual producer who has made an important voluntary contribution to building the Canadian production industry,” said Barrett. “This year the jury felt that no one has done more at both a regional and national level than Paul Pope. We are thrilled to present this award to Paul in memory of our founder, Doug Dales – himself a determined industry builder.”

A generous mentor, Paul has been instrumental in nurturing the careers of virtually every filmmaker to come out of Newfoundland and Labrador and is a passionate voice for independent production at a national level. His long-standing tradition of supporting Canadian artists and ensuring that Canadian stories are brought to the screen make Paul a highly regarded and important contributor to the industry.

Paul has been a tireless advocate of the Newfoundland film and television industry for over 20 years. He has been actively involved with the Newfoundland Independent Film Cooperative (NIFCO) since it was founded in 1975, serving as its President for 12 years, and continuing to this day as a board member. In addition to his advocacy for the film and television community in Newfoundland Paul has also sits on numerous other boards including The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA), The Producers Association of Newfoundland (PAN), The Atlantic Studio Cooperative (ASC) and the Resource Centre for the Arts (RCA). Paul has also served on the Board for the Canadian Media Fund (CMF) and has received the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Achievement Award and an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Memorial University.

Over the years Paul has produced a number of major projects including Extraordinary Visitor, Secret Nation and Welcome to Canada and has also helmed many award winning productions including the Genie Award winning miniseries Above and Beyond, the critically acclaimed Rare Birds, Sundance award winner Grown Up Movie Star and the Gemini Award winning documentary My Left Breast.

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PS Honours Paul Pope with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award

Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd., announced that Paul Pope, founder and senior producer at Pope Productions in Newfoundland, is the recipient of the 2013 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Paul at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

“Each year at this time PS is honoured to recognize an individual producer who has made an important voluntary contribution to building the Canadian production industry,” said Barrett. “This year the jury felt that no one has done more at both a regional and national level than Paul Pope. We are thrilled to present this award to Paul in memory of our founder, Doug Dales – himself a determined industry builder.”

A generous mentor, Paul has been instrumental in nurturing the careers of virtually every filmmaker to come out of Newfoundland and Labrador and is a passionate voice for independent production at a national level. His long-standing tradition of supporting Canadian artists and ensuring that Canadian stories are brought to the screen make Paul a highly regarded and important contributor to the industry.

Paul has been a tireless advocate of the Newfoundland film and television industry for over 20 years. He has been actively involved with the Newfoundland Independent Film Cooperative (NIFCO) since it was founded in 1975, serving as its President for 12 years, and continuing to this day as a board member. In addition to his advocacy for the film and television community in Newfoundland Paul has also sits on numerous other boards including The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA), The Producers Association of Newfoundland (PAN), The Atlantic Studio Cooperative (ASC) and the Resource Centre for the Arts (RCA). Paul has also served on the Board for the Canadian Media Fund (CMF) and has received the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Achievement Award and an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Memorial University.

Over the years Paul has produced a number of major projects including Extraordinary Visitor, Secret Nation and Welcome to Canada and has also helmed many award winning productions including the Genie Award winning miniseries Above and Beyond, the critically acclaimed Rare Birds, Sundance award winner Grown Up Movie Star and the Gemini Award winning documentary My Left Breast.

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