My Home My Life - A Case Study
My Home My Life - A Case Study

My Home My Life - A Case Study

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My Home My Life - A Case Study
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My Home My Life - A Case Study

June 20 | 11AM EST

Join us as we explore the TVO Kids original My Home, My Life. This series, now in its second season, showcases what home means to kids across Ontario. The case study will examine the origins of the show, the pre-production and post-production process. This will include an array of topics including the experience of pitching the show, the in and outs of pitching to TVO, planning production days, casting for documentary and more.

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