Alanis Obomsawin selects Amanda Strong to receive $50K in services from Technicolor

Amanda Strong / Link to Toronto Film Critics Association

Congratulations to Amanda Strong (NSI Aboriginal Documentary) who was recently chosen by Alanis Obomsawin as the recipient of $50K worth of services from Technicolor.

As winner of the Clyde Gilmour Technicolor Award – chosen by the Toronto Film Critics Association – Alanis got the opportunity to select a young filmmaker of her choice to receive the Technicolor prize.

Alanis will present Amanda with the $50K in services at the upcoming Toronto Film Critics Association awards gala in Toronto on January 10, 2017.

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