Edmonton, Alberta (June 14, 2011) — Prairie Dog Film + Television is pleased to announce that
Blackstone received two awards at the Leo’s this weekend:

  • Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series – Carmen Moore
  • Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series – Damon Vignale

“We’re very thankful, and would like to congratulate all the nominees and everyone who worked on
Blackstone,” says Executive Producer, Ron E. Scott, who attended the Leo Awards on Saturday
June 11th in Vancouver, and recently announced that the series has been ‘green lit’ for a second
season. Blackstone also won three awards at The Rosies (Best Production Reflecting Cultural Diversity,
Best Alberta Actress – Roseanne Supernault, Best Sreenwriter Drama Over 30), which were
handed out in Edmonton on May 28th.


Intense, compelling and confrontational, Blackstone is an unmuted exploration of power and politics on an Indian reserve. This award-winning one-hour television drama is unlike any other show in Canadian television.

Occasionally, TV shows come along that make us ponder philosophies of entertainment and the new Canadian series Blackstone falls into that category. –Toronto Sun

Riveting in-your-face and as smart as Canadian dramatic TV gets. –Playback

Blackstone is produced by Prairie Dog Film + Television in association with Aboriginal Peoples
Television Network, with the assistance of the Government of Alberta, Alberta Media Fund, with
the participation of the Canada Media Fund and with the assistance of The Canadian Film or Video
Production Tax Credit.

Founded in 1993 by Metis Executive Producer, Director and Writer Ron E. Scott, Prairie Dog Film
+ Television is an Edmonton, Alberta based  independent film and television production company with a proven track record in international television series, prime time television specials, feature films, and major live audience productions.