And the TVO Short Doc Contest winners are...

Published on Apr 19, 2016

After 11 days of public voting on 10 finalists chosen by our jury, TVO viewers have selected the first, second and third prize-winning documentaries for this year's Short Doc Contest. A round of congratulations to all the contest's participants, and a thank you to everyone who voted. We are pleased to announce the three winners:

FIRST PRIZE
Lindsay Fitzgerald
Toronto, Ontario
About Employment

SECOND PRIZE
Felicity Justrabo
Toronto, Ontario
A Different Way

THIRD PRIZE
Jaana Hein
Toronto, Ontario
I am a Doctor

Click here for a look at the prizes for our three winners this year.

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