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Adrift featured on new Story Tellers Vault this Thursday


The Kahnawà:ke Organizations Communications Network wishes to congratulate Tharonhianente Barnes, who was awarded $1,000 on the Story Tellers Vault by our panel of judges for his new TV pilot show pitch entitled “Adrift.”

Last week′s episode of The Vault featured Tharonhianente Barnes′ pitch to the panel of judges. Following a repeat of his pitch, this new episode will feature the actual show created by Barnes using the winnings.

“The story is set in the year 2280 and, at its core, is about a group of Onkwehonwe who have located a supposed Skyworld and are now on their way to go check it out,” said Tharonhianente Barnes. “In the opening  shot, we’ll be looking at the flowing of water, which is a really important thing for our People and all Onkwehonwe.”
The show airs Thursday through Sunday and again on Tuesday, rotating with regularly scheduled programming. Another new episode begins next Thursday. 

The Story Teller’s Vault is made possible by financial support through the Caisse Populaire Kahnawake Community Development Fund. Free airtime for each pilot show is courtesy of the Kanien’kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Cultural Center, who operate Kaná:takon TV.

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