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Final Story Tellers Vault airs today


The Kahnawà:ke Organizations Communications Network is pleased to bring you the final episode of the Story Tellers Vault, now available online.

Throughout the holidays, ‘The Vault’ featured local producers Austin Lazare and Tanner Two-Axe pitching their new Kahnawà:ke TV show idea to the panel of judges, entitled ‘Legends of Our Nation.’

“Legends of our Nation is going to be horror anthology,” said producer Austin Lazare. “The pilot episode is based on the ‘hoof lady.’”

This is the final show in the ‘Teller’s Vault’ series and will continue to air Thursday through Sunday and again on Tuesday, rotating with regularly scheduled programming on local cable Kaná:takon TV channels 300 or 399 (HD) for one more week.

The Communications Network would like to thank all of the participants and judges, who took part in this Community Development initiative and special thanks to the Caisse Populaire for making the series a reality.

Overall, the Story Teller’s Vault helped five new local TV shows develop a TV pilot, and those pilots are now in the hands of their producers to see if they continue with their shows, which would require private sponsorships to continue.

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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