Bob Dylan Documentary Gets Top Prize at Banff Awards
For the second consecutive year, British producers took the bulk of trophies, overcoming competition from their American counterparts. British independent producers walked away with seven Banff Rockie awards, including Best Comedy for BBC2's "Extras: Kate Winslet," Best Continuing Series for BBC1's "Life On Mars" and Best Lifestyle Program for Channel 4's "Jamie's School Dinners."
U.S. producers earned trophies for PBS's "The Hobart Shakespeareans" and for sports program "Viva Baseball," among others.
Two British-American co-productions were also successful: BBC and HBO's "Children Of Beslan" won the social and political documentary prize, and BBC and WGBH Boston's Bleak House was Best Mini-Series.
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