The award for Best Online Video: Mini-Doc will honour creative excellence in the production of a video by a digital publisher that is longer than five (5) minutes in length.

Our jury has selected four mini-docs, from four different publications, all worthy of recognition. An incredible story about a search for a long-lost parent, a look at a 6,000 year-old-village, a deep look into personal tales of mental health & trauma within the Canadian Forces and a historical look at Toronto’s development.

The winners will be revealed this Thursday June 1 at The Digital Publishing Awards Soirée at The Spoke Club in Toronto. [event details]

We invite you to carve some time out of your day to view this year’s nominees in Best Online Video: Mini-Doc:

The 6,000-year-old Village
Hakai Magazine

The Huffington Post Canada

Growing Pains
The Globe and Mail

Timothy Moore, Gregory Greene, Videographers & Producers
Christopher Manza, Digital Designer & Developer

Abandoned at Birth: One woman’s incredible search for her birth mother

David Zelikovitz, Videographer & Producer
Julia Nunes, Reporter
Contributors: Rachel Heinrich, Nicola Hamilton, Andrew Tolson

The winners of the Best Online Video: Mini-Doc award will be announced at the Digital Publishing Awards Soirée on Thursday June 1, 2017 in Toronto. Join us!

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Full list of 2017 nominees
Digital Publishing Awards Event Details

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