November to Remember | Sun Nov 8 Starting at 5P
TLN Media Group Pays Homage to Canada’s Veterans
with Original Canadian Documentaries
TLN Media Group remembers and pays tribute to Canada’s history, those who have defended our country and the brave men and women who continue to serve with the exclusive presentation of three Original Productions on Sunday November 8th, starting at 5p/et.
The three feature presentations highlight TLN Media Group’s longstanding commitment to original Made in Canada content and are part of the network’s “I Remember” series which chronicles and captures the firsthand accounts of Italian Canadians as children of war during WWII. Each documentary will be broadcast in Italian with English subtitles and is complemented by an extensive digital media site featuring bonus behind-the-scenes video, photos, tributes and more.
Sun Nov 8 | 5P on TLN TV
Tues Nov 10 | 8:30P on Mediaset Italia
Shot on location in Sicily, 1943: Operation Husky provides a chronological and in-depth exploration of the vital contribution made by Canadian troops in World War II. Through first-hand accounts with villagers, historians and Canadian veterans, the documentary helps shed light on the importance of Canada’s victory in Sicily and pays tribute to Canadian soldiers who fought and fell in this campaign.
Sun Nos 8 | 6:30P on TLN TV
Tues Nov 24 | 8:30P on Mediaset Italia
The first of the `I Remember` Series intended to collect the still vivid memories of a generation of now older Italian Canadians who witnessed the savagery of war and sacrifice, first hand. This award winning documentary takes a revealing look a the historic battle of Monte Cassino, one of the most important military operations of World War II through the eyes of the last surviving Italian immigrants who fled war-torn Italy for Canada.
Sun Nov 8 | 7:30P on TLN TV
Tues Nov 3 | 8:30P on Mediaset Italia
The second installment of TLN Media Group`s `I Remember` Series, this moving documentary features the historic Battle of Ortona during WWII (December 20 to 28th in 1943). The battle was so intense and brutal, that war correspondents nicknamed Ortona “Italian Stalingrad,” or “Little Stalingrad” because the fighting was identical to the chaos that unfolded in the Russian city. Today, only a handful of civilians, migrants and veterans are left to give their testimonial of what they witnessed – this is their story.