Idéacom international is proud to announce that Apocalypse World War I has received two prizes at the Canadian Screen Awards 2015:

Best History Documentary Program or Series – Louis Vaudeville, Josette D. Normandeau, Josée Roberge, Pascale Ysebaert, and Eric Michel

Barbara Sears Award for Best Visual Research – Valerie Combard and Elizabeth Klink

Congratulations to all the people who made this adventure possible! Many thanks to our co-producer, CC&C, and to France Télévisions and ECPAD; to the team: Isabelle Clarke, Daniel Costelle, François Arnaud, Christian Clermont, Frédéric Guelton, André Loez, Paul Malmassari, Thomas Marlier, Karine Bach Sonia Romero, Juliette Marin, François Montpellier, Julie Montpellier, Camille Levavasseur-Blasi, Lionel Kopp, Gilbert Courtois, Christian Rivest, Louis Gignac, Marcel Pothier, Robert Gray, Kathleen Fee, Amy Webb, Tiziana Beccarelli Saad, Florence Sarrazin Mounier, Anne-Séverine Loiseleur des Longchamps, Amy Webb, Justine Brousseau, Irina Gaber, Caroline Bergoin, Camille Gicquiaud, and Claire Bellard; to our partners: TVO, Knowledge Network, TV5 Québec Canada, FRANCE 2, Mission du Centenaire 14-18, RTBF TV, MEDIA, CNC, SODEC, Canada Media Fund, Bell Fund, Fonds Quebecor, Les Films Séville, France Télévisions Distribution, National Geographic, American Heroes Channel, and everyone near and far who contributed to the series.

Click here to see all the winners, and here to see all the photos of the awards gala.