Congratulations to Boyne Clarke’s Christene Hirschfeld who has won the 2002 Global Televsion Network Broadcast Communications Award for her contributions to new media in Canada. The National Film Board has appointed Michael Scott as animation producer for Western Canada. Scott’s films include the Academy Award-nominated The Big Snit and Whistling Smith. Carole Vivier rejoins Manitoba Film & Sound as its CEO/GM and film commissioner after an eight-month leave of absence working for the Canadian Television Fund. Susan Croome has been appointed as British Columbia film commissioner. For the past eight years, Croome has been GM of Bridge Studios. Rob Woodbridge, formerly president/CEO of Ottawa-based GetHow! Inc. (CNM, May 3/01), has taken a job with the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation as manager of the Ottawa Capital Network. The Alliance numériQC has appointed Jean-Pierre Fauche as director of partnership development. Faucher was most recently editor and product chief at DM Diffusion multimédia, a job he also held previously at Logidisque and Québec-Livres. Neil Haggquist has been named the new VP of the B.C. producers’ branch of the Canadian Film and Television Production Association. He was previously head of the organization’s Vancouver office. He replaces Leanore Copeland who has left the association to pursue other interests. Nancy Roch has been appointed as director of the television business unit at the Quebec division of Telefilm Canada. Previously, she worked at the Association des producteurs de film et de télévision du Québec (APFTQ). Jean-Daniel Eigenmann, who had the position in an acting capacity, has been put in charge of the management of programs for regional producers (Francophone producers outside Montreal) and Aboriginal productions. As well, he retains his functions as financial analyst.