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You Can’t Ask That nominated at MIPCOM Diversify TV Awards

ABC series is the only Australian title nominated in Cannes diversity awards.

ABC’s You Can’t Ask That has been nominated at the MIPCOM Diversify TV Awards in Cannes.

The awards highlight programs that champion diversity and inclusion across the international television industry.

You Can’t Ask That was nominated recognised for its episode in which 9 lesbians answer questions around orientation, lifestyle and sexuality.

New Zealand is also nominated in the LGBTQI Scripted category, while Creamerie, co-produced by Tony Ayres Productions and filmed in NZ, is also nominated.

Elsewhere It’s a Sin and We are Lady Parts, both on Stan, were nominated.

Diversity In Kids Programming – Preschool

16 Hudson
Canada

JoJo and Gran Gran
United Kingdom

Mira, Royal Detective
United States

Diversity In Kids Programming – Older Children

Lockdown – The Confession
Canada

L’effet secondaire
Canada

FYI’s Kidversation
United Kingdom

LGBTQIA+ / Non Scripted

Vice Versa: The Neglected Pandemic, 40 Years of HIV & AIDS
United Kingdom

Shine True
Canada

You Can’t Ask That
Australia

LGBTQIA+ / Scripted

It’s a Sin
United Kingdom

Rūrangi
New Zealand

Oh My Goig
Spain

Race And Ethnicity – Non Scripted

The Money Maker
United Kingdom

Exterminate All the Brutes
United Kingdom

Toni Morrison – Black Matter(s)
France

Race And Ethnicity – Scripted

We Are Lady Parts
United States

Creamerie
United States

Dreaming Whilst Black
United Kingdom

Disability – Non Scripted

I’m Tourette
Korea

Mission: Accessible
United Kingdom

Summer in Lockdown
United Kingdom

Disability – Scripted

Special Honors, Welcome to Adulthood
France

Christmas Ever After
Canada

Six Degrees
Canada

Winners will be announced on October 13 in Cannes.

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