Congratulations, Reelworld Alumni!
Being nominated for a Screen Award is a huge honour and we are proud to see many Reelworld alumni nominated. The Canadian Screen Awards and Canadian Screen Week activities in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, including the national broadcast gala on Sunday, March 29th have been necessarily cancelled due to an assessment of the potential risk to attendees from the pandemic. We applaud the Canadian Academy for what must have been an incredibly difficult but responsible decision.
Charles Officer's feature documentary, "Invisible Essence: Little Prince" has been nominated for the Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary.
Carol Nguyen's short documentary, "No Crying at the Dinner Table" has been nominated for Best Short Documentary.
Romeo Candido is nominated for both Best Biography or Arts Documentary Program Series and Best Web Program or Series, Non-Fiction, for the documentary series "CBC Arts: Exhibitionists" and the web series, "Canadian Drag".
Alison Duke's social political documentary, "Mr. Jane and Finch" has been nominated for the Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program & Best Writing Documentary.
Rohan Fernando is nominated in the Best Short Documentary category for the short film "Gun Killers".
Supinder Wraich has been nominated in 3 categories: Best Web Program or Series Fiction, Best Writing, Web Program or Series and Best Lead Performance, Web Program or Series for the web series, "The 410".
Lucius Dechausay is nominated for Best Production, Interactive Category for "Super Queeroes".
Karen Chapman has been nominated for her VR film, "They Should be Flowers" for Best Immersive Experience (Non-Fiction).
Sharon Lewis is nominated for the TV Series, "It's My Party!: Winter Solstice", for Best Direction, Children's or Youth.
Jennifer Podemski is nominated in the Best Directorial, Factual category for her documentary series, "Future History - Awaken/Goshkoziwin".
Congratulations to all! Click here to view the entire list of nominees.