The Canadian Screen Awards announced their nominations yesterday, and it was Anne, CBC’s updated chronicle of Anne of Green Gables, that led all nominations with 13. With a array Cardinal and a sitcom Kim’s Convenience not distant behind with 12 each.
Each year a Canadian Screen Awards honour a best in Canadian programming, from both a large and tiny screen, and this year is no different. Anne and Cardinal both perceived a lot of hum during a year, and Kim’s Convenience continued to assign along, heading a Canadian comedy scene. CBC’s Schitt’s Creek also continues to get a lot of courtesy though, removing another 11 nominations this year. CBC’s duration play Alias Grace, formed on a Margaret Atwood novel, also perceived 11 nominations. In box we are curious, CBC perceived some-more than 180 nominations this year.
On a film side of things, it was Hochelaga, terre des âmes that led a approach with 8 nominations. It’s a chronological play about a Mohawk archaeologist’s hunt for his ancestors. Other cinema receiving mixed nominations embody Ava, Never Steady, Never Still, Maudie and The Little Girl Who Was Too Fond of Matches.
It was also announced that Margaret Atwood and Peter Mansbridge are also set to accept special Canadian Screen Awards this year.
The winners will be announced during a Canadian Screen Week celebrations over a march of several opposite events. The large night of march will be on Mar 11th, during a live promote rite on CBC.
The full list of nominations can be seen during www.theacademy.ca