Humber alumni nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

The Canadian Screen Awards are a celebration of the country’s excellence in film. Nominated this year are a number of Humber College alumni, both individually and as part of teams.

Organized by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, the annual prize celebrates achievements in homegrown screen content, including film, television and digital media. Winners will be announced at various events during the academy’s annual Canadian Screen Week celebrations in March, which culminate in the televised Canadian Screen Awards gala in Toronto on March 31, with the proceedings broadcast on CBC.

Humber alumni nominees include:

Best Writing, Comedy
Andrew Appelle
Rob Hyland
Curt Lobb
Nirvanna, The Band, The Show

Best Animated Program or Series
Michelle Awad
Magic School Bus Rides Again

Best Sports Feature SegmentFinding Murph
Best Sports Opening2017 Grey Cup, 2018 FIFA World Cup
Best Sports Program or SeriesKevin Stevens – Shattered
Devon Burns

Best Picture Editing, Drama 
Duncan Christie
Mary Kills People

Best Pre-School Program or Series
Vanessa Esteves
Ranger Rob

Best Animated Program or series
Jason McKenzie
Paw Patrol

Visual Research Documentary
Denise O’Brien-Sasso
The Way Out

Best Children’s or Youth Fiction Program or Series
Shaleen Sangha
The Next Step

Best Sound, Animation
Joe Tetreau
Supernoobs

Photo: Vanessa Esteves nominated for Ranger Rob

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