October 3, 2022



Transplant,’ ‘Scarborough’ Lead Canadian Screen Awards

CTV’s “Relocate” drove TV respects at the Canadian Screen Awards with eight successes including best dramatization series, best lead entertainer, show series for Hamza Haq and best lead entertainer, dramatization series for Laurence Leboeuf.

The last time of CBC’s “Kim’s Convenience” won three Canadian Screen Awards, including Paul Sun-Hyung Lee for best lead entertainer, parody; Jean Yoon for best lead entertainer, satire; and Andrew Phung for best supporting entertainer, parody, denoting his fifth success in this class. The honor for best satire series went to CBC’s “Kind Of.”

Movie respects were driven by Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson’s “Scarborough,” which won eight Canadian Screen Awards including best film, accomplishment in bearing and the John Dunning best first component film award.Beth Janson, CEO, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, said: “There is no denying the recent years have been loaded up with difficulties. However, with those moves came valuable chances to resist the state of affairs and attempt new things. That is by and large the thing we strived for with the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards – an amazing chance to reexamine the entertainment pageant as far as we might be concerned. With unimaginable help from the versatile Canadian inventive local area, we had the option to do exactly that. Congrats to all who aided set up this festival, and obviously to the current year’s skilled victors.”

Once more john Young, seat, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, added: “2021 was an outstanding year for film, TV, and advanced media, demonstrating that the hardest of conditions can make ready for unbelievable stories to be told. A sincere congrats to every one of the champs of the current year’s Canadian Screen Awards. Much thanks to you for imparting your specialty to the world.”

CTV Sci Fi Channel’s “Wynonna Earp” won the Cogeco Fund Audience Choice Award, which was introduced to a TV series interestingly this year. Treehouse TV’s “Miss Persona” won the Shaw Rocket Fund Kids’ Choice Award.

The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television reported the champs of the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards more than six days during Canadian Screen Week, including the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards show which was communicated on CBC and CBC Gem on Apr. 10.

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