So excited to receive my second Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Award nomination – this one with my brilliant co-writer Carolyn Hay for Ranger Rob. What an honour it is to be in the company of such an amazing group of fellow nominees!
The WGC Screenwriting Awards are now in their 26th year of celebrating and acknowledging the best of the best in Canadian screenwriting and the all-important creators behind the most engaging and powerful Canadian-made series, films, documentaries and webseries.
The WGC Screenwriting Awards will recognize and celebrate Canadian screenwriters and their scripts at a virtual ceremony on April 25, 2022. Details on the ceremony, including registration, will be coming soon to wgc.ca.
Congratulations to the awards finalists! @WGCtweet #WGCAwards2022
Congratulations to all the 8th International Emmy® Kids Awards Best Preschool Show Nominees. It was an honour and a thrill to be in your company with SUPER WINGS Season 3 from FunnyFlux, Alpha and EBS China. Kudos to Australia’s BLUEY on their win.
Mission Teams is the concept for SUPER WINGS Season 3 episodes – promo video below
Congratulations to all the 2020 Writers’ Guild of Canada Award Nominees. It was an honour and a thrill to be nominated for Best Preschool Writing for Nelvana’s THE REMARKABLE MR KING among all those other remarkable writers and shows. Kudos to JJ Johnson, Christin Simms and Amish Patel on their win for DINO DANA.
The WGC Screenwriting Awards are now in their 24th year of celebrating and acknowledging the best of the best in Canadian screenwriting and the all-important talent behind the creation of the most engaging and powerful Canadian-made series, films, documentaries and webseries.
The WGC Screenwriting Awards will recognize and celebrate Canadian screenwriters and their scripts at a gala ceremony on April 27, 2020 at Toronto’s Koerner Hall (ticket info is coming soon to wgc.ca). Gavin Crawford, writer, comedian, and host of CBC Radio’s Because News, returns as this year’s host along with his long-time collaborator, screenwriter Kyle Tingley, as awards show writer.
Congratulations to creator Alexander Bar and to Nelvana on this recognition for this incredibly fun series that I was so happy to be a part of in the role of Squirt, Mike’s little blue dragon. Rooooarrrrr!
6 Winners Span 6 Countries: Chile, France, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands & The United Kingdom
NEW YORK, February 20, 2015 – The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced tonight the winners of the 3rd International Emmy® Kids Awards. Winning programs from Chile, France, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom are: Polseres Vermelles (The Red Band Society) (Kids:Series); Wild Kids (Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment); Mike The Knight (Kids: Pre-School); Con Que Suenas? (What’s Your Dream? Season 2), (Kids: Factual); Jungle Bunch to the Rescue (Kids: Animation) and Alles Mag (Anything Goes), (Kids: TV-Movie/Mini-Series). Complete winners information follows this release.
“There is great responsibility associated with creating content for children, and tonight’s winning programs demonstrate the high standard of quality the world has every right to expect,” said International Academy President, Bruce L. Paisner.
Congratulations to all the 2015 Canadian Screen Award Nominees. It was an honour and a thrill to be nominated for Best Writing in an Animated Series for Guru Studio’s JUSTIN TIME among such talented and terrific other writers and shows. Kudos to Seán Cullen on his win for ROCKET MONKEYS.
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