Montreal, April 1, 2021 – With heartfelt congratulations, Incendo is delighted to celebrate the caliber of Canadian talent being recognized in this week’s 2021 Canadian Screen Awards nominations, including Incendo’s creative partners:
Best Direction, TV Movie
• Glass Houses – Director, Sarah Pellerin
• Rule of 3 – Director, Caroline Labrèche
• Within These Walls – Director, Anne de Léan
Best Writing, TV Movie
• Glass Houses – Writer, Barbara Kymlicka
• Rule of 3 – Writer, James Phillips
Best Photography, Drama
• Within These Walls – Director of Photography, Serge Desrosiers
Best Lead Performance, TV Movie
• The Lead – Actress, Kim Shaw
• No Good Deed – Actor, Mark Rendall
Incendo also received two Best TV Movie nominations for the thrillers Glass Houses and No Good Deed (Executive Producer, Jean Bureau and Producer, Ian Whitehead), rounding out an unprecedented ten nominations in five major categories. All mentioned films are currently available to stream on Crave in Canada.
The awards will be presented as a seven-part genre-based series of presentations streamed live on Academy.ca, as well as the Canadian Academy Twitter and YouTube channels from Monday, May 17 through Thursday, May 20.
Incendo congratulates all nominees for their creative achievement and significant contribution to the Canadian entertainment industry.
Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca.
About the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television
The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is the largest non-profit professional arts organization in Canada. We are dedicated to recognizing, advocating for, and celebrating Canadian talent in the film, television, and digital media sectors. Our more than 4,000 members encompass industry icons and professionals, emerging artists, and students. Collectively, we deliver professional development programs and networking opportunities that foster industry growth, inclusion, and mentorship.
The Canadian Academy produces the Canadian Screen Awards, bringing together the screen-based industry annually to celebrate the country’s top talent in the film, television, and digital sectors at Canadian Screen Week.
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