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Leo Awards 2014: Nominees


Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 — 9:44am PDT
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Celebrating the best of British Columbia film and television, the Leo Awards will take place over three nights in downtown Vancouver, on Friday May 30th, Saturday, May 31st, and Sunday June 1st. Leo Awards 2014 “This year’s LEO AWARDS have seen a number of firsts,” said Walter Daroshin, president. “In addition to the record entries […]

Leo Awards 2013: Nominees


Monday, May 13th, 2013 — 8:22am PDT
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The nominees have been announced for the annual Leo Awards, which honour excellence in BC-made film and television. Presented by the Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation of British Columbia, the awards are handed out during two evening events: The celebration awards ceremony (June 7, 2013 with hosts Aubrey Arnason and Sarah Groundwater-Law) and the […]

Leo Awards 2012: Nominees


Friday, May 4th, 2012 — 2:05pm PDT
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Nominees for this year’s Leo Awards have just been announced, celebrating the best of the British Columbia film and television industry. Some of the standout nominees in the film category include Carl Bassai’s Sisters&Brothers with 12 nominations, Hamlet with 8, Marilyn with 8, Sunflower Hour has 7, and Donovan’s Echo has 6 nominations. Everything and […]

Leo Awards 2011


Sunday, June 12th, 2011 — 1:48pm PDT
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The Leo Awards wrapped up last night at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver as the best in BC film and television arrived on the red carpet for an evening of dinning and celebration. Here are a few of the red carpet arrivals and some of the winners announced during Saturday’s gala. Best Supporting Performance by a […]

2010 Leo Awards This Weekend


Friday, June 4th, 2010 — 7:35am PDT
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The 12th annual Leo Awards celebrating achievements in BC film and television will take place tonight and tomorrow at the Westin Bayshore. I interviewed the President of the Awards, Walter Daroshin for my new weekly events column for TV Week online. “We suggest that [the industry] just take one little pause for a weekend, once […]