Award season got some Canadian content with the announcement of this year’s Canadian Screen Award nominations. The documentary field is an open race on the feature film front. Several docs scored a pair of nominations each but no contender netted the triple crown in the Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary, Best Cinematography, and Best Film Editing categories. The nominees in the top doc category are The Forbidden Reel, Stateless, Wandering: A Rohingya Story, A Woman, My Mother, and The World Is Bright.
Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary | Meilleur long métrage documentaire Ted Rogers
Sponsor | Commanditaire | Rogers
The Forbidden Reel – Ariel Nasr, Sergeo Kirby, Kat Baulu, Annette Clarke
Stateless – Michèle Stephenson, Jennifer Holness, Lea Marin, Anita Lee, Joe Brewster, Sudz Sutherland
Wandering: A Rohingya Story | Errance sans retour – Mélanie Carrier, Olivier Higgins
A Woman, My Mother | Une femme, ma mère – Claude DemersThe World is Bright – Ying Wang, Jian Ping Su, Jordan Paterson
Winners for this year’s CSA will be announced during Canadian Screen Week online, which runs May 17-20.
Source: POV Magazine