Once again this year, SOCAN members have fared very well in nominations at the Canadian Screen Awards, in the musical categories. Twenty-five of our members have earned nominations in various categories.
Presented by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, the Canadian Screen Awards were born of the fusion of two awards ceremonies – the Genie Awards for movies and Gemini Awards for television. The 2020 awards will be presented over six days during Canadian Screen Week, March 25-31, and the March 29 closing awards gala will be broadcast live on CBC-TV.
The SOCAN nominees are as follows:
Achievement in Music – Original Score
Ian LeFeuvre, Stephen Krecklo – James Vs His Future Self
Robert Carli – Lie Exposed
Peter Chapman – Riot Girls
Andrew Lockington – The Kindness of Strangers
Achievement in Music – Original Song
Bramwell Tovey, Richard Bell – “I’ve Got a Big One,” from Brotherhood
Ian LeFeuvre – “Travel Through,” from James Vs His Future Self
Peter Chapman, Leslie Seaforth (More or Les) – “We Run the World” from Riot Girls
Best Original Music, Non-Fiction
Ken Myhr – The Accountant of Auschwitz
Michelle Osis – The Corporate Coup d’ État
Ohad Benchetrit, Justin Small – A Day in the Life of Earth
Ohad Benchetrit, Justin Small – Remarkable Rabbits
Todor Kobakov – The Guardians
Best Original Music, Fiction
Amin Bhatia, Ari Posner – Anne with an E
Todor Kobakov – Cardinal
Ian LeFeuvre, Ari Posner – Carter
Tom Third – Coroner
Best Original Music, Animation
Ryan Carlson, Brendan Quinn – Abby Hatcher
Brian Pickett, Graeme Cornies, James Chapple, David Kelly – The Daniel Tiger Movie: Won’t You be Our Neighbour?
Amin Bhatia, Chris Tait, Ari Posner, Kris Kuzdak – Let’s Go Luna!
Brian Pickett, Graeme Cornies, James Chapple, David Kelly – Paw Patrol
Asher Lenz, Stephen Skratt – Rusty Rivets
For further information and a complete list of nominees, visit the Canadian Screen Awards website. Congratulations to all our nominees on this great achievement!