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Nominees announced for new Canadian Indie Awards
David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises and Sarah Polley’s Away from Her are competing for best feature film for the Canadian Indie Awards, a new award created by the Canadian Film and Television Production Association.
The CFTPA announced a list of nominees Monday in film, television and new media.
Organizers say the awards, scheduled for Feb. 20, are intended to recognize the talent of Canada’s independent producers.
Robert Lantos is the producer for Eastern Promises and Daniel Iron, Jennifer Weiss and Simone Urdl for Away from Her.
Luc DÈry and Kim McCraw of Micro_Scope have earned two nominations in the feature film category for Congorama and Continental, Un Film Sans Fusil.
The Tracey Fragments, which Bruce McDonald directed and produced with Sarah Timmins and Paul Barkin, is also nominated for best film.
In the best mini-series category, Dragon Boys, St. Urbaine’s Horseman and October 1970, all of which aired on CBC, are competing with Redemption SK and Above and Beyond.
The nominees for best TV movie were Luna: Spirit of the Whale, Abducted, A Life Interrupted, In God’s Country and The Robber Bride.
CBC’s Little Mosque on the Prairie, produced by Michael Snook, Susan Flanders-Alexander, Clark Donnelly, Mary Darling and Zarqa Nawaz, is vying for best TV comedy with Corner Gas, produced by Virginia Thompson, Brent Butt and David Storey.
Other contenders are Rent-a-Goalie, The Jane Show and Moose TV.
Best drama nominees are:
Blood Ties.
Durham County.
Race to Mars.
Regenisis III.
Best documentary are:
Jonestown: Paradise Lost.
Radiant City.
Flight from Darkness.
The Bodybuilder and I.
Saving Luna.
The CFTPA is an industry organization representing 400 companies engaged in the production and distribution of English language TV programs, films and new media.