The Canadian Screen Awards have revealed the nominations for its upcoming virtual ceremony and Sort led the film and television industry with a total of 13 mentions, including best comedy.
The CBC and HBO sitcoms Max, created by Bilal Baig and Fab Filippo, stars Baig as Sabi Mehboob, an extraordinary millennial juggling life as a bartender in a bar LGBTQ book/bar, youngest child in a Pakistani family and defacto parent of a downtown hipster family.
Also in TV columns, police procedures established by Toronto The box is pretty hard and hit sci-fi series Wynonna Earp each won 11 nominations, while Coroner, another Canadian police procedure, and comedy Kim’s Convenience, Starred Shang-Chi star Simu Liu, departed with ten mentions each. The category of Best Drama will fall Coroner, Moonshine and Northern country against medical drama Transplant and Vikings.
On the cinematic side, Danis Goulet .’s indigenous sci-fi drama Night Raiders bound with Scarborough, a drama about three kids who become friends while living in a low-income neighborhood and directed by Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson, with 11 nominations each.
Near the back is Michael McGowan’s All my Puny sadness with eight mentions and Bretten Hannam’s Wild times and by Ivan Grbovic Drunk bird each won six nominations.
The National Film and Television Awards, produced by the Canadian Academy of Film and Television Arts, will award their honors on April 10 on the main CBC network and the CBC Gem. The full list of candidates is available on the Canadian Academy website.