Marc Glassman

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Articles by Marc Glassman
Annedroids

How Sinking Ship’s Annedroids broke the mould

The unique female-led STEM series, and Playback’s Kids Show of the Year, achieved global reach in 2017.

Anne

An Anne for our times

A darker, contemporary twist on a classic helped this CBC/Netflix series, and Playback’s TV show of the year, resonate globally during turbulent times.

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Playback’s 2017 Hall of Fame: Salah Bachir

The Cineplex Media president and fundraising king has been advocating for LGBTQ2 rights and the film industry for nearly three decades.

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Playback’s 2017 5 2 Watch: Rebecca Liddiard

Following her performances in MsLabelled, Houdini and Doyle and the upcoming Alias Grace, Sarah Polley, Christina Jennings and Mary Harron on why the 26-year-old is a star in the making.

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Playback’s 2017 Hall of Fame: Ann Medina

The broadcast journalist turned Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television chair worked to raise the profile of local TV.

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Playback’s 2016 Hall of Fame: Michael MacMillan

For his work raising the bar of political discourse by encouraging everyone to get involved, the Blue Ant CEO is awarded the Humanitarian HOF honours.

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Playback’s 2016 Canadian Hall of Fame: August Schellenberg (1936-2013)

From Playback magazine: The Canadian actor was known for iconic roles both in Hollywood and domestically on stage and screen.

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Best of the Year: Elevation Pictures

The upstart Canadian distributor burst onto the scene in 2013 and has amassed an impressive list of premium film and television titles in the two years since.

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Playback Canadian Film & TV Hall of Fame: Nicholas Campbell

From Playback magazine: Campbell, whose lengthy career includes the iconic role of Dominic Da Vinci, enters the Hall of Fame as one of Canada’s most authentic on-screen talents.

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Playback 2013 Canadian Film and TV Hall of Fame inductee: Ted Kotcheff

One of Canada’s most prolific directors, Ted Kotcheff’s work spans decades – and borders – including Hollywood hits such as Fun with Dick and Jane, as well as the iconic Canadian film The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz.

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Playback 2013 Canadian Film and TV Hall of Fame inductee: Rock Demers

The founder and president of Productions La Fete and creator of the Tales For All collection of family films, Rock Demers’s work is woven deeply into Canadian culture.

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Best of the Year: David Cronenberg

Thirty years into a storied career, this Canadian director is having one of his biggest years yet, making him Playback‘s Director of the Year.