Articles Tagged ‘Playback Hall of Fame’
From Playback magazine: A profile on our first 2014 inductee Denise Robert, who has forged a legacy of success in Canadian filmmaking that is rivalled by very, very few.
The main event: After rousing red carpet reunions and cocktail-hour conversations, Playback honoured six new inductees into the Canadian Film and TV Hall of Fame.
From the red carpet, video and photography of Playback‘s Canadian Film & TV Hall of Fame inductees, honourees, guests and presenters.
The film, television and digital industries’ best and brightest gathered at Toronto’s C Lounge on Thursday to celebrate our six newest Hall of Fame inductees. (Pictured: inductee Slawko Klymkiw)
Playback celebrates the lives and careers of six extraordinary Canadians from the film and television industry, and awards three special mentions, including the annual Swarovski Humanitarian Award.
The Canadian Film Centre CEO has, over the last eight years, grown the organization from a “mom and pop” shop into a flourishing business focused on developing Canadian industry talent.
The Montreal-born writer and producer put his stamp on Canadian entertainment with a long career at the CBC, cheerleading the development of iconic TV series such as Royal Canadian Air Farce and This Hour has 22 Minutes, and features like Thirty-Two Short Films About Glenn Gould.
Feore’s impressive acting career has encompassed the portrayal of such Canadian icons as Pierre Trudeau and Glenn Gould, as well as roles in Hollywood hits like Pearl Harbor and the bilingual Canadian box-office hit Bon Cop, Bad Cop.