A selection of snapshots from the ceremony and reception.
A selection of photos from the red carpet at Playback‘s 6th annual Hall of Fame event.
Media and entertainment industry vets, including Atom Egoyan and Sarah Polley (pictured), and up-and-comers came together for the annual celebration Friday.
Here’s Colin Low’s video acceptance speech in full, including a sneak preview of his upcoming Fernando.
The inductees are: Piers Handling, Graham Greene, Colin Low, Rene Malo, Bob Culbert and Jackie Burroughs, with Gary Slaight, Sarah Polley and Sarah Gadon receiving special awards.
David Cormican, Cassie Steele, Mark De Angelis, Calum deHartog, Lisa Jackson, Michelle Ouellet, Xavier Dolan, Patrick Tarr, Dev Singh and Mark Montefiore are this year’s selection of up-and-comers poised for great things.
At just 30, the Saskatchewan native has been turning heads producing Faces in the Crowd starring Milla Jovovich, The Tall Man starring Jessica Biel and Stephen McHattie; one of his upcoming projects includes the Captain Canuck remake.
Toronto-based Montefiore is producing the feature Cas & Dylan with director Jason Priestley, after producing the Comedy Network original series Picnicface.
After establishing himself as a VFX specialist with big budget U.S. films (including The Ice Harvest and Four Brothers), Toronto-based Singh moved into editing and is currently working on Little Terrors, Picture Day (premiering at TIFF) and Fangs of War 3D.
The Toronto SWAT officer has co-created CBC drama Cracked and adapted Dennis Lehane’s Southern noir short story Running out of Dog, which is now in development with Leo DiCaprio’s prodco Appian Way.