Canadian Screen Awards 2018: All the winners

March 12, 2018Kim's Convenience

Hello! Magazine The Canadian Screen Awards was an unforgettable night as Canada basked in the silver-screen spotlight once again, honouring the best of the country’s work on screens big and small. Author Margaret Atwood, whose novels The Handmaid’s Tale and Alias Grace have been adapted into award-winning TV shows, was given the Board of Directors’ Tribute for aiding in the growth of … Read More

Maudie, Kim’s Convenience, Ava, Alias Grace, and Rumble among major winners at Canadian Screen Awards

March 11, 2018Industry News, Kim's Convenience

Charlie Smith/ The Georgia Straight Canada’s diversity was in the spotlight at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards in Toronto. That’s because tonight, major prizes went to immigrants from the Korean peninsula, West Africa, and Iran. The best TV comedy series was Kim’s Convenience, which is about a family of Korean Canadians who own a grocery store. … Read More

2018 Canadian Screen Awards – second night winners!

March 8, 2018Industry News, Kim's Convenience

Alexandra Heilbron/ Tribute  The second night of the 2018 Canadian Screen Week continued on Wednesday evening at Toronto’s Westin Harbour Castle, hosted by award-winning actor Andrew Phung of the CBC series Kim’s Convenience. Sponsored by Technicolor and Thunderbird Entertainment, the Gala honoured Excellence in Creative Fiction Storytelling, with 41 Canadian Screen Awards presented to Canada’s finest … Read More

2018 Canadian Screen Awards: Creative Fiction Storytelling Winners Include ‘Mary Kills People’, ‘Vikings’, ‘Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs’

March 7, 2018Industry News, Kim's Convenience

Rachel West/ ET Canada Canadian Screen Awards week continues with the Creative Fiction Storytelling category winners announced at Wednesday’s ceremony, hosted by “Kim’s Convenience” star Andrew Phung who won the Best Supporting Actor trophy for his comedy role. While The Canadian Academy’s top acting, series and film awards will be handed out on Sunday night, Wednesday’s event … Read More

BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW, ALIAS GRACE AND ANDREW PHUNG TAKE HOME TROPHIES DURING NIGHT 2 OF CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS

March 7, 2018Kim's Convenience

Greg David/ Tv Eh? The writers on Baroness Von Sketch Show, Letterkenny, Orphan Black, Odd Squad, and Kim’s Convenience co-star Andrew Phung and Schitt’s Creek‘s Emily Hampshire were among the winners in the Creative Fiction Storytelling categories during Night 2 of the Canadian Screen Awards. Hosted by Kim’s Convenience‘s Andrew Phung, the non-televised celebration honoured 42 categories in the guest performance, … Read More

Announcing WGC Screenwriting Awards Finalists

February 26, 2018Entanglement, Industry News, Kim's Convenience, Thunderbird Releasing

The Writers Guild of Canada is pleased to announce the finalists for the 22nd annual  WGC Screenwriting Awards. The awards celebrate Canadian screenwriters and the scripts they write in a gala evening hosted by Gavin Crawford, writer, comedian, and host of CBC Radio’s Because News. Gavin’s long-time accomplice, screenwriter Kyle Tingley, is this year’s awards show … Read More

Best of Calgary: Andrew Phung

January 21, 2018Kim's Convenience

Best of Calgary Best Actor/Actress: Andrew Phung ANDREW PHUNG A Native Calgarian, Andrew Phung is a unique character with a full tank of energy. When he walks into the room, you can feel the air ignite with enthusiasm and passion. He started off volunteering at Loose Moose Theatre Company after high school, and ten years … Read More