The Canadian Screen Awards announced its nominees for 2018.

Eggplant Picture & Sound received 3 nominations for our audio work on the following:

“All Governments Lie” – Best Sound, Non-Fiction
(Ian Rodness, Steve Blair, Jeremy Kessler, Deanna Marano, Dustin Harris, Bruce Fleming)

“The Water Brothers” – Best Sound, Non-Fiction
(Dustin Harris, Steve Blair, Jeremy Kessler, Deanna Marano, Andy Frech)

“Where The Universe Sings” – Best Sound, Non-Fiction
(Ian Rodness, Steve Blair, Jeremy Kessler, Deanna Marano, Dustin Harris, Bruce Fleming)


We would like to congratulate all of our clients who we’ve worked with that received nominations this year.

Much Too Young – Best Documentary
(Colour and Deliveries)

Mayday – Best Factual
(2D Technical Animations)

Great Canadian Homes- Best Lifestyle Series
(Colour, Packaging, Deliver)

2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize- Best Live Entertainment Special
(Online, Graphics)

Justin Time – Best Pre School Program or Series
(Audio)

The Water Brothers – Rob Stewart Award For Best Science or Nature Documentary Program or Series
(Audio)

All Governments Lie- Donald Brittain Award For Best Social/Political Documentary Program + Best Direction, Documentary Program
(Audio)

The Secret Path – Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program +  Best Original Music, Non-Fiction
(Colour, Compositing, Online, Deliverables, Audio, Graphics)

Wandering Wenda – 2018 BEST ANIMATED PROGRAM OR SERIES
(Audio)

Where The Universe Sings: The Spiritual Journey of Lawren Harris – Best Original Music, Non-Fiction + Best Picture Editing, Documentary
(Audio)

Hello Goodbye: Lean on Me – Best Picture Editing, Factual
(Colour, Packaging, Deliver)

2017 Indspire Awards – Best Production Design or Art Direction, Non-Fiction
(Full Post)

For a full list of the nominees click here:

https://www.academy.ca/category/2018-tv-nominees/