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  • morjana
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    SG1/SGA - Vancouver Sun: Leo Awards:

    At the Vancouver Sun (Vancouver, BC, Canada):

    (Please follow the link for the complete column.)

    Coming Up

    Vancouver Sun
    Published: Saturday, May 09, 2009

    Monday

    Hollywood North rolls out the red carpet for Stargate SG1, honoured with an Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award at the Leos this weekend.

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  • AnnieS
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    Can't wait to see the coverage in the Metro and 24 Hours papers her in Vancouver come Monday or Tuesday. Not holding much hope for the Province or Sun. Since neither had much last year.

    BTW...Gary Jones is hosting again and many Stargate alum will be acting as presenters.

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  • morjana
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    SG1/SGA - Vancouver Sun: Leo Awards add a little magic to weekend gala:

    At the Vancouver Sun (Vancouver, BC, Canada):

    (Please follow the link for the complete article.)

    Leo Awards add a little magic to weekend gala


    By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
    May 8, 2009


    B.C.'s mavens of movie magic will gather to celebrate their successes this weekend at the 11th annual Leo Awards.

    Seventy Leos are awarded from a pool of nearly 800 nominees from B.C.'s film and television industry; everyone from the actors and directors right on over to reality series screenwriters and sound editors gets his or her due.

    ... The ceremonies are spread over two nights, with many of the craft awards - things like production design, editing, make-up and effects - given out on Friday night. Saturday's red carpet gala will fete the best picture, actors and directors as well as two lifetime achievement awards to Stargate SG-1 creators Robert C. Cooper and Brad Wright.

    ... The Celebration Awards ceremony will take place Friday at the Westin Bayshore Vancouver and pick up again the following evening at the same location with the Gala Awards and red carpet event. For program information go to http://leoawards.com

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  • morjana
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    Originally posted by jenks View Post
    Pretty sure Gabrielle Rose was in AoT not Continuum
    Oh, yes, you're correct! Sorry, another senior moment brought to you by Time!

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  • jenks
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    Pretty sure Gabrielle Rose was in AoT not Continuum

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  • morjana
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    From the 2009 Leo Awards site:


    Presenters at the 2009 Leo Awards (May 8 and May 9) include:


    Roger Cross (Stargate SG1)
    Gary Jones (Stargate SG-1)
    Dan Payne (Stargate SG-1)
    Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1)
    Ian Tracey (Stargate SG-1)


    Julie Patzwald (Stargate SG-1/Atlantis)

    Ryan Robbins (Stargate Atlantis/Sanctuary)


    Christopher Heyerdahl (Stargate SG1/Atlantis/Sanctuary)
    David Richmond-Peck (Stargate SG-1/Atlantis/Sanctuary)
    Amanda Tapping (Stargate SG-1/Atlantis/Sanctuary)


    Gabrielle Rose (Stargate Continuum/Sanctuary) EDIT: Should be Stargate: AOT/Sanctuary


    Lynda Boyd (Sanctuary)
    Emilie Ullerup (Sanctuary)
    Last edited by morjana; 06 May 2009, 06:02 PM.

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  • morjana
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    From Debra Wright's Twitter site:

    Brad & Rob on the MORNING NEWS chatting about their Leo Award. They showed clip of "Vegas" ep. I'm in the last 2 sec. of the scene...cool!

    40 minutes ago from web

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  • morjana
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    SG1/SGA/Sanctuary - Vancouver: Leo Awards Update Info:

    [A reminder: Stargate: Continuum earned 11 Nominations, Stargate Atlantis 16 Nominations and Sanctuary 10 Nominations fpr the 2009 Leo Awards.]

    From the 2009 Leo Awards site:

    (Please follow the link for the complete announcements.)

    LEO AWARDS 2009 Hosts and Musical Director Announced!

    April 29, 2009: Vancouver —

    ... Meanwhile, renowned DJ, Zak Santiago [Stargate SG1's Evolution, Parts 1 & 2] will serve as musical director for the Gala Awards evening. A talented musician, Santiago also has a special connection to the film and television industry as an actor, having appeared in numerous television programs including the popular Canadian series, Robson Arms. “George Blondheim has done an enviable job over the past l0 years and I hope to continue in his tradition of excellence – but perhaps with an edgier and more youthful sound,” said Zak.

    Comedienne and actress Ellie Harvie [Stargate Atlantis' Dr. Lindsey Novak], in a reprising role, will host the Celebration Awards Ceremony, taking place on May 8th. Among her many accomplishments, Ellie is known for her numerous film and television appearances including Sanctuary, Robson Arms, Men in Trees, The L Word and The New Addams Family.

    ~~**~~**

    Pacific Cinémathèque presents the *5th Annual LEO AWARDS Film Festival*

    April 21, 2009: Vancouver — You've seen the film sets all over town, now come celebrate the made-in-BC film and television productions that have earned us the title of Hollywood North! Pacific Cinémathèque presents the 5th Annual Leo Awards Film Festival, where members of the public can share in the remarkable accomplishments of our BC filmmakers — featuring special guests, including nominee producers and directors, who will be in attendance to talk about their films.

    2009 Leos highlights include Iron Road, directed by John Woo's former editor David Wu, a vibrant epic about the Chinese workers who built the Canadian Pacific Railway starring Peter O’Toole, Sam Neil, and Tony Leung Ka-Fai (last seen here in the Pacific Cinémathèque presentation of Ashes of Time). Sundance favourite Helen is also featured, with Ashley Judd's riveting performance as a women beset by mental illness and depression. Producer Christine Haebler will be in person to do a Q&A following the film. [Stargate Atlantis' David Hewlett and David Nykl also co-star in this movie.]

    ~~**~~**

    LEO AWARDS 2009 Tickets Now Available!

    April 16, 2009: Vancouver — Tickets for the LEO AWARDS 2009 Celebration and Gala Awards Ceremonies are now available. This follows the recent announcement of the LEO AWARDS 2009 nominees, a complete list of which can be viewed at http://www.leoawards.com/nominees_2009.html.

    “Along with the entire film and television community, we enter the second decade of the Leo Awards on a very bright and promising note,” said Walter Daroshin, LEO AWARDS president. “There’s confidence and great activity in the industry, and we encourage everyone to share their successes and celebrate with us at this year’s Leo Awards.”

    The LEO AWARDS will also reprise the evening format whereby the awards program will precede dinner service. “The response to the new evening format last year was tremendous,” said Bernie Melanson, chair, Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation of BC, “By staging the formal part of the program earlier in the evening, our guests are given more time to network and visit with friends, which is part of the fun of the Leo Awards.”

    LEO AWARDS’ winners in 70 categories will be announced at two separate ceremonies where Program and Craft awards will be presented, complemented with two Outstanding Achievement Awards.

    Tickets for the Celebration Awards Ceremony are available for $125 and tickets for the Gala Awards Ceremony are available for $200. Students, LEO AWARDS 2009 jurors and nominees are eligible for reduced price tickets. Ticket order forms can be downloaded from the LEO AWARDS web site, or tickets may be purchased by calling the LEO AWARDS office at 604-688-3721 ext. 22. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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  • AnnieS
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    As well Robert Carlyle's movie Stone of Destiny was nominated in several of the Feature Film catagory's as well!!!

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  • SG7
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    For those who are interested there is quite the list of "Nods" for the Leo awards. Including Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Dan Payne, Steve Basic, SG Continuum, SGA and Sanctuary.

    http://www.leoawards.com/nominees_2009.html

    As you can see by checking out the link that SGA, Continuum and Sanctuary racked up a heafty amount of nods. That is very exciting for all the actors/actress' as well as for the two franchises, SG(SGA/Continuum) and Sanctuary.

    Big Kudos to everyone who got nominated. Here's hoping some of our favorites get awards.

    For me it's too bad that both Shanks and Payne are pitted against each other in the same catagory (Male Lead in a dramatic Movie - Shanks in Continuum and Payne in Mulligans)

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  • Lythisrose
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    Tweet from David Hewlett:
    dhewlett A Leo nomination?! I'm not even eligible...I am SO disqualified!
    15 minutes ago from web

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  • morjana
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    Originally posted by leiasky View Post
    Well, really. There are a billion type of 'awards' out there. It gets kinda old.

    Are these 'Leo' awards a Canadian thing?
    Yes, they are a Canadian thing.

    The Leo Awards are local to British Columbia and are an industry award.

    They've been around since 1999.

    I was just looking at my database for Stargate awards.

    Stargate SG-1 was first nominated in 2000, earned six nominations, and WON for Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series - For episode "Nemesis"

    In 2001, nominated for three, WON for Best Production Design of Best Dramatic Series - For episode "The Light".

    In 2002, nominated for six, WON TWO - Best Dramatic Series: Lead Performance – Female Stargate SG-1 - "Ascension" - Amanda Tapping and Best Dramatic Series: Production Design Stargate SG-1 - "The Tomb" - Richard Hudolin, Bridget McGuire, Brentan Harron, Ivana Vasak, Doug McLean, Mark Davidson, Robert Davidson

    In 2003, nominated for 14, WON THREE - Best Costume Design - Christina McQuarrie, Lid Hawkins - Stargate SG-1 - Full Circle; Best Make-Up - Jan Newman, Rachael Griffin, Dave Dupuis, Todd Masters - Stargate SG-1 - Metamorphosis; 2003 People's Choice Award - Favourite Dramatic Television Series shot in BC and broadcast in 2002 - Stargate SG-1

    In 2004, nominated for 16, WON FOUR - Best Sound Editing - Devan Kraushar, James Wallace, Kirby Jinnah, Kelly Frey, Jason Mauza - Stargate SG-1 - Lost City Part 2; Best Make-Up - Jan Newman, Todd Masters, Lise Kuhr, Rachel Griffin, Dorothee Deichmann, Mike Fields - Stargate SG-1 - Enemy Mine; Best Lead Performance by a Male - Michael Shanks - Stargate SG-1 - Lifeboat; Best Lead Performance by a Female - Amanda Tapping - Stargate SG-1 - Grace

    In 2005, nominated for 8, WON TWO - Best Costume Design - Stargate: SG1 - "Moebius Part 2"- Christine Mooney; Best Lead Performance by a Female - Stargate: SG1 - "Threads" - Amanda Tapping

    In 2006, nominated for one award



    Stargate Atlantis was nominated for 10 awards in 2005, and WON one - Best Visual Effects - Stargate Atlantis - ""The Eye"" - Mark Breakspear, Bruce Woloshyn, Dan Mayer, Simon Ager, Tara Conley

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  • leiasky
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    Originally posted by morjana View Post
    Well, darn, they must not exist then.

    Well, really. There are a billion type of 'awards' out there. It gets kinda old.

    Are these 'Leo' awards a Canadian thing?

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  • morjana
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    Originally posted by leiasky View Post
    Never heard of these awards.
    Well, darn, they must not exist then.

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  • leiasky
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    Never heard of these awards.

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