CHANCE HURSTFIELD NOMINATED FOR 3 LEO AWARDS – 2021 LEO AWARDS

THE 2021 LEO AWARDS nominees are announced!
CONGRATULATIONS TO CHANCE HURSTFIELD!! ON 3 LEO AWARDS NOMINATIONS FOR…

1. BEST VOICE PERFORMANCE ANIMATION SERIES
– Dorg Van Dango – Dorg Versus Dorg

2. BEST SUPPORTING PERFORMANCE MALE DRAMATIC SERIES
– A Million Little Things – The Kiss

3. BEST SUPPORTING PERFORMANCE MALE MOTION PICTURE
– Fatman

A complete list of nominees is now available at the LEO AWARDS website.

“On behalf of the Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Foundation of British Columbia and the LEO AWARDS, we are pleased to confirm and congratulate our 2021 Nominees. We would also like to extend a special thank you to all of our Jurors – many of whom spent upwards of 8 weeks screening and adjudicating over 1100 eligible entries in 15 different program categories. They exemplify the spirit of community service and we are grateful for their care and consideration while deliberating,” said Walter Daroshin, LEO AWARDS President.

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The Leo Awards are the awards program for the British Columbia film and television industry. Held each May or June in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the Leo Awards were founded by the Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Foundation of British Columbia in 1999.

Congratulations to Madeleine Arthur!!!!

TO ALL THE BOYS: ALWAYS AND FOREVER has won BEST MOVIE at this year’s MTV Movie & TV Award ceremony!!

https://www.mtv.com/movie-and-tv-awards/video-clips/9lkbbh/2021-mtv-movie-tv-awards-to-all-the-boys-always-and-forever-nabs-best-movie

“TO ALL THE BOYS: ALWAYS AND FOREVER” FELT THE LOVE AT THE MOVIE & TV AWARDS!

The voters for the MTV Movie & TV Awards have decided the Netflix original film has earned its spot among other classic Hollywood trilogies. They proved it by crowning the third instalment, To All the Boys: Always and Forever, as Best Movie during the awards ceremony on Sunday (May 16). The film’s star, Lana Condor, along with To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before author Jenny Han and producer Matt Kaplan, came out onto the stage to accept the Golden Popcorn.

“Thank you for all the fans who voted. Thank you, Netflix. Jenny, thank you for trusting us with your books. Without that, we wouldn’t be here,” said Kaplan during his short speech, before handing it over to Han.

“You’ve shown so much love for Lara Jean. Thank you so much for that — and I ask that you keep showing that love for the Asian-American community at large,” Han said, referring to Condor’s character from the series.

The final instalment in the To All the Boys series was up against Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Judas And The Black Messiah, Promising Young Woman, and Soul for Best Movie. While the other four nominees were all nominated for Oscars this year, To All the Boys: Always and Forever walked away with the Golden Popcorn.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before previously won two MTV Movie Awards in 2019 for Best Kiss and Breakthrough Performance for Noah Centineo.