Canadian Screen Awards 2020 Achievement in Visual Effects Winner ‘Brotherhood’
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2020 Canadian Screen Awards, taking place Monday, May 25, 2020 through Thursday, May 28, 2020. The virtual presentations will be live-streamed on the Canadian Academy Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channels.
Brotherhood is a 2019 Canadian drama film, written and directed by Richard Bell. It is theatrically released on 6 December 2019.
A film shot in Michipicoten First Nation was honoured with a Canadian Screen Award. Brotherhood was recognized for best visual effects. Brotherhood’s visual effects were created by Toronto-based SPIN VFX.
The film, directed by Richard Bell, is based on the true story of of 13 teens and two adults caught in a storm while canoeing on Balsam Lake, between Lindsay and Minden, in 1926. Eleven died.
Brotherhood can be streamed on Super Channel, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Shaw, Bell, Telus and Rogers on Demand.
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