The Emmy nominations are in and the second season of Fargo is up for 18, including Best Limited Series. Congratulations to all the cast and crew who received nominations and to the whole team who made a great show! The Calgary Herald wrote a great article about some of the local talent: http://calgaryherald.com/entertainment/television/alberta-shot-fargo-net...
The family feature film shot in Churchill, MB will screen at the Gimli Film Festival on Sunday, July 24th as part of the festival's Kids Kuts program.
Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/gff-2016-journey-home-the-sun-july-24-300pm-...
And check out what else the festival has going on - http://gimlifilm.com/
Original Pictures’ television movie A Bear Named Winnie, starring Oscar nominee Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs, 12 Years a Slave, X-Men), is now available to rent from Canada Screens, a site curated by Canada’s top filmmakers to showcase Canadian film. A Bear Named Winnie was one of 10 films chosen to be added to the site this year.
For the second time, the producers of Fargo have won the David L. Wolper award for outstanding producer of long-form television.
The season 2 producers of Fargo: Noah Hawley, John Cameron, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Warren Littlefield and Original Pictures' own Kim Todd were honoured with the award over the weekend in Los Angeles.
Congratulations to the team!
The second season of Fargo won big at the Critics' Choice Awards Sunday night, claiming the award for best limited series. Stars Kirsten Dunst, Jean Smart and Jesse Plemons all took home awards in their respective performance categories.
Congratulations to all the cast and crew of Fargo Season 2!
From the Irish Film Critic http://irishfilmcritic.com/dvd-review-the-journey-home-exhibits-courage-...
by James McDonald September 20, 2015
A young boy attempts to reunite an abandoned polar bear cub with its mother in northern Canada.