Writers Guild of Canada 2013: 17th Annual WGC Awards Winners

| April 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

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The winners of the 17th Annual Writers Guild of Canada Awards have been announced. The 2013 WGC awards winners are from an organization that represents “2,100 professional writers working in film, television, radio, and digital media production in Canada. Members of the Guild write dramatic TV series, feature films, MOWs (Movie of the Week), documentaries, animation, comedy and variety series, children’s and educational programming, radio drama, as well as corporate videos and digital media productions. The organization administers the WGC Screenwriting Awards. The WGC is the voice of professional Canadian screenwriters – lobbying on their behalf, protecting their interests, and working to raise the profile of screenwriters and screenwriting.”

The winners of the 2013 Writers Guild of Canada Awards:


Sidekick “I, Sidebot”
Written by Dan Williams & Lienne Sawatsky


How To Be Indie “How To Make a Christmas Miracle”
Written by John May & Suzanne Bolch


A Sorry State
Written by Mitch Miyagawa


The Phantoms
Written by Andrew Wreggitt


Ruby Skye P.I.: The Haunted Library “#Creepy”
Written by Julie Strassman-Cohn & Jill Golick


Less Than Kind “Jerk Chicken”
Written by Kim Coghill


The L.A. Complex “Down in L.A.”
Written by Martin Gero


WGC Showrunner Award – Mark Ellis & Stephanie Morgenstern

The Jim Burt Screenwriting Prize – Wild Medicine by Adam Garnet Jones

Writers Block Award – Anne-Marie Perrotta, Simon Racioppa & Lienne Sawatsky

Source: Wikipedia, Writersguildofcanada

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Category: Film Award, Television Show Award

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