The Canada Screen Awards were held last night and Tatiana won for her portrayal of well, practically everyone in Orphan Black. In celebration, the site has a brand new layout featuring a photo of Tatiana in the press room. Be sure to check out the gallery as I’ve updated it with several photos from the red carpet, the show, backstage and more.
With just seven weeks until the season two premiere of Tatiana Maslany’s series Orphan Black, promotion is starting to pick up. The media archive has been updated with a brand new trailer just released a couple hours ago. Enjoy!
Hollywood star Viggo Mortensen and TV’s Jason Priestley and Tatiana Maslany are among the famous faces set for the upcoming Canadian Screen Awards.
Organizers unveiled today a list of familiar names who will serve as presenters for the broadcast gala celebration of Canadian TV and film in March.
Mortensen will salute Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg, who will receive the 2014 lifetime achievement award at this year’s gala. The American actor has been a regular collaborator with the Toronto director, having starred in Cronenberg’s recent films A Dangerous Method, Eastern Promises and A History of Violence.
Maslany and Priestley are both currently seen on Canadian TV (on Orphan Black and Call Me Fitz, respectively).
Hosted for a second time by comedy legend Martin Short, the Canadian Screen Awards broadcast gala takes place March 9 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto.
The results are in and sadly our girl didn’t win the Golden Globe tonight. The award went to Robin Wright for her role in House of Cards. Although I’m extremely disappointed that Tatiana didn’t win, I still want to send my heartfelt congratulations to Robin.