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Congratulations 2017 Leo Awards Nominees

The Promotion People would like to congratulate all our clients, past and present that have been nominated for Leo Awards this year. We have had the pleasure to work with hundreds of actors, tv series and feature films over the years. The Leo Awards have been celebrating Excellence in British Columbia Film & Television since 1999. We are proud to say that we have had clients nominated most years.

Good Luck to all the following 2017 Leo Award Nominees that we have had the pleasure to work with.

Lesley Diana, Jasmyn Rowley, Danica Cox – The Promotion People


8 Nominations
Best Dramatic Series – Rogue
John Morayniss, Matthew Parkhill, Robert Petrovicz, Nick Hamm – Producers
Best Visual Effects in a Dramatic Series
Best Dramatic Series
Best Visual Effects – Kevin Little – Pool Boy
Best Musical Score – Jeff Toyne – Maria, Full of Grace
Best Production Design – Eric Fraser – Maria, Full of Grace
Best Costume design – Glenne Campbell – Maria, Full of Grace
Best Stunt Coordination – David Jacox – Maria, Full of Grace
Best Guest performance Femal – April Telek – Maria, Full of Grace
Best Lead Performance Female – Meaghan Roth – Maria, Full of Grace


Nominees for Best Cinematography – Bob Aschmann
Ice – The Cut
Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series are…
Stein Myhrstad
Ice – Two Handkerchiefs
Best Sound in a Dramatic Series are…
Simon Bright
Best Costume Design in a Dramatic Series Ellen Anderson
Ice – Clarity
Best Make-Up in a Dramatic SeriesRita Ciccozzi
Ice – Clarity
Nominees for Best Hairstyling in a Dramatic Series
Jill Corp
Ice – Clarity
Best Casting in a Dramatic SeriesCorrine Clark, Jennifer Page
Ice – Two Handkerchiefs

Dark Harvest

Best Direction in a Motion Picture

James Hutson

The Sun at Midnight

Duane Howard Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture

3 Nominations
Picture Editing
Musical Score
Lead Performance – Male

William Ainscough

Milton’s Secret – Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture

The History of Love – Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture

Tammy Gillis

Best Lead Performance by a Female Menorca in a Motion Picture

Todd Talbot

Love It or List It Vancouver – Brenda and Marcos

Best Host(s)
in an Information, Lifestyle or Reality
Program or Series

Listen To Me by Wes Mack

1 Nomination
Best Music Video

Dan Payne

Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Television Movie
A Time To Dance
All Yours

Jennifer Spence

Best Guest Performance by a Female
in a Dramatic Series

Travelers – Grace

Best Supporting Performance by a Female
in a Dramatic Series Jennifer Spence

You Me Her – Remember, Ruby, Remember

David Lewis Goodnight Kiss and Dirk Gently

Best Supporting Performance by a Male
in a Dramatic Series

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency – Watkin

The Goodnight Kiss

Chelah Horsdal

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

Jesse James Miller

Chasing Evel: The Robbie Knievel Story

4 Nominations
Musical Score

Highway Thru Hell

Neil Thomas, Nicole Tomlinson

Highway Thru Hell – Bridge Out

Best Screenwriting
in a Documentary Series

Best Cinematography
in a Documentary Series   Todd Craddock,

Darren Dembicki

Highway Thru Hell – Long Way Down

Game Of Homes

1 Nomination

Some Assembly Required

4 Nominations
Screenwriting (2)


1 Nomination
Production Design

Sonja Bennett

Best Screenwriting in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series
Sonja Bennett – Kim’s Convenience – Rude Kid

Best Performance by a Female in a Web Series
Sonja Bennett – Sunnyhearts CC – Scared Straight

John Cassini

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Television Movie
John Cassini – Love By Chance

Michael Eklund

Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture
Michael Eklund – Dead Draw

Sonya Salomaa

Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture
Sonya Salomaa – The Space Between

Actor Wesley MacInnes adds Power Rangers to his list of film credits

Wesley is currently filming with Liam Neeson for the feature film Hard Powder

Standout Canadian actor/musician Wesley MacInnes continues to make a name for himself on both screen and stage. In a newly imagined version of the wildly popular hit series, Power Rangers, Wesley MacInnes (Supernatural, The 100, Smallville) plays a cruel antagonist in denim cut-offs.  The first chapter of the film paints its heroes as a group of strangers, without any special powers, going head-to-head with a bunch of high school misfits, helmed by Colt Wallace (MacInnes).  He is vindictive and unrelenting as he targets Billy the Blue Ranger (RJ Cyler), menacing him in the confines of the school halls. Power Rangers, which centers on a group of high-school kids with unique superpowers, stars Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin and Becky G as the Power Rangers. Elizabeth Banks and Bryan Cranston round out the key cast of the film, which is currently playing in theatres worldwide.

Next up for Wesley is a role in the Liam Neeson feature film titled Hard Powder. The project, currently in production in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada, stars Neeson along with veteran actors Laura Dern, Emmy Rossum, and Tom Jackson, and is being directed by Hans Petter Molland.

Wesley pours his passion for performing into every new project. He has a long list of television credits that include: iZombie, Motive, The 100, Supernatural, Continuum, Smallville, Heartland and The Vampire Diaries. He has also taken on roles in films, including: Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story, A Dog Named Christmas, Girl House, and The Phantoms. 

As a musician, MacInnes is widely recognized by his stage name Wes Mack. He has opened for the likes of Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert, and performed with Shania Twain across the nation on her “Rock This Country” farewell tour. Mack broke into the country music scene in 2013 when he released his debut single “Duet”, which reached number nine on the Billboard chart and the video (directed by him) went on to earn two CCMA nominations for Video and Video Director of the Year. Mack continued his successful run behind the camera, directing 11 music videos including four of his own, which earned him multiple CCMA and BCCMA nominations for Music Video and Director of the Year.

2013 also saw Mack win the inaugural CCMA Discovery Program as well as the Unsigned Only Music Competition, besting some 10,000 artists from around the world. Following these milestones, Mack exploded outward in 2015, releasing two top 20 singles and picking up his eighth CCMA nomination. Later that year, Mack released his debut album “Edge of the Storm” which was nominated at the 2016 CCMA awards for Album of the Year and debuted at number four on the iTunes chart. Between festival performances, Mack spent much of 2016 in Nashville writing for his second album, which is currently underway.

Wesley is a Calgary native, who currently resides in Vancouver, where he continues to expand his ever-growing resume of impressive credits. From the largest stages and arenas to the director’s chair, from writing hit songs to creating characters as an actor; Wesley has established himself as a creative force of many forms.

Wesley has worked to give back to a number of institutions to which he owes much of his life. As a young child, MacInnes underwent heart surgery to correct a congenital heart defect. Now, as an adult, he has paired with the Cardiac Kids (in connection with the Sick Kids hospital in Toronto) and the Alberta Children’s Hospital in an effort to raise awareness and money for these organizations.

Wesley MacInnes is available for interviews and photographs upon request.

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