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About the Wave Awards
All nominations will be kept confidential, with only the winners being announced at the WMW Awards Brunch, Sunday, March 17.
The 2013 Selection Committee:
Catherine MacLellan is a singer/songwriter from Prince Edward Island. Following in the tradition of her songwriting father, Gene MacLellan, Catherine writes with emotional honesty and grace. She has toured across North America, Europe and the UK and her latest record, Silhouette, has won two ECMA awards and the Canadian Folk Music Award for Songwriter of the Year.
Ilkay Silk is presently Director of Drama at St Thomas University, Fredericton, NB. She has been directing theatre productions for over 40 years. In 1990 she won a Moonsnail Award for best production Industrial/ Educational film at the Atlantic Film Festival. She also directed the half-hour drama, 101 Fire Hydrants for CBC.
Angela Antle is a visual and sound artist and broadcaster, living in St. John’s, NL. Antle creates works that speak about current socio-economic issues. She studied fine art at The Ontario College of Art and Design. Antle hosted and coproduced Socket, CBC Radio’s first national program on visual arts. Her work has been collected by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador as well as the City of St. John’s. She is the co-creator of Majumder Manor now playing on W Network. She and co-producer Stuart Coxe won the pitch contest hosted by MIPFORMATS in Cannes for their reality series idea, Looking for Love. Angela is a Board member at the St. John’s Women’s International Film Festival.
Lee Anne Gillan is a former senior film programmer for the Atlantic Film Festival and The Independent Film Channel. She was also the film critic for the Halifax Daily News for 5 years, and co-owner of Critic’s Choice Video. She now works as a writer, producer, and researcher for documentary television in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Projects she’s contributed to include Canada’s Super Speller, Burning Rubber, Inside Time, Main Street Mysteries, 36 Hitchen Road, Feed Your Head, Forensic Firsts, Land and Sea and Addicted to the Life.
And of course, we’d like to thank NB artist Kristianne LeBreton, who has once again provided the beautifully crafted awards for each of our worthy recipients.
NB: Nominations are now closed!
To submit a nomination, please send a document convincingly detailing why the Nominee should be recognized by WIFT-AT (800 words maximum). There are lots of really worthy women out there so you want your nomination to stand out. Please also include a resume and/or filmography of the Nominee, the contact information of both yourself and the Nominee, and a picture of the Nominee (if available). In your nomination pitch, you may want to consider including any volunteer work, awards, achievements, as well as a personal endorsement.