Canadian Screen Awards

Print“The F Word” scribe Elan Mastai said he was glad to see Radcliffe successfully break away from his Harry Potter roots.

“For all his fame and success I don’t think he’s ever been nominated for an acting award so I think it’s really amazing that Canadians have recognized the actor that he’s become,” said Mastai, up for best adapted screenplay against Ken Scott and Michael Dowse of “The Grand Seduction,” Javier Gullon of “Enemy,” Robert Lepage for “Triptyque” and Michel Marc Bouchard and Dolan for “Tom at the Farm.”

“The F Word” is among several titles that have yet to hit theatres. It’s expected out in the summer, while Villeneuve’s “Enemy” comes out March 14, immediately following the March 9 awards bash.

FILM – Best Motion Picture – The F Word
FILM – Achievement in Direction – Michael Dowse
FILM – Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role – Daniel Radcliffe
Film – Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role – MACKENZIE DAVIS – The F Word
Film Adapted Screenplay – Elan Mastai The F-Word

Source: VVCNetwork and medicinehatnews.com

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