Twelve CFC Alumni Named WGC Screenwriting Awards Finalists

By Cory Angeletti-Szasz ● February 27, 2018 15:45


The 2018 WGC Screenwriting Awards Finalists were announced on February 27. We are pleased to share that 12 CFC alumni are among the finalists:


CHILDREN’S

  • Mysticons, Season 1 “Heart of Gold”
    Written by Elize Morgan
  • Mysticons, Season 1 “Sisters in Arms”
    Written by Sean Jara

A woman and a man wear clothes and sit in a bathtub without water.

Entanglement


FEATURE FILM

  • Entanglement
    Written by Jason Filiatrault

Side profile of a woman sitting in a cell with light shining in through a small window.

Alias Grace


MOW AND MINISERIES

  • Alias Grace “Part 5”
    Written by Sarah Polley
  • Bruno & Boots: This Can’t Be Happening at Macdonald Hall!
    Written by Adam Barken & Mike McPhaden
  • Bruno & Boots: The Wizzle War
    Written by Mike McPhaden

BEST SCRIPT FROM SEASON ONE

  • Bellevue, Season 1 “You Don’t Understand Me At All”
    Written by Jane Maggs
  • Ghost Wars, Season 1 “Whatever Happened to Maggie Rennie”
    Written by Rachel Langer


SHORTS AND WEBSERIES

  • Spiral, Episode 101 “The Girl in the Dream”
    Written by Karen McClellan


A woman holding a syringe.

Mary Kills People


TV DRAMA

  • Cardinal, Season 1 “John Cardinal”
    Written by Aubrey Nealon
  • Mary Kills People, Season 1 “Bloody Mary”
    Written by Tara Armstrong
  • X Company, Season 3 “Promises”
    Written by Nicolas Billon


The 22nd annual WGC Screenwriting Awards will be held on April 30, 2018 at the TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning’s Koerner Hall in Toronto. Six CFC alumni will be guest awards presenters: Marsha Greene, Rachel Langer, Joseph Kay, Cynthia Knight, Elize Morgan and Sugith Varughese.

For the full list of finalists, CLICK HERE.


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