Make-up Nominees Announced for 2014 Canadian Screen Awards
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Posted: Wednesday January 15, 2014
On Jan. 13, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television
announced nominees for the Canadian Screen Awards in film, television
and digital media. The make-up nominees are:
Achievement in Make-up (film, sponsored by M.A.C. Cosmetics):
The Colony Louise Mackintosh Peggy Kyriakidou Shauna Llewellyn
Cottage Country François Dagenais Traci Loader
Maïna Brigitte Bilodeau
Mama David Martí Linda Dowds Montse Ribé (above, working on Javier Botet) Previously covered in Make-Up Artist magazine’s Issue 100 tablet edition.
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (at left, actor Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) Jo-Ann MacNeil Karola Dirnberger Paul Jones Previously covered in Make-Up Artist magazine’s Issue 103 and in an online exclusive.
Best Achievement in Make-up (television, sponsored by M.A.C. Cosmetics):
Being Human: “Always a Bridesmaid, Never Alive” (Space) (at left, wolf sculpt from Season One) Edwina Voda Erik Gosselin Previously covered in Make-Up Artist magazine’s Issue 88.
Bomb Girls: “Where There’s Smoke” (Global) Eva Coudouloux Katarina Chovanec
Jack (CBC) Brenda Magalas Doug Morrow
Murdoch Mysteries: “Victoria Cross” (CBC) Deb Drennan
World Without End: “Rook” (Showcase) Anna Tesner Balázs Novák Colleen Quinton Julia Valente
2013, the Genie Awards (for movies) and the Gemini Awards (for TV)
merged to become the Canadian Screen Awards. The 2014 winners will be
announced during a live broadcast hosted by actor-comedian Martin Short
(left), Sunday, March 9, 2014 on CBC-TV. Check local listings for
broadcast times. Visit academy.ca/Canadian-Screen-Awards for more details.
Mama photo courtesy of David Martí and Montse Ribé
London-based make-up artist Angela Holthuis and photographer Izabela Habur set a challenge for themselves: Habur
asked Holthuis, a fashion pro, to create “a small story with bold looks
within a small time frame, to test out how far we [could] push
ourselves creatively,” Holthuis said.
Make-Up Artist magazine is now accepting student competition
applications for the 2009 Los Angeles International Make-Up Artist
Trade Show. The themes for this year are Gothic and X-Men Mutants. The competition is open to students of a recognized make-up school and
to those who graduated 12 months prior to the competition. Make-Up Artist will only accept competition entries postmarked by May 22, 2009.
If you like Prescriptives products, you’d better stock up while you
can: On Sept. 17, Estée Lauder Companies announced it will stop
production and global wholesale distribution of the brand by Jan. 31,
2010. The brand will still be sold online at www.prescriptives.com
while inventory lasts.