Saturday, January 28, 2017

GOOD LUCK! Hamilton Born David Braid Nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

The 2017 Canadian Screen Awards showcase the best in television, digital media and film the country has to offer. Hamilton-born jazz pianist and composer David Braid is up for two awards (Achievement in Music – Best Original Song and Achievement in Music – Original Score) for his amazing music on Born to be Blue, a film about jazz legend Chet Baker.

Hopefully, he'll be bringing home some hardware at the televised ceremony March 12, 2017 on CBC.

Links: David Braid, More David Braid StoriesVideo above courtesy of Soundtrackland

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Here are the others nominated in the categories

Achievement in Music – Best Original Song
Achievement in Music – Original Score
Also of note to our readers is the documentary I Am the Blues, a Canadian co-production about veteran American Blues artists. The film was nominated in the Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary and Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Documentary categories.

Video above courtesy of IDFA

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