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Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany, Schitt’s Creek leads Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Daniel Levy, and Sons of Anarchy alumnus Kim Coates will be among the presenters at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards.

Staged in Toronto on March 12, the awards honour the best in Canadian TV, film and digital media.

This year’s host will be comedian and America’s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel.

Other presenters are set to include:

Oscar-nominated director Atom Egoyan.
CBC satirist Rick Mercer.
Big Brother Canada host Arisa Cox.
Kim’s Convenience co-stars Jean Yoon and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee.
Comedian Sean Cullen.
Actors Wendy Crewson, Catherine Reitman and Stephan James.

Toronto singer Francesco Yates is lined up for a musical performance. The show will air on CBC-TV.
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Tatiana is nominated for favourite Canadian Star. You can vote as many time as you want!

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Prepare your goodbyes, sestras: Orphan Black‘s final season has a premiere date.

BBC America announced Tuesday the sci-fi drama’s fifth season will launch on Saturday, June 10 at 10 p.m. ET.

Additionally, BBC America revealed Tatiana Maslany, who won her first Emmy for fronting the show as several Leda clones in September, will join the full cast for a panel discussion at PaleyFest on Thursday, March 23 in Los Angeles. Jordan Gavaris (Felix), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Mrs. S), Kristian Bruun (Donnie), Kevin Hanchard (Detective Art Bell), Evelyne Brochu (Delphine), Ari Millen (Ira and Castor clones), and Maslany’s acting double, Kathryn Alexandre, will appear alongside the actress, as will series co-creator and writer, Graeme Manson.

Last June, the network confirmed the cult hit would conclude with season 5.

“We are excited to deliver an epic conclusion to the tale of Sarah and her clone sisters,” co-creators John Fawcett and Manson previously said in a joint statement. “The past four seasons have been a phenomenal adventure and we are eternally grateful to our loyal fans who have loved the twists and thrills of our weird little show. We are thankful to our partners at Temple Street, and to BBC America and Space for their support and giving us the opportunity to end on a high.”

Since premiering on BBC America in 2013, the program has aired 40 episodes and has garnered significant critical and industry praise, earning major nominations at the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and the GLAAD Media Awards in addition to Maslany’s Emmy victory.

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The Women’s March movement can count the Clone Club among its supporters, according to Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany.

The Canadian actress posted several photos of herself in character on Instagram on Tuesday, along with the caption, “Some gals who wished they could’ve been at the #womensmarch and whose [hearts] are on fire for all those who were. #thefutureisfemale #cloneclub.”

The Emmy winner included photos of herself in character as scientist Cosima, former assassin Helena, and soccer mom-turned-criminal Alison — a handful of the 11 different clones the actress has played on the hit BBC series, which prominently features feminist themes.

The Instagram post follows a slew of social media updates from Maslany in support of the Women’s March on Washington and its sister marches around the globe on Saturday, the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration. On Saturday, Maslany posted an Instagram video from the Women’s March in Toronto, Canada. “My heart is pounding seeing all the beautiful images of protest and solidarity from around the world,” she wrote. She also tweeted, “Sending love solidarity strength to everyone across the world marching for human rights!!!”

 

More than 3 million women in the U.S. alone marched in support of the rights of women, people of color, and marginalized communities.

 

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“The Other Half,” the indie drama that premiered at SXSW last year, has been picked up by distributor Brainstorm Media for release in U.S. theaters in March. Director and writer Joey Klein’s love story earned a strong review from Variety in its festival bow in 2016.

The storyline centers on a grieving young man, played by Tom Cullen (“Downton Abbey”), and his budding relationship with Emily, an artist depicted by “Orphan Black” star and Emmy winner Tatiana Maslany. Over the course of the film, Emily’s bipolar disorder brings trauma and tension to the already-precarious union.

“This film was a standout for us at SXSW, with such beautiful and intimate performances,” said Brainstorm Media president Meyer Shwarzstein. The distribution company will coordinate the U.S. release in theaters and on video-on-demand, both set for March 10.

Jonathan Bronfman from JoBro Productions and Nicole Hilliard-Forde and Joey Klein from Motel Pictures produced the film while JayJay Firestone, CEO of Prodigy Pictures, executive produced. Cullen and Maslany are also on the film’s team of executive producers.



PaleyFest 2017 has rounded out its lineup.

Set to open the March 17-26 event is AMC’s The Walking Dead, with Grey’s Anatomy, Bob’s Burgers, The Late Late Show, NCIS: Los Angeles, Orphan Black, Pretty Little Liars, Scandal as well as a CW DC Super Hero event rounding out the schedule.

“For 34 years PaleyFest has grown in size, presence and prestige — solidifying its spot on the Los Angeles cultural and popular landscape,” Paley Center for Media CEO Maureen J. Reidy said in a statement announcing the lineup. “We are so proud to present this incredible PaleyFest 2017 lineup as the centerpiece in our year-round Paley Center programming. This year’s festival brings together fans and introduces new audiences to the stars and creators of television’s most talked about and popular shows.”

The newly announced programming joins a roster of previously announced panels including HBO’s Westworld, NBC’s This Is Us and American Horror Story: Roanoke.

Here’s the full schedule:
Friday, March 17: AMC’s The Walking Dead

Saturday, March 18 (matinee): Super Hero panel with stars from The CW’s Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow

Saturday, March 18 (evening): NBC’s This Is Us

Sunday, March 19: ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy

Tuesday, March 21: CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles

Wednesday, March 22: CBS’ Late Late Show

Thursday, March 23: BBC America’s Orphan Black

Friday, March 24: Fox’s Bob’s Burgers

Saturday, March 25 (matinee): Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars

Saturday, March 25 (evening): HBO’s Westworld

Sunday, March 26 (matinee): ABC’s Scandal 100th episode celebration

Sunday, March 26 (evening): FX’s American Horror Story: Roanoke
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Tatiana presented tonight at the televised 2016 Young Womens Honors Awards. I have added screencaps to the gallery from the televised event.

2016: Young Womens Honors Awards: Presenting – Screencaps



Tatiana is in attendance at the Critics Choice Awards. She looks smashing in floral. Let’s wish her the best of luck tonight! Thanks to my friend AliKat for some of these.

2016: December 11 – Critics Choice Awards



We very lucky to get a chance to speak with Joey Klein, an actor and now writer and director of the powerful and challenging film The Other Half, which first debuted at SXSW, opened the Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival in November, and is now playing in select theatres from Mongrel Media. It was especially special for Klein for the press day to take place at the Gladstone Hotel, a place where his parents stayed years ago. Klein was very generous with his time, and his praise for co-stars, and real-life couple, Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen, who deliver searing performances in the film.

The following are excerpts from the lengthy interview that occurred.

Scene Creek: (gestures to poster) Are Maslany and Cullen your other half(ves)?
Joey Klein: Guess so, I mean, I’ve known them now for a while. But all because of this, I mean, I met her on an acting job, and someone said “check out Grown Up Movie Star“, and as soon as I saw it, I offered her this. We did my first BravoFACT together, and she started dating Tom around that time. I was as obsessed with him from his work on Weekend and I wrote a role for him anyways, it made sense as it was someone who fled where he was from. So by the time we made the film, we were all really close, but we kind of got to know each other through trying to make it, hoping to make it. I started writing something that became this years and years ago. She was attached four and a half, five years and he was attached two, two and and a half years. Bobby Shore, the D.P., was attached even before Tat. Nicole Hilliard-Forde really picked it up and carried it on her own for a while and was really the force behind getting it made. Jonathan Bronfman, if I can use a baseball analogy, was sort of the star reliever in seeing it through to production.

I’m developing a revenge movie hopefully with these cats, if we all get on the same page together, I mean, we will, but first it’s got to get on the page.

SC: There is heavy subject matter in this film, but it is also hopeful.
JK: This is not an autobiographical movie, but it is a personal movie. Yes, I wrote from a point of experience and a point of knowing a lot of this stuff, but I want to represent what grief over time is like and to look at what is true to me about the grace of two very sick people finding themselves these days. I wanted to be as respectful to the subject as I could, and I wanted to do it in a way that I could explore realistic hope. I appreciate you bringing up the hope aspect of it because I think there’s true hope in it. I want to put some love back in the world and I will do it any way that I can.

SC: What would you like an audience to get out of this film?
JK: My favourite films have saved my life a little bit, and I just hope that this film stands for something for anyone who unfortunately does know at all about this, and for anyone who is older than twelve, you’ve gone through something, maybe that you shouldn’t have.
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