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Saskatchewan Costume Designer, Brenda Schenher, Wins Best Costume Design at B.C.'s Leo Awards

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Congratulations to our colleague and good friend, Saskatchewan costume designer Brenda Schenher, who won a Leo Award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie. The Leo Awards are the awards for the British Columbia film and television industry. Brenda's award-winning costume design was for the television movie Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story.

We Vancouver has a nice article about Brenda and her award. Here is an excerpt:

"There was a lovely moment at Friday night’s Leo Awards that summed up what the event — which celebrates accomplishments in British Columbia film and television  — truly means to the community it serves.

It was during Brenda Shenher’s acceptance speech. Brenda had just won the award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie for her work on Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story.

Brenda had arrived in town from Regina the day before. She, along with her daughter Magdalena, had been seated at table 20 — a table on the outer reaches of the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver ballroom that also included actor Richard Harmon, actress-producer Sandy Sidhu, actress-writer Sonja Bennett, designer Chloe Angus, actress Laura Adkin, and yours truly.

When her name had been announced, she and her daughter had shrieked and leapt up and hugged each other tightly. In a flash Brenda was across the ballroom and on stage, clutching her Leo and thanking everyone who’d facilitated her win: the cast and crew of Mr. Hockey; her mother, for teaching her how to sew; her daughter, for being a constant support. 

And throughout Brenda’s speech, Magdalena was on her feet, shooting images and video on her phone, tears streaming down her smiling face."

To read the entire article, CLICK HERE.

There was a lovely moment at Friday night’s Leo Awards that summed up what the event — which celebrates accomplishments in British Columbia film and television  — truly means to the community it serves.

It was during Brenda Shenher’s acceptance speech. Brenda had just won the award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie for her work on Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story.

Brenda had arrived in town from Regina the day before. She, along with her daughter Magdalena, had been seated at table 20 — a table on the outer reaches of the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver ballroom that also included actor Richard Harmon, actress-producer Sandy Sidhu, actress-writer Sonja Bennett, designer Chloe Angus, actress Laura Adkin, and yours truly.

When her name had been announced, she and her daughter had shrieked and leapt up and hugged each other tightly. In a flash Brenda was across the ballroom and on stage, clutching her Leo and thanking everyone who’d facilitated her win: the cast and crew of Mr. Hockey; her mother, for teaching her how to sew; her daughter, for being a constant support. 

And throughout Brenda’s speech, Magdalena was on her feet, shooting images and video on her phone, tears streaming down her smiling face.

- See more at: http://www.wevancouver.com/arts/film-television/leo-awards-night-1-winners-reflections-1.1099471#sthash.eHN0S2r8.dpuf

There was a lovely moment at Friday night’s Leo Awards that summed up what the event — which celebrates accomplishments in British Columbia film and television  — truly means to the community it serves.

It was during Brenda Shenher’s acceptance speech. Brenda had just won the award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie for her work on Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story.

Brenda had arrived in town from Regina the day before. She, along with her daughter Magdalena, had been seated at table 20 — a table on the outer reaches of the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver ballroom that also included actor Richard Harmon, actress-producer Sandy Sidhu, actress-writer Sonja Bennett, designer Chloe Angus, actress Laura Adkin, and yours truly.

When her name had been announced, she and her daughter had shrieked and leapt up and hugged each other tightly. In a flash Brenda was across the ballroom and on stage, clutching her Leo and thanking everyone who’d facilitated her win: the cast and crew of Mr. Hockey; her mother, for teaching her how to sew; her daughter, for being a constant support. 

And throughout Brenda’s speech, Magdalena was on her feet, shooting images and video on her phone, tears streaming down her smiling face.

- See more at: http://www.wevancouver.com/arts/film-television/leo-awards-night-1-winners-reflections-1.1099471#sthash.eHN0S2r8.dpuf

There was a lovely moment at Friday night’s Leo Awards that summed up what the event — which celebrates accomplishments in British Columbia film and television  — truly means to the community it serves.

It was during Brenda Shenher’s acceptance speech. Brenda had just won the award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie for her work on Mr. Hockey: The Gordie Howe Story.

Brenda had arrived in town from Regina the day before. She, along with her daughter Magdalena, had been seated at table 20 — a table on the outer reaches of the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver ballroom that also included actor Richard Harmon, actress-producer Sandy Sidhu, actress-writer Sonja Bennett, designer Chloe Angus, actress Laura Adkin, and yours truly.

When her name had been announced, she and her daughter had shrieked and leapt up and hugged each other tightly. In a flash Brenda was across the ballroom and on stage, clutching her Leo and thanking everyone who’d facilitated her win: the cast and crew of Mr. Hockey; her mother, for teaching her how to sew; her daughter, for being a constant support. 

And throughout Brenda’s speech, Magdalena was on her feet, shooting images and video on her phone, tears streaming down her smiling face.

- See more at: http://www.wevancouver.com/arts/film-television/leo-awards-night-1-winners-reflections-1.1099471#sthash.eHN0S2r8.dpuf

Brenda on stage accepting her award, while her daughter records the moment.

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