Gala Awards Ceremony
Saturday, June 2, 2007
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Friday, June 1, 2007
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Individual Outstanding Achievement Award – 2007



Terry David Mulligan


TERRY DAVID MULLIGAN

Terry was raised in North Vancouver and was a Mountie in Alberta from 1960 – 1964. He developed a life-long love of rock 'n roll, film, and television and spent the next two decades as a radio DJ and host of CBC's first music video program – Good Rockin' Tonight. He joined the MuchMusic team in 1985 as a segment producer and the host of CityTV's MT-Movie Television. He's appeared in countless feature films including The Accused, Look Who's Talking Two, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, The X-Files, Fantastic Four and is currently shooting a cheeky little wine show for CHUM called Hollywood and Vines with co-host and co-producer Jason Priestley.


Terry is a passionate supporter of local film & television and has taken every opportunity afforded him to champion those that make it. He was inducted into the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame in 2004 and his star is part of the sidewalk outside the front doors of the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver.


We are proud to celebrate Terry David Mulligan with a 2007 LEO AWARD for Individual Outstanding Achievement.

 

 

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Group, Company, or Association
Outstanding Achievement Award – 2007

 

 

Insight Film Studios


INSIGHT FILM STUDIOS

Over the past five years Insight Film Studios has grown from six employees to over 100 full-time staff supported by 300 to 400 production crew working year round — and is on pace to exceed $170 million in production revenue in 2007. Playback magazine has named Insight the second largest production company in Canada ranking them behind only Alliance Atlantis.


In 2006, Insight produced 28 movies for television, five feature films, two dramatic series, one reality series, and one documentary series, and was last year’s recipient of the BC Government Export Award for the entertainment sector. The company's feature films – including When a Man Falls in the Forest, Numb, and Battle in Seattle– have premiered at festivals in Berlin, Tribecca, and Cannes.


Insight recently launched two new weekly dramatic series – Painkiller Jane for the Sci Fi Channel and Blood Ties for Lifetime and Global TV, produced the second season of Vanity Insanity for Global TV, and will premiere the reality series Two Coreys on A&E this fall.


We are proud to celebrate Insight Film Studios with a 2007 LEO AWARD for Outstanding Achievement.

 

 

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2006

 

Individual Award

Ms. Babz Chula

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

The Motion Picture Production Industry Association

 

 

2005

 

Individual Award

Mr. Bob Scarabelli

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

The British Columbia Film Commission

 

 

2004

 

Individual Award

Mr. John Juliani

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

The Union of British Columbia Performers

 

 

2003

 

Individual Award

Ms. Shelley Gillen

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

The British Columbia Council of Film Unions

 

 

2002

 

Individual Award

Mr. Crawford Hawkins

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

Women in Film & Video Vancouver

 

 

2001

 

Individual Award

Ms. Dianne Neufeld

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

CBC Television - British Columbia

 

 

2000

 

Individual Award

Mr. Michael Francis

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

The Pacific Centre of the National Film Board

 

 

1999

 

Individual Award

Mr. Daryl Duke

 

Group, Company, or Association Award

British Columbia Film

 

 








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