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BABZ CHULA

 

BABZ CHULA


Often called the 'Queen of Independent Film', Babz Chula is one of Canada’s most accomplished, versatile, and daring actors – a veritable life-force in Vancouver’s acting community. She has received multiple awards and honours and as an ardent supporter of the independent film scene, she has contributed countless volunteer hours to many causes including The Starry Nights Aids Benefit, Burnaby Youth Custody Facility, and The Centre for Integrated Healing.

She won a LEO AWARD in 1996 for her work in Robert Randall's short film 'The Love Charm', a Genie Award for her work in Peg Campbell's short film 'In Search of the Last Good Man' and was awarded a Gemini Award in 2001 for her work on the series 'These Arms of Mine'. In 1995, Vancouver Women in Film and Video honoured her with its first annual Artistic Achievement Award for her support of the local film industry.

We are proud this evening to honour Babz Chula with our 2006 LEO AWARD for Individual Outstanding Achievement.

 

 

 

Group, Company, or Association
Outstanding Achievement Award – 2006

 

 

MPPIA


THE MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

SERVING OUR COMMUNITY


The Motion Picture Production Industry Association of British Columbia (MPPIA), is a non-profit society established in April 2002 to represent the collective interests of British Columbia's film, television and commercial production industry. The Association, which brings together a broad spectrum of industry stakeholders, is committed to speaking with one voice on issues of common concern and working jointly to strengthen the industry's competitiveness on the world stage.

By bringing together key stakeholders who share this vision, MPPIA is working to develop a stronger profile and future for the film, television and commercial production industry in this province.

We are proud to honour the Motion Picture Production Industry Association of British Columbia with our 2006 LEO AWARD for Outstanding Achievement.


 



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