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Nominations for Canada's Directors Guild Awards Announced

Today, the nominations for Canada's 2010 Directors Guild Awards have been announced. These awards are meant to give awards for some people who work behind the camera to give outstanding films and TV series. Besides, the gala will be hosted by Canadian comedian Dave Foley. So, without further ado, here are the nominations.

Best feature film:

* Cairo Time.

* Chloe.

* The Trotsky.

* Love & Savagery.

Best television movie/miniseries

* Darwin Darkest Hour.

* Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story.

* Sea Wolf.

* The White Archer.

Best dramatic TV series:

* Being Erica.

* Flashpoint.

* Sanctuary.

* The Bridge.

Best comedy TV series:

* The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town.

* G-Spot.

* Less than Kind.

* Little Mosque on the Prairie.

Best family TV series:

* Degrassi: The Next Generation.

* Heartland.

* How to Be Indie.

* Overruled!

Allan King Award for Excellence in Documentary:

* Ballet High - Elise Swerhone (Director), Robert Lower (Picture Editor).

* The Experimental Eskimos -
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Terrorism Now Worldwide

Joseph Dickstein of Lightning Entertainment has acquired North American and United Kingdom distribution rights for "Bio-Dead," a futuristic, post-apocalyptic, science fiction thriller starring Derek Long (Socket, 3-Day Weekend, Black Dawn) and Matthew C. Norton (America's Next Top Model, G-Spot). From first time director and screenwriter Stephen J. Hadden "Bio-Dead," will be receiving a video-on-demand August 2009 initial release date; then, the DVD will be available for fans worldwide shortly after that. Already a teaser trailer for "Bio-Dead," is available along with a whole slew of movie stills from the films homepage both of which can be found below.

A synopsis for "Bio-Dead," can be found here...

"Set in the not-too-distant future, “Bio-Dead,” takes place during the aftermath of a bio-terrorist attack that has killed twelve million people and rendered Southern California uninhabitable. The once thriving mecca has now become a contaminated wasteland known as “The Zone”. Hazmat teams are dispatched into
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