Wallis Awards prides itself on producing custom awards to the highest standards of quality for various companies and organizations. Along with many one-off awards, Wallis Awards has been the proud manufacturer of prestigious awards for the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television for over 18 years. Wallis Awards also contributed to both the design and manufacturing of the New Canadian Screen Award.
Academy reveals new Canadian Screen Awards statue
Statues made in Canada by Wallis Awards
TORONTO – January 15, 2013 – The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s new Canadian Screen Awards statue was designed by Endeavour in collaboration Wallis Awards, the latter of which also manufactures the statues in Canada.
“We worked closely with Endeavour and Wallis Awards to develop a statue that symbolizes two screens with the public at the core of it all,” says Helga Stephenson, Academy CEO. “The new Canadian Screen Awards statue celebrates Canadian talent and Canadian productions, now destined for multiple screens.”
Wallis Awards is owned and operated by Glen and Susan Wallis. The specialty manufacturing company interpreted Endeavour’s brand design and brought the Canadian Screen Award statue to life. It is manufactured using environmentally friendly practices and measures 32.5 centimeters in height and weighs 2.5 kilograms.
“Wallis Awards prides itself on producing awards to the highest standards of quality,” said Glen Wallis, Wallis Awards. “We are proud to continue working with the Academy, and to manufacture the new Canadian Screen Award statues.”
Wallis Awards has worked with the Academy for 18 years, manufacturing previous awards. This year the company moved it’s operations to Prince Edward County, Ontario (from Toronto), where the new Canadian Screen Award statues are being produced.
About the Academy: Established in 1979, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a national, non-profit, professional association dedicated to the promotion, recognition and celebration of exceptional achievements in Canadian film, television and digital media. Unifying industry professionals across Canada, the Academy is a vital force representing all screen-based industries.
About the Canadian Screen Awards: The Academy’s Canadian Screen Awards is the new annual awards show to celebrate the best in film, television and digital media. Canada’s king of comedy, Martin Short, will host the inaugural 2-Hour Live Broadcast Gala Sunday March 3, 2013 @ 8pm (8:30 N.T) on CBC.