A young man holds a large, round, white set light over his head, shining into a red-walled studio.

Humber talent won big at the 2021 Canadian Screen Awards. 

Humber alumni, faculty, mentors and honorary degree recipients from the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts garnered 32 nominations and 13 wins. 

Award winners were announced daily from May 17 to 20 on the Canadian Screen Awards website

Congratulations to this year's winners: 

-Adrian Wallace (Film and Television Production/Comedy) - Best Direction, Documentary Series - Being Black in Toronto  

-Graham Rogers (Film and Television Production) and James Bastable (Post Production) - Achievement in Sound Mixing - Akilla's Escape  

-Kiah Welsh (Journalism) - Best Production, Interactive - The 2010s: The decade Canadian artists stopped saying sorry  

-Graham Chittenden (Comedy) - Best Writing, Factual - Still Standing - "Rankin Inlet"  

-Ari Posner (Mentor - Music Composition)   

Best Original Music, Fiction - Detention Adventure - "All the World's a Stage" 

Best Original Music, Animation - Let's Go Luna 

-Allison Hogg (Comedy) - Best Writing, Variety or Sketch Comedy - Baroness Von Sketch Show - "I prefer the term 'Bonus Parent'"  

-Claire Dobson (Post Production) - Best Sound, Fiction - Vikings - “The Best Laid Plans”  

-Andrew Gurney (Post Production) - Best Picture Editing, Reality/Competition - Stronger Together, Tous Ensemble 

-Paolo Amati (Film and Television Production) - Best Sound, Non-Fiction - Once We Were Brothers  

-Christine Birak (Journalism) - Best National Reporter - CBC News: The National 

-Sandy Pereira (Post Production) - Best Picture Editing, Drama - Cardinal: Until The Night - “Scott”