Anaïd Productions is proud to announce that its original television series The Liquidator, has received nominations in three categories at the upcoming Leo Awards: Best Information or Lifestyle Series, Best Direction and Best Cinematography in an Information or Lifestyle Series. The Liquidator is currently in production for its upcoming third season on OLN. It follows Jeff Schwarz, owner of Burnaby-based Direct Liquidation, as he haggles his way through an endless series of business transactions in his hectic buy-and-sell liquidation business. Known for his audacious, fast-talking, wheeling and dealing skills, Jeff and his eccentric crew of characters continue to amaze viewers as they race from one improbable deal to the next in the unpredictable world of sales.
The Liquidator is nominated in the following three categories:
Best Information or Lifestyle Series:
Margaret Mardirossian, Helen Schmidt – Executive Producers, Anaïd Productions Inc.
Candice Tipton, Series Producer
Keely Booth, Producer
Blake Maddox, Producer
Best Direction in an Information or Lifestyle Series
Fred Frame, Mark Lawrence – Directors
‘1001 Bricks & Mortals’ episode
Best Cinematography in an Information or Lifestyle Series:
Carl Alcock – Director of Photography
“We’re extremely pleased to be recognized by our industry peers for The Liquidator,” says Margaret Mardirossian, Founder & Executive Producer of Anaïd Productions. “The nominations are a true testament to the hard work, dedication and commitment of the entire cast and crew and speaks to the qualty of the show itself.”
“We would also like to thank the team at OLN Canada and Rogers Broadcasting for their ongoing support,” continues Mardirossian. “The Liquidator continues to be possible because of the fearless leadership from talented broadcast executives Claire Freeland, director of original programming, and Marni Goldman, production executive for Rogers.”
The Leo Awards winners will be announced on June 8th in Vancouver.
The Liquidator is produced by Anaïd Productions in association with Rogers Broadcasting Limited, with the participation of the Canada Media Fund, and the Province of British Columbia, and with the assistance of the Alberta Multimedia Development Fund and the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit Program.