Yesterday was the Joey Awards, Mitch came away with 2 out of 6 awards for his work on the film Horns. Congrats to all of them for their hard work, they’ve come a long way and we still haven’t seen what’s to come. Congrats to all of you.
BEST YOUNG ENSEMBLE IN A FEATURE FILM, TV MOVIE OR STRAIGHT TO VIDEO FEATURE
Erik McNamee, Mitchell Kummen, Laine MacNeil, Jared Ager Foster, Dylan Schmid, Sabrina Carpenter
BEST ACTOR IN A FEATURE FILM SUPPPORTING/PRINCIPAL ROLE AGE 12-16
Mitchell Kummen – Horns
I announced, Mitchell’s wonderful win on all four nominations at the Joey Awards. There are a few pictures you can view, which I will post in the gallery for you. Credit to Everiathing and Lucas Talent.
I also did some recent artwork from Horns which you can preview down below.
I would like to congratulate Mitchell on winning awards for all 4 nominations for When Calls the Heart, The Tomorrow People and Time Tremors. He deserved it.
Second Season of When Calls the Heart comes out May 2015.
You can see the full winners list here.
Pictures from the Joey Awards have been retweeted on our twitter.
Mitchell is up for four nominations in the Joey Awards. The Joey awards start this Sunday, November 16, 2014 @ New Westminster, BC
Young Actor age 13-19 in a TV Series Drama Supporting/Recurring
Mitchell Kummen – The Tomorrow People
Young Actor age 10-19 in a TV Series Drama Leading Role
Mitchell Kummen – When Calls the Heart
Young Actor in a Lead or Supporting role in a Web based Series
Mitchell Kummen – Time Tremors
Young Ensemble Cast in a Dramatic TV Series
Mitchell Kummen, Logan Williams, Gracyn Shinyei, Darius Zaviceanu, Katelyn Mager, Lizzie Boys, Mamie Laverock, Sean Michael Kyer, Will Verchere, Lilah Fitzgerald, Sarah Boey, Connor Stanhope,Ty Wood, Rachel Pawluk, Kiefer O’Reilly, Kadence Kendall Roach, Tanner Saunders, Paris Abbott – When Calls the Heart
Monday, a host of local young actors respectably represented in the 69 different categories of the Joey Awards, an accolade aimed at juvenile performers from across Canada.
Mitchell Kummen has been nominated for four awards in projects including The Tomorrow People and When Calls the Heart, and Bryan Young scored one for his work in the Abigail Breslin movie Perfect Sisters.
The winners will be announced at a red-carpet gala in Vancouver on Nov. 16.