2021 WGC Awards Nomination for Doug Barber

Doug Barber earns a coveted Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Award Nomination for Incendo’s 2019 Thriller No Good Deed

Incendo is pleased to announce that Doug Barber is a 2021 WGC Screenwriting nominee in the MOW and Miniseries category, for his screenplay of the thriller film No Good Deed. Winners will be announced at a virtual ceremony on April 26th.

This is the second WGC nomination for Doug. He received his first nomination in 2016 under the Best Writing in a MOW and Miniseries category for the Incendo film Kept Woman, alongside James Phillips.

No Good Deed

Genre: Drama/Thriller

Starring: Michelle Borth, Mark Rendall, Cristina Rosato, Noah James Turcotte, Darcy Laurie, Oliver Price, Jason Deline, Grahame Wood, Nancy Kenny, Mathieu Thibodeau, Luigi Buffone

Director: Caroline Labrèche

Writers: Caroline Labrèche, Doug Barber

Synopsis – Karen never planned on being a hero. A recent widow, she has her hands full with work and parenting her son Max.  Then Karen saves Jeremy’s life during a drug store robbery and quickly discovers that the young man is intent on paying her back at any cost. At first, life starts improving for this good Samaritan, but as Jeremy’s efforts become more extreme, Karen starts to wonder if no good deed truly goes unpunished.

The Incendo film is currently available on Crave in Canada.

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