2013 | Music DVD of the Year | Andy Keen, Bernie Breen, Patrick Sambrook, Shawn Marino, The Tragically Hip | | The JUNO Awards

Andrew "Andy" John David Keen (born 1969) is a Canadian documentary filmmaker. In addition to making the JUNO Award-winning Escarpment Blues, Keen made the Gemini Award-nominated documentary Seven Painters, Seven Places and Know Your Mushroom. In the summer of 2011, Keen directed and produced the feature documentary Bobcaygeon (2012) about Canadian rock giants The Tragically Hip and their riotous concert in Bobcaygeon. Shawn Marino has previously won a JUNO Award for his work with the team that produced The Tragically Hip's Hipeponymous DVD, and has been nominated for Hedley's Try This At Home DVD. Bernie Breen started his career in music 25 years ago. He has handled the careers of many talented artists. Today, Bernie is successfully supporting and developing some of the most talented individuals in the country. His current roster includes The Tragically Hip (co-managed with Patrick Sambrook), Matthew Good, actor/musician Hugh Dillon, producer Colin Cripps, and newcomers Gentlemen Husbands. Patrick Sambrook is the President and Founder of Eggplant Entertainment, one of Canada's premier artist management companies. Mr. Sambrook manages the careers of award-winning recording artists Sarah Harmer, Kathleen Edwards, Arkells, and co-manages The Tragically Hip with Bernie Breen.