Strathmore is known for many things, but "Emmy award winning town" usually isn't one of them. However, that may change with a new nomination!
Andrew Garfield has been nominated for an Emmy for his role in the seven-episode limited FX series "Under the Banner of Heaven" that was filmed in southern Alberta in 2021.
TV crews came down to Strathmore last year for a day to film at the former Leroy's Motor Inn. The show was filmed all across southern Alberta, with scenes also being shot in Calgary, Didsbury and Carstairs.
It won't be easy for Garfield to take the award though; he has some serious competition.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
- Andrew Garfield 'Under the Banner of Heaven'
- Colin Firth 'The Staircase'
- Oscar Isaac 'Scenes from a Marriage'
- Michael Keaton 'Dopesick'
- Himesh Patel 'Station Eleven'
- Sebastian Stan 'Pam & Tommy'
The series is based on the best-selling novel by Jon Krakauer based on a true story set in Utah and Alberta involving a two brutal murders.
It was originally broadcast on Hulu but is also available on Disney+. We'll find out if he's taking the award home on September 12.
The Emmys will be broadcast on NBC at 6:00 p.m. MT.