Monday, March 4, 2013

2013 Canadian Screen Awards: Winners


The inaugural edition of the Canadian Screen Awards, a merging of two awards ceremonies formerly known as the Genie Awards (film) and the Gemini Awards (television), were held Sunday, March 3 at Toronto's Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.

Kim Nguyen's internationally acclaimed drama Rebelle swept the film section of the ceremony, taking home 10 awards including Best Motion Picture, from its 12 nominations.

Read on for the full list of 2013 Canadian Screen Awards (Film) winners:

Motion Picture
Direction
Actor in a Leading Role
  • James Cromwell in Still Mine
  • Patrick Drolet in Tout ce que tu possèdes
  • Marc-André Grondin in L'Affaire Dumont
  • David Morse in Collaborator
  • Melvil Poupaud in Laurence Anyways
Actress in a Leading Role
Actor in a Supporting Role
Actress in a Supporting Role
  • Seema Biswas in Midnight's Children
  • Fefe Dobson in Home Again
  • Alice Morel Michaud in Les Pee Wee 3D
  • Gabrielle Miller in Moving Day
  • Sabrina Ouazani in Inch'Allah
Original Screenplay
Adapted Screenplay
  • Cosmopolis writer David Cronenberg
  • Goon writers Jay Baruchel, Evan Goldberg
  • The Lesser Blessed writer Anita Doron
  • Mars et Avril writer Martin Villeneuve
  • Midnight's Children writer Salman Rushdie
Feature Length Documentary
Short Documentary
  • The Boxing Girls of Kabul - Annette Clarke, Ariel Nasr
  • The Fuse: Or How I Burned Simon Bolivar - Igor Drljaca
  • Keep a Modest Head - Deco Dawson, Catherine Chagnon
  • Let the Daylight Into the Swamp - Anita Lee, Jeffrey St. Jules
  • Three Walls - Zaheed Mawani, Andrea Bussman
Live Action Short
  • Chef de Meute - Fanny-Laure Malo, Sarah Pellerin, Chloé Robichaud
  • Frost - Lauren Grant, Jeremy Ball, Robert Munroe
  • Le future proche - Sophie Goyette
  • Première neige - Michaël Lalancette
  • Throat Song - Miranda de Pencier, Stacey Aglok MacDonald
Animated Short
  • Bydlo - Julie Roy, Patrick Bouchard
  • Demoni - Theodore Ushev
  • Edmond Was a Donkey - Richard Van Den Boom, Franck Dion, Julie Roy
  • Paula - Julie Roy, Dominic Étienne Simard
Art Direction and Production Design
Cinematography
Costume Design
Editing
Overall Sound
Sound Editing
Original Score
Original Song
Makeup
Visual Effects
  • Mars et Avril - Carlos Monzon, Martin Belleau, Dominic Daigle, Nathalie Dupont, Gaël Hollard, Benoît Ladouceur, Viviane Levesque Bouchard, Jérémie Lodomez, Anie Normandin, Alexandra Vaillancourt
  • Midnight's Children - Ralph Maiers, Debora Dunphy, John Fukushima, Patrick Kavanaugh, Bill Martin, Chris Philips, Jeremy Price, Kenton Rannie, Lauren Weidel
  • Rebelle - Ève Brunet, Marc Morissette, Alexandra Vaillancourt
  • Resident Evil: Retribution - Dennis Berardi, Jason Edwardh, Matt Glover, Trey Harrell, Leann Harvey, Jo Hughes, Ethan Lee, Scott Riopelle, Eric Robinson, Kyle Yoneda
  • Silent Hill: Revelations 3D - Dennis Berardi, Keith Acheson, Michael Borrett, Wilson Cameron, Michael DiCarlo, Tom Nagy, Britton Plewes, Scott Riopelle, Matt Whelan, Wojciech Zielinski
Claude Jutra Award (Best Debut Film)
  • Blackbird directed by Jason Buxton
Golden Reel Award (Highest Box Office Gross)
  • Resident Evil: Retribution directed by Paul W.S. Anderson
Further details available at the official Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television website.

8 comments:

Bonjour Tristesse said...

This post is another reminder that I need to seek out more Canadian cinema. Hopefully get to see L Anyways on dvd in March. I have booked a ticket for a screening of Stories We Tell, look forward to that.

Bonjour Tristesse said...

Wow, big night for Rebelle (or War Witch). I haven't seen it but its really left great impressions across the globe. Great coverage!

Bonjour Tristesse said...

Yep, lots of interesting films being made here right now. When's the screening? I'll be looking out for your review. I'm almost certain you'll love it.

Bonjour Tristesse said...

Yeah huge night, but it comes as no real surprise after racking up acclaim and awards all over the place. It's quite a heavy watch, but I highly recommend it if you get the chance.

Bonjour Tristesse said...

Thanks for the info especially about Rebelle!

Bonjour Tristesse said...

We haven't had Rebelle here yet, but I've been dying to see it. This is a rather impressive list of films all up though, I have to say. Looks like this might be a really good festival to follow its lists. Do they have a foreign film section, and did Argo win it? I also like that they have a highest box office gross award - it saves those sorts of films cluttering up the other awards that seems to happen some times with other award ceremonies.

Bonjour Tristesse said...

Rebelle really swept, that's cool. Kinda irks me more towards it. Also, was really not expecting to see Resident Evil anywhere on here. What a surprise

Bonjour Tristesse said...

in April, so I hope I like it as much as you did.

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