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Genie Awards 2010 Winners

The 30th Annual Genie Awards have concluded and the 2010 Genie Award Winners have been announced. The “Genie Awards are given out to recognize the best of Canadian cinema by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.” You will find a full listing of this year’s Genie Awards winners below.

Best Motion Picture


Achievement in Direction

Denis Villeneuve (Polytechnique)

Original Screenplay

Jacques Davidts (Polytechnique)

Adapted Screenplay

Kari Skogland (Fifty Dead Men Walking)

Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

Joshua Jackson (One Week)

Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Karine Vanasse (Polytechnique)

Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role:

Maxim Gaudette (Polytechnique)

Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

Martha Burns (Love & Savagery)

Achievement in Art Direction/Production Design

Eve Stewart (Fifty Dead Man Walking)

Achievement in Cinematography

Pierre Gill (Polytechnique)

Achievement in Costume Design

Atuat Akittirq (Before Tomorrow)

Achievement in Make-Up

Djina Caron, André Duval (Grande Ourse: la clédes possibles)

Achievement in Editing

Richard Comeau (Polytechnique)

Achievement in Music – Original Score

Normand Corbeil (Grande Ourse: laclé des possibles)

Achievement in Music – Original Song

Nurse.Fighter.Boy (Oh Love by John Welsman, Cherie Camp)

Achievement in Overall Sound

Stéphane Bergeron, Pierre Blain, Jo Caron, Benoît Leduc (Polytechnique)

Achievement in Sound Editing

Claude Beaugrand, Guy Francoeur, Carole Gagnon, Christian Rives (Polytechnique)

Best Feature Length Documentary

A Hard Name (Kristina McLaughlin, Michael McMahon, Alan Zweig)

Best Short Documentary

The Delian Mode (Kara Blake, Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre)

Best Live Action Short Drama

Danse Macabre (Pedro Pires, Catherine Chagnon)

Best Animated Short

Runaway (Cordell Barker, Derek Mazur, Michael Scott)

Golden Reel Award

Father and Guns (De père en flic)

Claude-Jutra Award

I Killed My Mother (Xavier Dolan)

Academy Achievement Award

Mel Hoppenheim

Source: Newswire


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