2014 Canadian Screen Awards Gala Winners Announced

By CFC Staff March 06, 2014 11:30


The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announced the rest of the Canadian Screen Awards recipients on March 9, 2014 during the CBC Broadcast Gala.

"Orphan Black" picked up another two awards for Best Dramatic Series and Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role. Three previously announced Academy Special Awards were also presented tonight to The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, whereby producer and friend of CFC Don Carmody picked up the Cineplex Golden Reel Award; Ex-Officio of the CFC board David Cronenberg received the Lifetime Achievement Award; and Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais received the Claude Jutra Award for Best First Feature Film sponsored by Telefilm Canada.

Bell Media Award for Best Comedy Program or Series
"Call Me Fitz"
Dennis Heaton ('98)

Shaw Media Award for Best Dramatic Series
"Orphan Black"
Graeme Manson ('95), John Fawcett ('92), and Karen
Walton ('96)

Achievement in Editing
Enemy Matthew Hannam ('05)

Original Screenplay
Empire of Dirt Shannon Masters ('05)

Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary
Watermark Nicholas de Pencier ('97)

For the full list of winners from this gala, CLICK HERE.

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announced the recipients Canadian Screen Awards in Drama, Children's or Youth, Comedy and Variety categories on March 5, 2014.

The hit television show "Orphan Black" recieved 8 awards last night while four previously announced Academy Special Awards were also presented tonight to CTV News' iGateway for Outstanding Technical Achievement Award; Semi Chellas ('94) for the Margaret Collier Award sponsored by Halfire Entertainment; Colm Feore for the Earle Grey Award; and Ted Kotcheff for the Academy Board of Directors' Tribute.

CFC congratulates all the alumni and program participant winners:

Best Direction in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
"The Phantoms"
Sudz Sutherland (Tribeca All Access Participant)

Best Children's or Youth Fiction Program or Series
"Degrassi"
Sarah Glinski ('04)

Best Direction in a Dramatic Series
"Orphan Black" - Endless Forms Most Beautiful John Fawcett ('92)

Best Writing in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
"Borealis"
Andrew Rai Berzins ('93), Andrew Wreggitt

Best Writing in a Dramatic Series
"Orphan Black" - Natural Selection Graeme Manson ('95)

For a full list of the winners from this gala, CLICK HERE.

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announced the recipients of Canadian Screen Awards in News & Sports, Documentary, Lifestyle, Reality and Digital Media on March 4.

CFC congratulates all the alumni and program participant winners:

Best Cross-Platform Project – Children's and Youth
"The Next Step Interactive"
James Milward ('05)

Best Cross-Platform Project – Fiction
"Continuum Interactive"
James Milward ('05)

Best Cross-Platform Project – Non-Fiction
"The Amazing Race Canada Interactive"
CJ Hervey ('04), James Milward ('05)

Best Original Interactive Production Produced for Digital Media
"Ruby Skye P.I."
Jill Golick ('95), Kelly Harms ('06)

For a full list of the winners from this gala, CLICK HERE.

For a full list of participants and alumni who have been nominated for Canadian Screen Awards, CLICK HERE.


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