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2020 CANADIAN ACADEMY WINNERS

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization that was created in 1979.  Its mandate is governed by the core values of Integrity, Diversity, Excellence, and Authenticity.  The Canadian Academy’s vision is to inspire creativity, develop talent, and celebrate the best in Canadian visual storytelling. The Canadian Academy announces 2020 award winners including Killjoys, How to buy a baby, Save Me, East to the Rockies, Murdoch Mysteries, Private Eyes, Baronness Von Sketch Show, Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey, Anne with an E, Schitt’s Creek, Cardinal, Murmur, Antigone, And the Birds Rained Down, Menteur, Pick, Giant Bear, The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open, The Song of Names and Goalie.

 


 

2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

JOHN DUNNING BEST FIRST FEATURE FILM AWARD | PRIX DU MEILLEUR PREMIER FILM JOHN DUNNING

Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Murmur – Heather Young

Black Conflux – Nicole Dorsey

Mad Dog Labine – Jonathan Beaulieu-Cyr, Renaud Lessard

Sympathy for the Devil | Sympathie pour le diable – Guillaume De Fontenay

The Twentieth Century – Matthew Rankin


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE | INTERPRÉTATION FÉMININE DANS UN RÔLE DE SOUTIEN

Antigone (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Nour Belkhiria – Antigone

Leanna Chea – 14 Days, 12 Nights | 14 jours, 12 nuits

Larissa Corriveau – Ghost Town Anthology | Répertoire des villes disparues

Alison Midstokke – Happy Face

Yamie Grégoire – Kuessipan


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE | INTERPRÉTATION MASCULINE DANS UN RÔLE DE SOUTIEN

Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Rémy Girard – And the Birds Rained Down | Il pleuvait des oiseaux

Matt Johnson – Anne at 13,000 ft

Andy McQueen – Disappearance at Clifton Hill

Daniel Stern – James vs His Future Self

Douglas Grégoire – Kuessipan


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

GOLDEN SCREEN AWARD FOR FEATURE FILM | PRIX ÉCRAN D’OR POUR UN LONG MÉTRAGE

Menteur (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Compulsive Liar | Menteur – Denise Robert, Emile Gaudreault

 


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT DRAMA | MEILLEUR COURT MÉTRAGE DE FICTION

Hazel Downey in Pick (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Pick – Alicia K. Harris, Rebeca Ortiz, Venessa Harris

Forêt Noire – Jean-Marc E. Roy, Philippe David Gagné, Julie Groleau

Juste moi et toi – Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers, Johannie Deschambault, Christine Falco

Kinship – Jorge Camarotti

Mon Boy – Sarah Pellerin, Fanny-Laure Malo, Annie-Claude Quirion


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST ANIMATED SHORT | MEILLEUR COURT MÉTRAGE D’ANIMATION

Docking – Trevor Anderson, Alyson Richards

Giant Bear | ᓇᓄᕐᓗᒃ – Monica Ittusardjuat, Neil Christopher, Daniel Gies, Emily Paige

Pinch – Diego Maclean

Shannon Amen – Chris Dainty, Maral Mohammadian, Michael Fukushima

Uncle Thomas: Accounting for the Days – Regina Pessoa, Abi Feijó, Julie Roy, Reginald de Guillebon


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN EDITING | MEILLEUR MONTAGE

Antigone (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Geoffrey Boulangé, Sophie Deraspe – Antigone

Wiebke von Carolsfeld – An Audience of Chairs

Cam McLauchlin – Disappearance at Clifton Hill

Simone Smith – Goalie

Lara Johnston – Mouthpiece


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY | MEILLEURES IMAGES

Kathleen Hepburn, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, and Violet Nelson in The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Norm Li – The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Josée Deshaies – A Brother’s Love | La femme de mon frère

Greg Middleton – American Woman

Catherine Lutes – Disappearance at Clifton Hill

Brendan Steacy – Lucky Day


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION / PRODUCTION DESIGN | MEILLEURE DIRECTION ARTISTIQUE

Jennifer Morden, Danny Haeberlin – Riot Girls

Chris Crane – Run This Town

Marian Wihak, Svjetlana Jaklenec – Stand!

François Séguin – The Song of Names

Dany Boivin – The Twentieth Century


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN | MEILLEURS COSTUMES

Patricia McNeil – A Brother’s Love | La femme de mon frère

Marissa Schwartz, Mara Zigler – American Woman

Caroline Poirier – And the Birds Rained Down | Il pleuvait des oiseaux

Anne Dixon – The Song of Names

Patricia McNeil – The Twentieth Century


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN HAIR | MEILLEURES COIFFURES

Peggy Kyriakidou – American Woman

Dann Campbell – Riot Girls

Nathan Rival – The Kindness of Strangers

Michelle Coté – The Song of Names

Nermin Grbic – The Twentieth Century


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP | MEILLEURS MAQUILLAGES

Sponsored by | Commanditaire par CMU College of Makeup Art & Design

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Winner – Fanny Vachon – The Song of Names

Candice Ornstein – American Woman

Randy Daudlin – Goalie

Brandi Boulet, Chris Bridges – Riot Girls

Emily O’Quinn, Steve Newburn, Neil Morrill – Run This Town


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

Achievement in Visual Effects | Meilleurs effets visuels

Sponsored by | Commanditaire par SPINVFX

Sam Javanrouh, Helen Thach – Astronaut

Adam Jewett, Steve Ramone, Michelle Brennen, Tim Sibley, Aneesh Bhatnager, Saikrishna (Sai) Aleti, Peter Giliberti, Alex Basso, Arminus Billones, Marshall Lau – Brotherhood

Steven Sangster – Road to the Lemon Grove

Benoît Brière, Kinga Sabela – Sympathy for the Devil | Sympathie pour le diable

Marc-Antoine Rousseau, Alain Lachance, Jean-Pierre Riverin – The Song of Names


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

Achievement in Sound Editing | Meilleur montage sonore

Tim Roth in The Song of Names (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Francine Poirier, Claude Beaugrand, Michel B. Bordeleau, Raymond Legault, Lise Wedlock,Natalie Fleurant – The Song of Names

Paul Germann, Claire Dobson, John Sievert, Jason Charbonneau, Randy Wilson – Disappearance at Clifton Hill

Krystin Hunter, Brent Pickett, Paul Germann, Goro Koyama, Sandra Fox – Goalie

Dashen Naidoo, Tyler Whitham, Stephen Barden, Scott Donald, Nelson Ferreira – Lucky Day

Nelson Ferreira, Dashen Naidoo, J.R. Fountain, Dustin Harris – Run This Town


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN OVERALL SOUND | MEILLEUR SON D’ENSEMBLE

Sponsored by | Commanditaire par Eggplant Picture & Sound

Tim Roth in The Song of Names (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Claude La Haye, Bernard Gariépy Strobl, Mark Appleby, Daniel Bisson – The Song of Names

Jean Camden, Sylvain Bellemare, Bernard Gariépy Strobl, Stéphane Larivière, Jocelyn Caron – And the Birds Rained Down | Il pleuvait des oiseaux

Stéphane Bergeron, Frédéric Cloutier – Antigone

David Ottier, Matt Chan, Graham Rogers – Goalie

Gavin Fernandes, Normand Lapierre – Jouliks


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC – ORIGINAL SCORE | MEILLEURE MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Tim Roth in The Song of Names (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Howard Shore – The Song of Names

Ian LeFeuvre, Stephen Krecklo – James vs His Future Self

Robert Carli – Lie Exposed

Peter Chapman – Riot Girls

Andrew Lockington – The Kindness of Strangers


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN MUSIC – ORIGINAL SONG | MEILLEURE CHANSON ORIGINALE

Tim Roth in The Song of Names (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Howard Shore – The Song of Names – “The Song of Names (Cantor Prayer)”

Bramwell Tovey, Richard Bell – Brotherhood – “I’ve Got a Big One”

Ian LeFeuvre – James vs His Future Self – “Travel Through”

Peter Chapman, Leslie Seaforth (More Or Les) – Riot Girls – “We Run The World”

 


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY | MEILLEURE ADAPTATION

Antigone (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Sophie Deraspe – Antigone

Louise Archambault – And the Birds Rained Down | Il pleuvait des oiseaux

Denis Côté – Ghost Town Anthology | Répertoire des villes disparues

Myriam Verreault, Naomi Fontaine – Kuessipan

Guillaume De Fontenay, Guillaume Vigneault, Jean Barbe – Sympathy for the Devil | Sympathie pour le diable


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY | MEILLEUR SCENARIO ORIGINAL

Kathleen Hepburn, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, and Violet Nelson in The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Kathleen Hepburn, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers – The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Jonas Chernick, Jeremy LaLonde – James vs His Future Self

Anne Émond – Jeune Juliette

Matthew Rankin – The Twentieth Century

Yonah Lewis, Calvin Thomas – White Lie


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTION | MEILLEURE RÉALISATION

Kathleen Hepburn, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, and Violet Nelson in The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, Kathleen Hepburn – The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Kazik Radwanski – Anne at 13,000 ft

Sophie Deraspe – Antigone

Matthew Rankin – The Twentieth Century

Yonah Lewis, Calvin Thomas – White Lie


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE | INTERPRÉTATION MASCULINE DANS UN PREMIER RÔLE

Kevin Pollak, Mark O'Brien, and Georgina Reilly in Goalie (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Mark O’Brien – Goalie

Gilbert Sicotte – And the Birds Rained Down | Il pleuvait des oiseaux

Ryan McDonald – Black Conflux

Marc-André Grondin – Mafia Inc.

Dan Beirne – The Twentieth Century


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE | INTERPRÉTATION FÉMININE DANS UN PREMIER RÔLE

Antigone (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Nahéma Ricci – Antigone

Deragh Campbell – Anne at 13,000 ft

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers – The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Violet Nelson – The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Kacey Rohl – White Lie


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST MOTION PICTURE | MEILLEUR FILM

Antigone (2019) Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Antigone – Marc Daigle

Anne at 13,000 ft – Dan Montgomery, Kazik Radwanski

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open – Tyler Hagan, Lori Lozinski

The Twentieth Century – Ménaïc Raoul, Gabrielle Tougas-Fréchette

White Lie – Karen Harnisch, Yonah Lewis, Calvin Thomas, Katie Bird Nolan, Lindsay Tapscott


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST GUEST PERFORMANCE, DRAMA SERIES

Anne with an E Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Anne With An E – What Can Stop the Determined Heart CBC (CBC) (Northwood Anne Trois Inc) Dalmar Abuzeid

Cardinal – Helen
CTV (Bell Media)
(Sienna Films)
Stephen Ouimette

Cardinal – Jack
CTV (Bell Media)
(Sienna Films)
Rya Kihlstedt

Mary Kills People – No Happy Endings Here
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Cameron Pictures)
Deborah Grover

Mary Kills People – Wolf, Meet Henhouse / A Goddamned Saint
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Cameron Pictures)
David Fox


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST GUEST PERFORMANCE, COMEDY

Kim's Convenience Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Kim’s Convenience – Hit & Fun CBC (CBC) (Thunderbird Entertainment) Amanda Brugel

The Beaverton – The Beaverton Ruins Your Holiday Special
CTV (Bell Media)
(Pier 21 Films)
Scott Thompson

Jann – Major Party Foul
CTV (Bell Media)
(Project 10, Seven24 Films)
Rick Mercer

Workin’ Moms – Girl’s Trip
CBC (CBC)
(Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment)
Dan Aykroyd

Workin’ Moms – What’s It Gonna Be
CBC (CBC)
(Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment)
Wendy Crewson


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DRAMA

Cardinal Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Cardinal CTV (Bell Media) (Sienna Films) Kristen Thomson

Forgive Me
Super Channel / OUTtv (Allarco Entertainment / OUTtv)
(Penitent Pictures, Emotion Pictures Inc)
Karen Robinson

Killjoys
Space (Bell Media)
(Temple Street)
Kelly McCormack

Mary Kills People
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Cameron Pictures)
Elizabeth Saunders

Street Legal
CBC (CBC)
(IGP Productions Ltd.)
Rosemary Dunsmore


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, DRAMA

Killjoys Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Killjoys Space (Bell Media) (Temple Street) Thom Allison

Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
Showcase (Corus Entertainment)
(Cineflix (Believe Me) Inc.)
Rossif Sutherland

Daughter of the Wolf
Rogers on Demand (Rogers Media)
(Minds Eye Entertainment / Falconer Pictures)
Brendan Fehr

Diggstown
CBC (CBC)
(Circle Blue Films)
Brandon Oakes

Forgive Me
Super Channel / OUTtv (Allarco Entertainment / OUTtv)
(Penitent Pictures, Emotion Pictures Inc)
Hugh Thompson

 


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, COMEDY

 

Schitt's Creek Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Schitt’s Creek CBC (CBC) (Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.) Emily Hampshire

Kim’s Convenience
CBC (CBC)
(Thunderbird Entertainment)
Nicole Power

Little Dog
CBC (CBC)
(Cameron Pictures)
Mary Walsh

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Jennifer Robertson

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Sarah Levy


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, COMEDY

Kim's Convenience Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Kim’s Convenience CBC (CBC) (Thunderbird Entertainment) Andrew Phung

Letterkenny

Crave (Bell Media)
(New Metric Media)
Mark Forward

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Chris Elliott

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Dustin Milligan

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Noah Reid


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST SUPPORTING PERFORMANCE, WEB PROGRAM OR SERIES

Presented with the participation of the Independent Production Fund

How to buy a baby Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – How to Buy a Baby (LoCo Motion Pictures Inc.) Emma Hunter

Hospital Show
(BullRush Pictures Inc., Hospital Show Pictures Ltd.)
Adam Greydon Reid

How to Buy a Baby
(LoCo Motion Pictures Inc.)
Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll

Ming’s Dynasty
(HeydSaffer)
Julian De Zotti

Running With Violet
(She Said Films)
Andrea Bang

Save Me
(iThentic)
Amy Matysio

Talent Drivers
(Frantic Films)
Julian Richings

Tokens
(A Token Entertainment Company)
Jessica Greco


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LEAD PERFORMANCE, WEB PROGRAM OR SERIES

Presented with the participation of the Independent Production Fund

save me Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Save Me (iThentic) Emily Hampshire

The 410
(Mad Ruk Entertainment)
Supinder Wraich

Deep Six
(Space Mop)
Michelle Morgan

Hospital Show
(BullRush Pictures Inc., Hospital Show Pictures Ltd.)
Sara Canning

How to Buy a Baby
(LoCo Motion Pictures Inc.)
Marc Bendavid

Running With Violet
(She Said Films)
Amy Matysio

Save Me
(iThentic)
Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll

Tokens
(A Token Entertainment Company)
Connie Wang


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST WEB PROGRAM OR SERIES, FICTION

Presented with the participation of the Independent Production Fund

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Winner – Save Me (iThentic) Fab Filippo, Jonas Diamond, Lisa Baylin

The 410
(Mad Ruk Entertainment)
Matt Power, Supinder Wraich

Detention Adventure
(LoCo Motion Pictures Inc.)
Lauren Corber, Ryan West, Joe Kicak, Carmen Albano, Karen Moore

How to Buy a Baby
(LoCo Motion Pictures Inc.)
Lauren Corber, Wendy Litner

Ming’s Dynasty
(HeydSaffer)
Antony Hall, Calwyn Shurgold, Julian De Zotti, Kevin Saffer, Mike Peterson


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST VIDEO GAME NARRATIVE

Presented with the participation of the Independent Production Fund

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Winner – East of the Rockies (Jam3, National Film Board of Canada) Joy Kogawa, Rob McLaughlin, Jason Legge, Dirk van Ginkel

Lightbearer
(Compulsion Games)
Alex Epstein, Mark Slutsky, Lisa Hunter

Roger & James in They Came From Below
(Compulsion Games)
Alex Epstein, Lisa Hunter, Mark Slutsky


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LEAD PERFORMANCE, TV MOVIE

nowhere to be found Canadian Academy Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television Non-profit organization Image result for about the academy of cinema & television academy.ca DescriptionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a Canadian non-profit organization created in 1979 to recognize the achievements of the over 4,000 Canadian film industry and television industry professionals, most notably through the Canadian Screen Awards. Wikipedia Founded: 1979 Headquarters location: Toronto Membership: 4000 Type of business: Film organization
Winner – Nowhere To Be Found (Rogers/Telus/Shaw) (Nowhere To Be Found Productions Inc.) Kate Drummond

A Christmas Carol: The Family Musical with a Scrooge Loose!
CBC / Family Channel (CBC / DHX Media)
(Ross Petty Productions, Smiley Guy Studios)
Dan Chameroy

Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
Showcase (Corus Entertainment)
(Cineflix (Believe Me) Inc.)
Katie Douglas

Mean Queen
Crave (Bell Media)
(Incendo)
Allie MacDonald

 


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LEAD ACTRESS, DRAMA SERIES

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Winner – Cardinal CTV (Bell Media) (Sienna Films) Karine Vanasse

Anne With An E
CBC (CBC)
(Northwood Anne Trois Inc)
Amybeth McNulty

Coroner
CBC (CBC)
(Muse Entertainment, Back Alley Films, Cineflix Studios)
Serinda Swan

Frankie Drake Mysteries
CBC (CBC)
(Shaftesbury)
Lauren Lee Smith

Mary Kills People
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Cameron Pictures)
Caroline Dhavernas


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LEAD ACTOR, DRAMA SERIES

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Winner – Cardinal CTV (Bell Media) (Sienna Films) Billy Campbell

Burden of Truth
CBC (CBC)
(ICF Films)
Peter Mooney

Carter
CTV Drama Channel (Bell Media)
(Amaze Film + Television)
Jerry O’Connell

Coroner
CBC (CBC)
(Muse Entertainment, Back Alley Films, Cineflix Studios)
Roger Cross

Unspeakable
CBC (CBC)
(4H Productions Inc)
Shawn Doyle


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LEAD ACTRESS, COMEDY

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Winner – Schitt’s Creek CBC (CBC) (Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.) Catherine O’Hara

Jann
CTV (Bell Media)
(Project 10, Seven24 Films)
Jann Arden

Kim’s Convenience
CBC (CBC)
(Thunderbird Entertainment)
Jean Yoon

Letterkenny
Crave (Bell Media)
(New Metric Media)
Michelle Mylett

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Annie Murphy

 


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST LEAD ACTOR, COMEDY

schitt's creek
Winner – Schitt’s Creek CBC (CBC) (Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.) Eugene Levy

Kim’s Convenience
CBC (CBC)
(Thunderbird Entertainment)
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee

Letterkenny
Crave (Bell Media)
(New Metric Media)
Jared Keeso

Private Eyes
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Piller/Segan)
Jason Priestley

Schitt’s Creek
CBC (CBC)
(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)
Daniel Levy


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

GOLDEN SCREEN AWARD FOR TV DRAMA OR COMEDY

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Murdoch Mysteries
CBC (CBC)
(Shaftesbury)
Christina Jennings, Scott Garvie, Peter Mitchell, Yannick Bisson, Julie Lacey

Private Eyes
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Piller/Segan)
Lloyd Segan, Shawn Piller, Jocelyn Hamilton, Tecca Crosby, Jason Priestley, Alan McCullough


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST SKETCH COMEDY SHOW & ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE

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Winner – Baroness Von Sketch Show CBC (CBC) (Frantic Films) Jamie Brown, Carolyn Taylor, Meredith MacNeill, Aurora Browne, Jennifer Whalen, Graham Ludlow, Jeff Peeler

The Beaverton
CTV (Bell Media)
(Pier 21 Films)
Laszlo Barna, Melissa Williamson, Jeff Detsky, Luke Gordon Field, Nicole Butler, Jocelyn Geddie, Scott Montgomery, Emma Hunter, Miguel Rivas

TallBoyz
CBC (CBC)
(Accent Entertainment Corporation)
Bruce McCulloch, Susan Cavan, Paula J. Smith, Guled Abdi, Vance Banzo, Tim Blair, Franco Nguyen

This Hour Has 22 Minutes
CBC (CBC)
(DHX-Hour Productions (NS) XXVI Inc.)
Michael Donovan, Peter McBain, Mark Gosine, Ann Loi, Jenipher Ritchie


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST TV MOVIE

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Winner – Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey Showcase (Corus Entertainment) (Cineflix (Believe Me) Inc.) Jeff Vanderwal, Charles Tremayne, Sherri Rufh, Kim Bondi

#Roxy
Super Channel (Allarco Entertainment)
(Mosaic Entertainment)
Camille Beaudoin, Eric Rebalkin

Claws of the Red Dragon (China’s Truth)
NTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television (Canada))
(2600641 Ontario Inc (New Realm Studios))
Kevin Yang, Sophia Sun, Joe Wang, Joel Etienne

Daughter of the Wolf
Rogers on Demand (Rogers Media)
(Minds Eye Entertainment / Falconer Pictures)
Kevin DeWalt, Douglas Falconer, Benjamin DeWalt, Danielle Masters

Nowhere To Be Found
(Rogers/Telus/Shaw)
(Nowhere To Be Found Productions Inc.)
Paolo Mancini, Thomas Michael


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST COMEDY SERIES

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Winner – Schitt’s Creek CBC (CBC) (Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.) Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, Andrew Barnsley, Fred Levy, David West Read, Ben Feigin, Michael Short, Rupinder Gill, Colin Brunton

Jann
CTV (Bell Media)
(Project 10, Seven24 Films)
Jann Arden, Leah Gauthier, Jennica Harper, Andrew Barnsley, Ben Murray, Jordy Randall, Tom Cox, Randy Lennox, Brian Dennis

Kim’s Convenience
CBC (CBC)
(Thunderbird Entertainment)
Ivan Fecan, Ins Choi, Kevin White, Alex Raffé, Anita Kapila, Matt Kippen, Kurt Smeaton, Sandra Cunningham

Letterkenny
Crave (Bell Media)
(New Metric Media)
Jared Keeso, Jacob Tierney, Mark Montefiore, Kara Haflidson

Workin’ Moms
CBC (CBC)
(Wolf + Rabbit Entertainment)
Catherine Reitman, Philip Sternberg, Tina Horwitz, Jillian Locke, Jonathan Walker


2020 Canadian Academy Award Winners

BEST DRAMA SERIES

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Winner – Cardinal CTV (Bell Media) (Sienna Films) Jennifer Kawaja, Julia Sereny, Patrick Tarr, Daniel Grou, Jocelyn Hamilton, Armand Leo

Anne With An E
CBC (CBC)
(Northwood Anne Trois Inc)
Miranda de Pencier, Moira Walley-Beckett

Coroner
CBC (CBC)
(Muse Entertainment, Back Alley Films, Cineflix Studios)
Adrienne Mitchell, Morwyn Brebner, Jonas Prupas, Peter Emerson, Brett Burlock

Mary Kills People
Global (Corus Entertainment)
(Cameron Pictures)
Jocelyn Hamilton, Amy Cameron, Tassie Cameron, Marsha Greene, Tecca Crosby

Vikings
History (Corus Entertainment)
(Take 5 Productions Inc.)
Sheila Hockin, John Weber, Michael Hirst, Morgan O’Sullivan, James Flynn, Alan Gasmer, Sherry Marsh, Bill Goddard

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