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‘Mommy,’ ‘Orphan Black,’ John Cusack Win 2015 Canadian Screen Awards

'Mommy,' 'Orphan Black,' John Cusack Win 2015 Canadian Screen Awards

Xavier Dolan’s “Mommy,” left off the shortlist of contenders for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars, dominated Sunday’s Canadian Screen Awards, winning nine—including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay (Dolan), and Best Actress (Anne Dorval).

Other honorees included John Cusack, who won Best Supporting Actor for his role as a celebrity self-help guru in David Cronenberg’s Hollywood freak show, “Maps to the Stars”; “Maps” composer Howard Shore; and the high concept disaster film “Pompeii,” a German-Canadian co-production awarded five prizes in technical categories, including Best Visual Effects. On the television side, cult hit and critics’ darling “Orphan Black”—which returns to BBC America for a third season April 18—took home Best Drama and Best Actress (Drama) for Emmy long shot Tatiana Maslany. The full list of film winners is below:

Best Motion Picture | Meilleur film
“Mommy” – Xavier Dolan, Nancy Grant
 

Achievement in Art Direction / Production Design | Meilleure direction artistique
Paul Austerberry, Nigel Churcher – “Pompeii”
 
Achievement in Cinematography | Meilleures images
André Turpin – “Mommy”

Achievement in Costume Design | Meilleurs costumes
Wendy Partridge – “Pompeii”
 
Achievement in Direction | Meilleure réalisation
Xavier Dolan – “Mommy”
 
Achievement in Editing | Meilleur montage
Xavier Dolan – “Mommy”
 
Achievement in Make-Up | Meilleurs maquillages
Maïna Militza, Michelle Côté, Colette Martel – “Mommy”
 

Achievement in Music – Original Score | Meilleure musique originale
Howard Shore – “Maps To The Stars”

Achievement in Music – Original Song | Meilleure chanson originale
Manjeet Ral, Parmjit Sarai – “Dr. Cabbie” – “Dal Makhani”

Achievement in Overall Sound | Meilleur son d’ensemble
Greg Chapman, Peter Persaud, Andrew Stirk, Andrew Tay, Mark Zsifkovits – “Pompeii”
 

Achievement in Sound Editing | Meilleur montage sonore
Steve Baine, Kevin Banks, Stephen Barden, Fred Brennan, Alex Bullick, J.R. Fountain, Kevin Howard, Jon Mooney, Jill Purdy – “Pompeii”
 

Achievement in Visual Effects | Meilleurs effets visuels
Keith Acheson, Dennis Berardi, Ayo Burgess,
Naomi Foakes, Jo Hughes, Chris MacLean, Mohsen Mousavi, Scott Riopelle,
Andy Robinson, Eric Robinson – “Pompeii”
 

Adapted Screenplay | Meilleure adaptation
Nicolas Billon – “Elephant Song”

Best Animated Short | Meilleur court métrage d’animation
“Me and My Moulton” – Lise Fearnley, Torill Kove, Marcy Page

Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Documentary | Meilleures images dans un long métrage documentaire
Patrick McLaughlin – “Everything Will Be”

Best Editing in a Feature Length Documentary | Meilleur montage dans un long métrage documentaire
Reginald Harkema, Alex Shuper – “Super Duper Alice Cooper”

Best Live Action Short Drama | Meilleur court métrage dramatique
“Hole” – Martin Edralin, Laura Perlmutter, Andrew Nicholas McCann Smith

Best Short Documentary | Meilleur court métrage documentaire
“Jutra” – Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre, Marc Bertrand, René Chénier
 

Original Screenplay | Meilleur scénario
Xavier Dolan – “Mommy”

Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role | Interprétation masculine dans un premier role
Antoine Olivier Pilon – “Mommy”
 

Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role | Interprétation masculine dans un rôle de soutien
John Cusack – “Maps To The Stars”

Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role | Interprétation féminine dans un premier rôle
Anne Dorval – “Mommy”
 

Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role | Interprétation féminine dans un rôle de soutien
Suzanne Clément – “Mommy”
 

Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary Award | Meilleur long métrage documentaire Ted Rogers
“Super Duper Alice Cooper” – Sam Dunn, Reginald Harkema, Scot McFadyen

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