Canadian Screen Awards 2015: 3rd Annual CSA Nominations

| January 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

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The nominations for the 3rd Annual Canadian Screen Awards have been announced. The 2015 Canadian Screen Awards “are awards given annually by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television recognizing excellence in Canadian film, television, and digital media productions.”

The official press release for the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards nominations:

“Today we are very proud to reveal the nominees for the 2015 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARDS,” says Helga Stephenson, CEO, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.

“2014 was an exceptionally competitive year for Canadian film, television & digital media,” Stephenson adds. “The Academy received a record number of Canadian Screen Awards submissions, which is also a good sign for the industry.”

CSA nominations in 128 categories (24 film, 97 in television and 7 in digital media) were announced today at simultaneous press conferences in Toronto and Montreal and via live webcast on the Academy’s new FanZone website, launched today.

“Congratulations to all our 2015 Canadian Screen Awards nominees,” says Stephenson. “We’re looking forward to a great year with a brand new production team spotlighting stories about our country’s best talent in a bold new way,” she adds. Cimoroni & Company and Rick Chisholm, co-producers of this year’s Canadian Screen Awards, also produced the new 2015 CSA Trailer, launched today, that will play in both French and English on approximately 2,800 cinema screens nationwide.

The Academy’s Canadian Screen Week features ten events in seven days, beginning February 23 and culminating with the Canadian Screen Awards Broadcast on CBC, live from the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto, on March 1, 2015, at 8pm (8:30 NT).

2015 Canadian Screen Awards presenters, additional Academy Special Awards and details of Canadian Screen Week events will also be announced in the coming weeks. Please check regularly for updates:

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is a national, non-profit, professional association dedicated to the promotion, recognition and celebration of exceptional achievements in Canadian film, television and digital media. Unifying industry professionals across Canada, the Academy is a vital force representing all screen-based industries.

The Academy’s Canadian Screen Awards is the annual awards show to celebrate the best in film, television and digital media; they are part of Canadian Screen Week (February 23 – March 1, 2015) and the 2-Hour Live Broadcast Gala will air Sunday March 1 @ 8pm (8:30 NT) on CBC.

Nominations for the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards

Feature Film Nominations

Best Motion Picture | Meilleur film
Cast No Shadow – Chris Agoston, Christian Sparkes, Allison White
Fall – Mehernaz Lentin
In Her Place – Igor Drljaca, Yoon Hyun Chan, Albert Shin
Maps To The Stars – Martin Katz, Michel Merkt, Saïd Ben Saïd
Mommy – Xavier Dolan, Nancy Grant
Tu dors Nicole – Luc Déry, Kim McCraw

Achievement in Art Direction / Production Design | Meilleure direction artistique
Phillip Barker – The Captive
Xavier Georges – Cast No Shadow
William Layton – Fall
Colombe Raby – Mommy
Paul Austerberry, Nigel Churcher – Pompeii

Achievement in Costume Design | Meilleurs costumes
Valérie Levesque – 1987
Francesca Chamberland – Henri Henri
Xavier Dolan – Mommy
Wendy Partridge – Pompeii
Sarah Dunsworth – Trailer Park Boys – Don’t Legalize It

Achievement in Cinematography | Meilleures images
Norayr Kasper – Fall
Mathieu Laverdière – Henri Henri
Luc Montpellier – It Was You Charlie
Michel La Veaux – Meetings with a Young Poet
André Turpin – Mommy

Achievement in Direction | Meilleure réalisation
Atom Egoyan – The Captive
Albert Shin – In Her Place
David Cronenberg – Maps To The Stars
Xavier Dolan – Mommy
Stéphane Lafleur – Tu dors Nicole

Achievement in Editing | Meilleur montage
Greg Ng – Afflicted
Arthur Tarnowski – Henri Henri
Albert Shin – In Her Place
Ron Sanders – Maps To The Stars
Xavier Dolan – Mommy

Achievement in Make-Up | Meilleurs maquillages
Virginie Boudreau – 1987
Lizane Lasalle – Henri Henri
Colleen Quinton – Meetings with a Young Poet
Maina Militza – Mommy
Amanda O’Leary – Trailer Park Boys – Don’t Legalize It

Achievement in Music – Original Score | Meilleure musique originale
Jeffrey Morrow – Cast No Shadow
Dan Mangan, Jesse Zubot – Hector and the Search for Happiness
Patrick Lavoie – Henri Henri
Howard Shore – Maps To The Stars
Patrice Dubuc, Gaetan Gravel – Meetings with a Young Poet

Achievement in Music – Original Song | Meilleure chanson originale
Ian LeFeuvre – Dirty Singles – “The Whisper in Me”
Manjeet Ral – Dr. Cabbie – “Dal Makhani”
Lewis Furey – Love Project – “Road to Rainbow’s End”
Patric Caird, Sonya Cote – Tru Love – “Danse Elegant”
Dan Mangan – The Valley Below – “Wants”

Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role | Interprétation masculine dans un premier rôle
Ryan Reynolds – The Captive
Bruce Greenwood – Elephant Song
Michael Murphy – Fall
Evan Bird – Maps To The Stars
Antoine Olivier Pilon – Mommy

Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role | Interprétation masculine dans un rôle de soutien
Justin Chatwin – Bang Bang Baby
John Cusack – Maps To The Stars
Robert Pattinson – Maps To The Stars
Marc-André Grondin – Tu dors Nicole
Kris Demeanor – The Valley Below

Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role | Interprétation féminine dans un premier rôle
Ahn Ji Hye – In Her Place
Yoon Da Kyung – In Her Place
Julianne Côté – Tu dors Nicole
Julianne Moore – Maps To The Stars
Anne Dorval – Mommy

Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role | Interprétation féminine dans un rôle de soutien
Sandrine Bisson – 1987
Kil Hae Yeon – In Her Place
Mia Wasikowska – Maps To The Stars
Suzanne Clément – Mommy
Catherine St-Laurent – Tu dors Nicole

Achievement in Overall Sound | Meilleur son d’ensemble
Christopher Guglick, Dave Mercel, Steve Moore, Justin Sawyer, Alex Turner – Bang Bang Baby
Christian Cooke, Michael O’Farrell, Orest Sushko – Maps To The Stars
Daniel Bisson, Gilles Corbeil, Bernard Gariépy Strobl – Meetings with a Young Poet
Sylvain Brassard, Jocelyn Caron, François Grenon, Luc Landry – Mommy
Greg Chapman, Peter Persaud, Andrew Stirk, Andrew Tay, Mark Zsifkovits – Pompeii

Achievement in Sound Editing | Meilleur montage sonore
Elma Bello – Fall
Christian Rivest – Henri Henri
Raymond Legault, Simon Meilleur, Martin Pinsonnault, Claire Pochon – Meetings with a Young Poet
Sylvain Brassard, Benoît Dame, Isabelle Favreau, Guy Francoeur – Mommy
Steve Baine, Kevin Banks, Stephen Barden, Fred Brennan, Alex Bullick, J.R. Fountain, Kevin Howard, Jill Purdy – Pompeii

Original Screenplay | Meilleur scénario
Atom Egoyan, David Fraser – The Captive
Pearl Ball-Harding, Albert Shin – In Her Place
Bruce Wagner – Maps To The Stars
Xavier Dolan – Mommy
Stéphane Lafleur – Tu dors Nicole

Adapted Screenplay | Meilleure adaptation
Scott Abramovitch – The Calling
Joel Thomas Hynes – Cast No Shadow
Nicolas Billon – Elephant Song

Achievement in Visual Effects | Meilleurs effets visuels
Jason Dowdeswell, Neil Eskuri, Patti Gannon, Ivan Hayden, Neil Impey, Zach Lipovsky, James Rorick, Adele
Venables – Afflicted
Keith Acheson, Dennis Berardi, Ayo Burgess, Naomi Foakes, Jo Hughes, Chris MacLean, Mohsen Mousavi, Scott
Riopelle, Andy Robinson, Eric Robinson – Pompeii
Ian Britton, Robert Crowther, Steve Elliott, Oleksiy Golovchenko, Matt Philip, Jiang Shuming, Jay Stanners, Rob
Tasker, Perunika Yorgova, Lexi Young – Wet Bum

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