first_img Login/Register With: Advertisement Facebook Twitter Advertisement During tonight’s awards show, Stephan James was recognized with the inaugural Radius Award, presented by MADE | NOUS, which was presented by his brother, Shamier Anderson. The Kids in the Hall received the Academy Icon Award, presented by Eric McCormack. The Academy honoured Mary Walsh with the Earle Grey Award, presented by Jonny Harris and Susan Kent. Deepa Mehta received the Lifetime Achievement Award.Dominique Provost-Chalkley was named the Cogeco Fund Audience Choice Award winner, presented during the live show by two past winners, CARMILLA stars Elise Bauman and Natasha Negovanlis. 7,752,418 number of votes were cast to determine the winner of this award.“It’s been a fantastic week embracing and celebrating homegrown talent, and their ability to engage audiences,” said Beth Janson, CEO, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. “As another Canadian Screen Week comes to an end, we are proud of the unique opportunity we have to introduce incredible Canadian film and television to a broader audience. The Canadian Screen Awards puts a spotlight on the talented content creators and storytellers in our own backyard and on the world stage.”.2019 Canadian Screen Awards Film WinnersBest Motion PictureA Colony | Une colonie – Fanny Drew, Sarah ManneringPerformance by an Actor in a Leading RoleThéodore Pellerin – Family First | Chien de gardePerformance by an Actress in a Leading RoleÉmilie Bierre – A Colony | Une colonieAchievement in DirectionJasmin Mozaffari – FirecrackersTed Rogers Best Feature Length DocumentarySponsor | Rogers Group of FundsAnthropocene: The Human Epoch – Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier, Edward Burtynsky.2019 Canadian Screen Awards Television WinnersBest Comedy SeriesSchitt’s CreekCBC (CBC)(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, Andrew Barnsley, Fred Levy, Ben FeiginBest Drama SeriesAnne with an ECBC (CBC)(Northwood Entertainment)Miranda de Pencier, Moira Walley-BeckettBest Reality/Competition Program or SeriesThe Amazing Race CanadaCTV (Bell Media)(Insight Productions)John Brunton, Barbara Bowlby, Mark Lysakowski, Mike Bickerton, Sarah James, Kyle Martin, Robyn Bigue, Ann Camilleri, Guy Clarkson, Catherine PetersenBest Lead Actor, Drama Program or Limited SeriesCardinal: Blackfly SeasonCTV (Bell Media)(Cardinal Blackfly Productions Inc.)Billy CampbellBest Lead Actress, Drama Program or Limited SeriesCardinal: Blackfly SeasonCTV (Bell Media)(Cardinal Blackfly Productions Inc.)Karine VanasseBest Lead Actor, ComedyLetterkennyCrave (Bell Media)(New Metric Media)Jared KeesoBest Lead Actress, ComedySchitt’s CreekCBC (CBC)(Not A Real Company Productions, Inc.)Catherine O’HaraBest Lead Actor, Drama SeriesBad BloodCity (Rogers Media)(New Metric Media, Sphere Media Plus Inc.)Kim CoatesBest Lead Actress, Drama SeriesAnne with an ECBC (CBC)(Northwood Entertainment)Amybeth McNultyBest Writing, ComedyLetterkenny – Letterkenny Spelling BeeCrave (Bell Media)(New Metric Media)Jared Keeso, Jacob Tierney.Special Award CategoriesAcademy Icon AwardThe Kids in the HallLifetime Achievement AwardDeepa MehtaEarle Grey AwardMary WalshRadius AwardPresented by MADE | NOUSStephan JamesCogeco Fund Audience Choice AwardDominique Provost-ChalkleyVisit to view the full list of winners from tonight’s Gala.About the Academy of Canadian Cinema & TelevisionThe Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is the largest non-profit professional arts organization in Canada. We are dedicated to recognizing, advocating for, and celebrating Canadian talent in the film, television, and digital media sectors.Our more than 4,500 members encompass industry icons and professionals, emerging artists, and students. Collectively, we deliver professional development programs and networking opportunities that foster industry growth, inclusion, and mentorship.The Canadian Academy produces Canadian Screen Week. This annual celebration of excellence in media features a multi-platform, national program of events and celebrations, and culminates with the Canadian Screen Awards Broadcast Gala live on CBC, Sunday, March 31, 2019 at 8 p.m. (9 p.m. AT/ 9:30 p.m. NT).For information on membership and programming visit Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment TORONTO – (March 31, 2019) – A spotlight was shone on the country’s best in film and television this evening, as 2019 Canadian Screen Week concluded its festivities with the biggest night of celebration at the Canadian Screen Awards: Broadcast Gala. The awards show was broadcast live from Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on CBC and the free CBC Gem streaming service.A total of 20 awards were presented to Canada’s best screen talent throughout the evening, with highlights including:· Best Drama Series – Anne with an E· Best Comedy Series – Schitt’s Creek· Best Motion Picture – A Colony | Une colonie· Achievement in Direction – Jasmin Mozaffari (Firecrackers)· Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary, presented by Rogers Group of Funds – Anthropocene: The Human Epoch· Best Reality/Competition Program or Series – The Amazing Race Canadalast_img