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Winners of the 27th Annual Genies

Movie: "Bon Cop, Bad Cop," Kevin Tierney

Direction: Charles Biname, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Original screenplay: Philippe Falardeau, "Congorama"

Adapted screenplay: Robert Favreau, Gil Courtemanche, "Un Dimanche a Kigali"
(A Sunday in Kigali)

Art direction: Michel Proulx, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Costume design: Francesca Chamberland, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Cinematography: Pierre Gill, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Editing: Michel Arcand, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Music: original score: Jean Robitaille, "Sans Elle" (Without Her)

Music: original song: Jennifer Kreisberg, "Have Hope" from "Unnatural and
Accidental."

Actor: Roy Dupuis, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Supporting actor: Stephen McHattie, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Actress: Julie LeBreton, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Supporting actress: Carrie-Anne Moss, "Snow Cake"

Overall sound: Dominique Chartrand, Gavin Fernandes, Nathalie Morin, Pierre
Paquet, "Bon Cop, Bad Cop"

Sound editing: Claude Beaugrand, Olivier Calvert, Jerome Decarie, Natalie
Fleurant, Francine Poirier, "Maurice Richard/The Rocket"

Documentary: "Manufactured Landscapes," Jennifer Baichwal

Live-action short drama: "Le Rouge Au Sol," Maxime Giroux, Paul Barbeau

Animated short: "The Danish Poet," Torill Kove, Lise Fearnley, Marcy Page


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