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Orphan Black, Gabrielle And Call Me Fitz Win At Canadian Screen Awards

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The 2014 Canadian Screen Awards showcased some of the finest the country has to offer, but when the smoke cleared it was Orphan Black that took home the most awards.  With 10 wins (best dramatic series and best actress in a TV drama for star Tatiana Maslany coming during the televised show last evening) the show came away as a dominating force.

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The Quebec coming of age movie Gabrielle was named best film of the year. Star Gabrielle Marion-Rivard, who won the best film actress award for her first role, beat out Tiff’s Rising star Cara Gee and Tatiana Maslany who had been nominated for her role in Cas & Dylan.

Former Beverly Hills 90210 star Jason Priestley’s show Call Me Fitz took home multiple awards as well, including best Actor for himself and Best Actress for his co-star Tracy Dawson.

Other winners on the night include Denis Villeneuve who won best directing honours, Rick Roberts and Sook-Yin Lee for their roles in the Jack Layton biopic Jack, and Sarah Gadon for her supporting role in Denis Villenueve’s film Enemy.

David Cronenburg was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement award, and was paid tribute by Jay Baruchel and Viggo Mortensen on stage, and also accompanied by Maria Bello.



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