Canadian Screen Awards

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Darrin Rose to host Canadian Screen Awards’ industry galas

The Match Game host and comic will emcee two nights of prize-giving ahead of the big show on March 1 on the CBC.

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Canadian Screen Awards ’15: Performance categories

The per-award breakdown of nominees in the performance categories. (Reign‘s Megan Follows is nominated for best actress in a TV drama.)


Canadian Screen Awards ’15: TV categories

A per-award breakdown of all nominees in the Canadian Screen Awards TV categories (Orphan Black, nominated in the Best Dramatic Series category, pictured)

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Canadian Screen Awards ’15: Digital media categories

A per-award breakdown of all the nominees in the Canadian Screen Awards digital categories. (Best original program for digital media, fiction nominee Whatever, Linda pictured.)

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Canadian Screen Awards ’15: Craft category nominees

A per-award breakdown of all nominees in the Canadian Screen Awards craft categories (Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy nominated in the Best Achievement in Make-Up category, pictured.)

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Andrea Martin to host 2015 Screenies

Following in the footsteps of Martin Short, Canadian comedian Andrea Martin is stepping in to host the next Canadian Screen Awards.


Cimoroni & Company to produce 2015 CSAs

The sports marketing and events expert will helm next year’s Canadian Screen Awards ceremony, with Rick Chisholm executive producing. (Dan Cimoroni pictured)

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Screenies’ sophomore year dips in ratings

Despite the return of host Martin Short, fewer viewers tuned into CBC for the second edition of the CSAs than 2013′s inaugural event.

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Playback tribute: a reinvigorated Academy celebrates its legacy

From our print issue: Playback looks back at the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television as it celebrates 65 years of achievements on screen. (Helga Stephenson pictured)

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The awards effect: how winning can impact the bottom line

From our print issue: Can you quantify a Canadian cultural award win? Playback looks at how winning a film or TV award differs from book and music prizes. (Kim Nguyen pictured)


Orphan Black sold into slew of world markets

BBC Worldwide inks deals with broadcasters in New Zealand, Korea and Finland for the sci-fi series.


Blackstone greenlit for fourth season

APTN orders eight more one-hour episodes of the Prairie Dog Film + Television drama.