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In photos: The winners at the Canadian Screen Awards

Rebelle takes 10 of 22 movie prizes at first-ever Canadian Screen Awards gala for merged Genies and Geminis

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Howard Shore’s compositions for David Cronenberg’s sci-fi film Cosmopolis won both music categories, song and score.

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The Borgias, the Bravo! series about backstabbing Renaissance nobles, was named best international drama.

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James Cromwell won best actor for playing a New Brunswick man trying to build a new house for his ailing wife in Michael McGowan’s Still.

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Gerry Dee won best comic actor for the CBC comedy Mr. Dee.

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Laurence Anyways, Xavier Dolan’s star-crossed romance between a woman and a man who wants to become a woman, won the makeup and costume prizes

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Less than Kind, the black comedy about a Jewish family in Winnipeg that airs on HBO Canada, won best comedy and best comic actress for Wendel Meldrum.

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Deepa Mehta’s Midnight’s Children won best adapted screenplay for Salman Rushdie, who wrote the script from his own novel.

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Writer and director Kim Nguyen won best direction and best screenplay for his film Rebelle, the Oscar-nominated Quebec film about African child soldiers.

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Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell won best documentary.

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Meg Tilly won best dramatic actress for Global’s wartime drama Bomb Girls.

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Rebelle, the Oscar-nominated Quebec film about African child soldiers written and directed by Montreal’s Kim Nguyen (and known in English as War Witch), won best film, best direction, best art direction, best cinematography, best screenplay, best editing and two sound prizes.

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