Awards for 2016

Leo

Best Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEE

Numb: Dylan Jenkinson (producer), Robyn Wiener (producer), Jason R. Goode (executive producer), Rosie Perera (executive producer), Nicholas Tabarrok (executive producer), Dene Anderberg (executive producer), Edward Noeltner (executive producer)

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEES

Fire Song: Mary Galloway (Big Soul Productions (production company), Thunderstone Pictures (production company))

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

Blood and Water: Osric Chau (actor) (Breakthrough Entertainment (production company))

NOMINEE

Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

NOMINEES


Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEE

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Director

NOMINEE

Medic: Kelly-Ruth Mercier (director) (Special Lil Angel Productions (production company))

Best Direction in an Animation Program or Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Direction in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Direction in a Feature Length Drama

WINNER

Best Direction in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Motive: Andy Mikita (director)
for the Motive episode "A Problem Like Maria"

Motive: Mathias Herndl (director)
for the Motive episode "Frampton Comes Alive"

Best Direction in a Motion Picture

NOMINEES



Best Direction in a Information, Lifestyle or Reality Program or Series

NOMINEE

Cabin Truckers: Greg Donis (series director) (Remedy Productions Canada (production company))

Best Direction Youth or Childrens Programming

WINNERS

Splitting Adam: Scott McAboy (producer), Amy Sydorick (producer), Michael Sammaciccia (producer), Russell Hicks (producer) (Pacific Bay Entertainment (production company))

Splitting Adam: Scott McAboy (director) (Pacific Bay Entertainment (production company))

Best Direction in a Youth or Children's Program or Series

NOMINEES

Some Assembly Required: Milo Shandel
Episode "Greedy Pig"

Best Direction in a Documentary Program or Series

NOMINEES


Best Screenwriting in a Youth or Children's Program or Series

WINNER

Scout & the Gumboot Kids: Cathy Moss, Eric Hogan, Tara Hungerford (Two Story Productions)
For episode "The Case of the Four Legged Kid"

NOMINEES


Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series

NOMINEES


Motive: Damon Vignale (writer)
for the Motive episode "Frampton Comes Alive"

Motive: Dennis Heaton (writer), Sarah Dodd (writer)
for the Motive episode "A Problem Like Maria"

Best Screenwriting in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEE

Best Screenwriting in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Screenwriting in an MOW of Limited Series

NOMINEE

Best Screenwriting in an Animation Program or Series

WINNER

Best Screenwriting in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES


Medic: Adam Lolacher (writer), Kelly-Ruth Mercier (writer) (Special Lil Angel Productions (production company))

Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEES


The Birdwatcher: Peter F. Woeste (director of photography)

Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

Motive: Mark Chow (director of photography)
for the Motive episode "A Problem Like Maria"

NOMINEES

Motive: Mathias Herndl (director of photography)
for the Motive episode "Oblivion"

Best Cinematography - Short Film

NOMINEE

Medic: Nelson Talbot (cinematographer), Graham Talbot (cinematographer) (Special Lil Angel Productions (production company))

Best Cinematography in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES


Uulx: The Scratcher: Amy Belling (director of photography) (Smayaykila Films (production company))

Best Cinematography in a Youth or Children's Program or Series

WINNER

Splitting Adam: Tom Harting (cinematographer) (Pacific Bay Entertainment (production company))

NOMINEE

Best Cinematography in a Documentary Program or Series

WINNER

Hadwin's Judgement (documentary): Simon Schneider (director of photography)

NOMINEES

Bahama Blue (documentary): Sean White (director of photography)

Hadwin's Judgement (documentary): Simon Schneider (director of photography)

I Am Chris Farley (documentary): Shaun Lawless (director of photography), Geoff Wallace (director of photography)

Johnny Cash: American Rebel (documentary): Shaun Lawless (director of photography), Geoff Wallace (director of photography)

Best Cinematography in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES



She Who Must Burn: Stirling Bancroft (director of photography)

Best Costume Design in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Costume Design in a Motion Picture

NOMINEES


Dramatic Series: Best Costume Design

WINNER

Best Sound in a Short Drama

NOMINEE

Best Sound in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

The Romeo Section: Miguel Nunes (supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer), Gord Hillier (dialogue editor/re-recording mixer), Ryan Thompson, Jay Cheetham, Don Harrison, Ian Mackie, Mark Schroeder (production sound mixer)

NOMINEE

Motive: Dean Giammarco (re-recording mixer), Bill Sheppard (re-recording mixer), Graham Timmer (production mixer)
for the Motive episode "Frampton Comes Alive"

Best Overall Sound in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Overall Sound in a Youth or Children's Program or Series

NOMINEE

Splitting Adam: Kristian Bailey (sound design) (Pacific Bay Entertainment (production company))

Documentary Program or Series: Best Overall Sound

NOMINEE

Best Picture Editing in a Short Drama

NOMINEES



Best Editing in a Short Drama

NOMINEE

Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series

NOMINEE

Best Editing YOUTH OR CHILDREN'S PROGRAM OR SERIES

WINNER

Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Motive: Lisa Binkley (editor)
for the Motive episode "The Suicide Tree"

Motive: Stein Myhrstad (editor)
for the Motive episode "Frampton Comes Alive"

Best Editing - Picture in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEES


Best Picture Editing in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEE

Best Picture Editing in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Sound Editing in a Documentary Program or Series

NOMINEE

Best Visual Effects in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Visual Effects in a Dramatic Series

NOMINEE

Best Musical Score in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Musical Score in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Musical Score in a Motion Picture

NOMINEES


Best Musical Score in an Animation Program or Series

NOMINEE

Best Musical Score in a Documentary Program or Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

Production Design in a Short Drama

NOMINEE

Best Perfomance by a Female in a Short Drama

NOMINEES


Best Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES




The Orchard: Mike Gill (producer), Darcy Van Poelgeest (producer), Lawra Robertson (co-producer)


Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Short Drama

NOMINEE

Best Performance by a Female in a Short Drama

NOMINEES



Best Performance by a Male in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES





Best Production Design in a Short Drama

NOMINEES


The Orchard: Hank Mann (production designer)

Best Short

NOMINEE

Medic: Adam Lolacher (producer) (Special Lil Angel Productions (production company))

Best Make-Up in a Short Drama

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Documentary Series

WINNER

Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEE

Best Performance in an Animation Program or Series

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Feature Length Drama

NOMINEE

The Birdwatcher: Siobhan Devine (producer), Roslyn Muir (producer), Ines Eisses (producer), Alexandra Raffe (executive producer), Carol Whiteman (executive producer)

Best Production Design in a Youth or Children's Program or Series

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Youth or Children's Program or Series

WINNER

Scott McAboy (Producer), Amy Sydorick (Producer), Michael Sammaciccia (Producer), Russell Hicks (Producer) (Pacific Bay Entertainment (production company))

NOMINEE

Best Casting in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

Wayward Pines (A reckoning): Tom Stevens

NOMINEES

Motive: Charles Martin Smith (actor)
for the Motive episode "Frampton Comes Alive"


Best Performance by a Male in a Web Series

NOMINEES



Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Performance by a Female in a Web Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Make-Up in a Dramatic Series

NOMINEE

Motive: Rebecca Lee (key makeup artist), Ceilidh Dunn (make up artist)
for the Motive episode "The Amateurs"

Best Casting in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

Motive: Maureen Webb (casting director), Colleen Bolton (casting director)
for the Motive episode "A Problem Like Maria"

Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES


Youth or Children's Program or Series: Best Youth or Children's Program or Series

NOMINEE

Splitting Adam: Scott McAboy (producer), Amy Sydorick (producer), Michael Sammaciccia (producer), Russell Hicks (producer) (Pacific Bay Entertainment (production company))

Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Motive: Kacey Rohl (actor)
for the Motive episode "Best Enemies"

Motive: Luisa D'Oliveira (actor)
for the Motive episode "A Problem Like Maria"

Best Production Design in a Dramatic Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Motive: Ross Dempster (production designer)
for the Motive episode "Purgatory"

Best Information, Lifestyle or Reality Program or Series

NOMINEE

Cabin Truckers: Greg Donis (showrunner), Laura Garcia (line-producer), Toby Dormer (executive producer) (Remedy Productions Canada (production company))

Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Production Design in a Motion Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Production Design in a Feature Length Drama

NOMINEE

Best Make-Up in a Motion Picture

NOMINEE

Best Animation Program or Series

WINNER

Best Performance in a Youth or Children's Program or Series

WINNER

Odd Squad (Rise of the Hydraclops): Sean Michael Kyer (Actor) (PBS)

NOMINEE

Best Dramatic Series

NOMINEES

Blackstone: Ron E. Scott (executive producer), Jesse Szymanski (co-executive producer), Damon Vignale (producer)

Motive: Rob Merilees (executive producer), Rob LaBelle (executive producer), Lindsay MacAdam (executive producer), Louise Clark (executive producer), Ben Brafman (executive producer), Erin Haskett (executive producer), Dennis Heaton (executive producer), Sarah Dodd (co-executive producer), Daniel Cerone (executive producer) (Lark Productions (production company))

The Romeo Section: Chris Haddock (executive producer), Laura Lightbown (executive producer), Stephen Surjik (executive producer), David Frazee (executive producer), Jesse McKeown (co-executive producer), Arvi Liimatainen (producer), John G. Lenic (producer), Kevin Eastwood (co-producer) (Haddock Entertainment)

Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series

NOMINEES

Motive: Louis Ferreira (actor)
for the Motive episode "A Problem Like Maria"



Best Web Series

WINNER

The Drive: John Bolton (executive producer), Lindsay Drummond (producer), Magali Gillon-Krizaj (producer), Nick Hunnings (producer), Kirsten Slenning (producer)

Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Television Movie

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Direction in a Television Movie

WINNER

NOMINEES

Perfect High: Vanessa Parise (Perfect High)
Vanessa Parise

Perfect High: Vanessa Parise (Perfect High)
Vanessa Parise

Best Overall Sound in a Television Movie

NOMINEES


Best Television Movie

NOMINEE

Best Performance by a Female in a Television Movie

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Lead Performance By a Female in a Television Movie

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Casting in a Television Movie

NOMINEE

Stranger in the House: Tiffany Mak (casting director)

Best production design for a tv movie

WINNER

Best Lead Performance By A Male in a Television Movie

NOMINEES


Outstanding Achievement Award - Individual

Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series

NOMINEE

Best Costume Design in a Television Movie

NOMINEE

Christmas Truce: Claudia Da Ponte (costume designer)

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