27th Genie Awards

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27th Genie Awards
Date February 13, 2007
Site Carlu theatre, Toronto
Highlights
Best Picture Bon Cop, Bad Cop
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The 27th Genie Awards were held on February 13, 2007 to honour films released in 2006. The ceremony was located at the Carlu theatre in Toronto.

Maurice Richard (The Rocket) was the most successful film at these awards, winning 9 of its 13 nominated categories. Bon Cop, Bad Cop won just 2 of its 10 nominations, although it received the highest 2006 box office revenues in Canada to earn the Golden Reel Award.

Nominees[edit]

Nominees were announced 9 January 2007. [1][dead link]

Films with the most nominations:

Winners[edit]

Motion Picture[edit]

Winner: Bon Cop, Bad Cop; Kevin Tierney

Other nominees:

Actor in a leading role[edit]

Winner: Roy Dupuis, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

Other nominees:

Actress in a leading role[edit]

Winner: Julie LeBreton, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

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Actor in a supporting role[edit]

Winner: Stephen McHattie, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

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Actress in a supporting role[edit]

Winner: Carrie-Anne Moss, Snow Cake

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Direction[edit]

Winner: Charles Binamé. Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

Other nominees:

Art direction/production design[edit]

Winner: Michel Proulx, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

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Cinematography[edit]

Winner: Pierre Gill, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

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Costume design[edit]

Winner: Francesca Chamberland, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

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Editing[edit]

Winner: Michel Arcand, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

Other nominees:

Adapted screenplay[edit]

Winner: Robert Favreau, Gil Courtemanche, Un dimanche à Kigali (A Sunday in Kigali)

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Original screenplay[edit]

Winner: Philippe Falardeau, Congorama

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Overall sound[edit]

Winner: Dominique Chartrand, Gavin Fernandes, Nathalie Morin, Pierre Paquet, Bon Cop, Bad Cop

Other nominees:

Sound Editing[edit]

Winner: Claude Beaugrand, Olivier Calvert, Jérôme Décarie, Natalie Fleurant, Francine Poirier, Maurice Richard (The Rocket)

Other nominees:

Documentary[edit]

Winner: Manufactured Landscapes, Jennifer Baichwal, Nick de Pencier, Gerry Flahive, Daniel Iron, Peter Starr

Other nominee:

Live action short drama[edit]

Winner: Le rouge au sol (Red), Maxime Giroux, Paul Barbeau

Other nominees:

Animated short[edit]

Winner: The Danish Poet, Torill Kove, Lise Fearnley, Marcy Page

Other nominee:

Music - original score[edit]

Winner: Jean Robitaille, Sans elle (Without Her)

Other nominees:

Music - original song[edit]

Winner: "Have Hope", Jennifer Kreisberg, Unnatural & Accidental

Other nominees:

Special Awards[edit]

The following special awards do not involve prior nominations:

Make-up design[edit]

This is an occasional honour which was last presented in 1997.

Winner: Nick Dudman, Beowulf & Grendel

Golden Reel Award[edit]

This award is presented to the film which attained the highest box office receipts in 2006.

Winner: Bon Cop, Bad Cop

Claude Jutra Award[edit]

This prize is a special director-based presentation. Until this year, there was no more than one recipient of the Claude Jutra Award.

Winners:

External links[edit]