32nd Genie Awards

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32nd Genie Awards
Date March 8, 2012
Site Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, Toronto, Ontario[1]
Host George Stroumboulopoulos
Highlights
Most awards Monsieur Lazhar (6)
Most nominations Café de Flore (13), A Dangerous Method (11)
Television coverage
Network CBC Television
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The 32nd Genie Awards ceremony was held on March 8, 2012 to honour films released in 2011.[2] Nominations were announced on January 17, 2012.[2]

The ceremony was originally scheduled to be hosted by Andrea Martin and George Stroumboulopoulos, but Martin was forced to cancel at the last minute due to a rescheduled acting commitment.[3] Stroumboulopoulos consequently hosted the ceremony alone, although he and Martin pretaped an introductory comedy segment in which they scrambled to find a replacement for Martin, including cameos by Martin Short, Chris Hyndman and Steven Sabados.[3]

Performers[edit]

The nominees for Best Original Song were presented accompanied by choreographed figure skating routines by Jamie Salé, David Pelletier and Joannie Rochette.

Johnny Reid, The Sheepdogs and K'naan also performed during the ceremony.

Nominations[edit]

Motion Picture Direction
Actor in a leading role Actress in a leading role
Actor in a supporting role Actress in a supporting role
Original Screenplay Adapted Screenplay
Best Feature Length Documentary Best Short Documentary
  • Blue ribbon Zacharias Kunuk, Joel McConvey, Kristina McLaughlin, Kevin McMahon, Michael McMahon, Geoff Morrison and Ryan J. Noth, Sirmilik
  • John Cullen, 75 Watts
  • Chelsea McMullan, Derailments
Best Live Action Short Drama Best Animated Short
  • Blue ribbon Ian Harnarine, Doubles with Slight Pepper
  • René Chénier and Philippe Baylaucq, Ora
  • Élaine Hébert and Sophie Goyette, La Ronde
  • Pedro Pires, Phoebe Greenberg and Penny Mancuso, Hope
  • Blue ribbon Georges Schwizgebel, René Chénier and Marc Bertrand, Romance
  • Amanda Forbis, Wendy Tilby, Marcy Page and Bonnie Thompson, Wild Life
  • Alain Fournier, La Cité entre les murs
  • Michelle Latimer, Choke
  • Koji Yamamura, Michael Fukushima, Shuzo John Shiota and Keisuke Tsuchihashi, Muybridge's Strings
Art Direction/Production Design Cinematography
Costume Design Editing
Overall Sound Sound Editing
  • Blue ribbon Wayne Griffin, Rob Bertola, Tony Currie, Andy Malcolm and Michael O'Farrell, A Dangerous Method
  • Fred Brennan, James Bastable, Gabe Knox and John Sievert, You Were Here
  • Claude Beaugrand, Olivier Calvert, Natalie Fleurant and Francine Poirier, Marécages
  • Martin Pinsonnault, Blaise Blanchier, Simon Meilleur, Mireille Morin and Luc Raymond, Café de Flore
  • Jeremy MacLaverty, Daniel Pellerin, Geoff Raffan, Jan Rudy, John Sievert and James Mark Stewart, In Darkness
Achievement in Music: Original Score Achievement in Music: Original Song
Achievement in Make-Up Achievement in Visual Effects
  • Blue ribbon Vincent Dudouet, Cynthia Mourou, Éric Normandin, Martin Pensa, Marc Cote, Stephanie Broussaud, Sylvain Theroux, Luc Sansfacon, Nathalie Tremblay and Garry Chuntz, Café de Flore
  • Robert Crowther, Tony Cybulski, Ian Britton and Tom Turnbull, Edwin Boyd: Citizen Gangster
  • Ovidiu Cinazan, Mike Borrett, Milan Schere, Oliver Hearsey, Dennis Berardi, Mathew Borrett, Wilson Cameron, Jim Price, Wojciech Zielinski and Jason Edwardh, A Dangerous Method
  • Geoffroy Lauzon, BumRush
  • Jacques Levesque, Eve Brunet, Philippe Roberge, Snow & Ashes
Special Awards

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