7th Genie Awards

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7th Genie Awards
Date March 20, 1986
Host Leslie Nielsen and Catherine Mary Stewart
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The 7th Genie Awards were held March 20, 1986 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It was co-hosted by Leslie Nielsen and Catherine Mary Stewart.

Award winners[edit]

Best Motion Picture

Winner: My American Cousin, Peter O'Brian

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Best actress

Winner: Margaret Langrick, My American Cousin

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Best actor

Winner: John Wildman, My American Cousin

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Best supporting actor

Winner: Alan Arkin, Joshua Then and Now

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Best supporting actress

Winner: Linda Sorenson, Joshua Then and Now

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Best director

Winner: Sandy Wilson, My American Cousin

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Best screenplay

Winner: Sandy Wilson, My American Cousin

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Cinematography

Winner: François Protat, Joshua Then and Now

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Art direction

Winner: Anne Pritchard, Joshua Then and Now

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Costume design

Winner: Louise Jobin, Joshua Then and Now

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Sound

Winner: David Appleby, Joe Grimaldi, Bruce Nyznik, Bruce Carwardine, Glen Gauthier, and Don White, One Magic Christmas

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Film editing

Winner: Haida Paul, My American Cousin

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Sound editing

Winner: Robin Leigh, Richard Cadger, Glen Gauthier, Michael O'Farrell, Alan Geldart, Alison Clark, and Peter Thilaye, One Magic Christmas

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Musical score

Winner: François Dompierre, Le Matou

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Animated short

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Live action short

Winner: The Edit, Paul Caulfield

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Short documentary

Winner: No More Hiroshima, Martin Duckworth

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Feature length documentary

Winner: Final Offer, Robert Collison and Sturla Gunnarsson

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