9th Genie Awards

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9th Genie Awards
Date March 22, 1988
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The 9th annual Genie Awards were held March 22, 1988 and honoured Canadian films released in 1987. The ceremony was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and was co-hosted by Megan Follows and Gordon Pinsent. The awards were dominated by Un zoo la nuit which won a - still unmatched - thirteen awards.

Best Motion Picture

Winner: Un zoo la nuit, Roger Frappier and Pierre Gendron

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Best actor

Winner: Roger Lebel, Un zoo la nuit

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Best actress

Winner: Sheila McCarthy, I've Heard the Mermaids Singing

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Supporting actor

Winner: Germain Houde, Un zoo la nuit

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Supporting actress

Winner: Paule Baillargeon, I've Heard the Mermaids Singing

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Best director

Winner: Jean-Claude Lauzon, Un zoo la nuit

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Best screenplay

Winner: Jean-Claude Lauzon, Un zoo la nuit

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Cinematography'

Winner: Guy Dufaux, Un zoo la nuit

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Art direction/production design

Winner: Jean-Baptiste Tard, Un zoo la nuit

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Costume Design

Winner: Andrée Morin, Un zoo la nuit

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Sound

Winner: Adrian Croll, Hans Peter Strobl, and Yvon Benoît, Un zoo la nuit

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Film editing

Winner: Michel Arcand, Un zoo la nuit

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Sound editing

Winners: Viateur Paiement, Marcel Pothier, and Diane Boucher, Un zoo la nuit

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Musical score

Winner: Jean Corriveau, Un zoo la nuit

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Best short film

Winner: George and Rosemary, David Fine and Alison Snowden

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Best documentary

Winner: God Rides a Harley, Stavros C. Stavrides and Andreas Erne

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