14th Genie Awards

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14th Genie Awards
Date December 12, 1993
Site Montreal
Hosted by Marc Labrèche
Highlights
Best Picture Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould
Television coverage
Network Radio-Canada
CBC Television

The 14th Genie Awards were held on December 12, 1993.[1] In a bid to increase the visibility of the Genie Awards in the francophone market in Quebec, the ceremony was held in Montreal and conducted in French for the first time.[2] Hosted by Marc Labrèche, the ceremony was broadcast live on Radio-Canada,[2] following which CBC Television aired a live special conducting English language interviews with the winners.[2]

Nominees and winners[edit]

The Genie Award winner in each category is shown in bold text.

Motion Picture Direction
Actor in a leading role Actress in a leading role
Actor in a supporting role Actress in a supporting role
Feature Length Documentary Best Short Documentary
Live Action Short Drama Animated Short
  • Blue ribbon Pearl's Diner, Lynn Smith
  • No Problem, Craig Welch
Art Direction/Production Design Cinematography
Costume Design Editing
Overall Sound Sound Editing
  • Blue ribbon Anne Bakker, Gael MacLean, Alison Grace, Maureen Wetteland and Ellen Gram, The Lotus Eaters
  • Shane Shemko, Anke Bakker, Alison Grace and Cam Wagner, Harmony Cats
  • Andy Malcolm, Jane Tattersall, Dale Sheldrake, Penny Hozy and Sean Kelly, I Love a Man in Uniform
  • Marc Chiasson, Terry Burke, Jane Tattersall, Sean Kelly, Drew King, Tony Currie and Diane Boucher, La Florida
  • Jacques Plante, Viateur Paiement, Myriam Poirier, Jérôme Décarie and Antoine Morin, The Sex of the Stars
Achievement in Music: Original Score Screenplay
Special awards

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Glenn Gould Still Scoring Prizes". The Globe and Mail, March 13, 1993.
  2. ^ a b c "The 1993 Genies, live, from Montreal". The Globe and Mail, March 11, 1993.

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