4th Genie Awards
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|4th Genie Awards|
|Date||March 23, 1983|
|Site||Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, Ontario|
|Hosted by||Dave Thomas|
|Best Picture||The Grey Fox|
|Most awards||The Grey Fox (7)|
|Most nominations||The Grey Fox (13)|
In the category for best adapted screenplay, the award to Richard Paluck and Robert Guza Jr. for Melanie was later rescinded, as the short story on which the screenplay was based had not been previously published.
Nominees and winners
|Actor in a leading role||Actress in a leading role|
|Actor in a supporting role||Actress in a supporting role|
|Foreign Actor||Foreign Actress|
|Original Screenplay||Adapted Screenplay|
|Best Documentary||Best Theatrical Short|
|Art Direction/Production Design||Cinematography|
|Overall Sound||Sound Editing|
|Achievement in Music: Original Score||Achievement in Music: Original Song|
- "Thomas goes genteel for Genies". The Globe and Mail, March 19, 1983.
- "Grey Fox runaway winner with 7 Genies". The Globe and Mail, March 24, 1983.
- Jay Scott, "Top Genie prospects for Bill Miner movie". The Globe and Mail, February 10, 1983.
- "Melanie adaptation Genie returned". Cinema Canada, No. 96 (May 1983). p. 12.