Canadian Screen Awards

Canadian Screen Awards 2018

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s new Canadian Screen Awards recognise excellence in film, television and digital media productions. The awards replace both the the prix Génie / Genie Awards (film) and the Gemini Awards (television).

The nominees in both the feature film and television categories were announced on 15 January 2018.

The nominees for Best Achievement in Makeup / Meilleurs Maquillages (Feature Film) are:
The Ravenous / Les Affamés
Érik Gosselin & Marie-France Guy
The Man Who Invented Christmas
Sonia Dolan
Hochelaga, Land of Souls / Hochelaga, Terre des Âmes
Kathryn Casault
Bon Cop Bad Cop 2
Marlène Rouleau
All You Can Eat Buddha
Bruno Gatien.

The nominees for Best Achievement in Makeup (Television) are:
19-2 ‘Swimming’
Érik Gosselin & Edwina Voda
Frontier ‘Keetom Takooteeoo Maheekun’
Elizabeth Kuchurean & Norma Richard
Reign ‘All It Cost Her’
Jenny Arbour & Linda Preston
Orphan Black ‘To Right the Wrongs of Many’
Stephen Lynch
Dark Matter ‘All the Time in the World’
Lynda McCormack.

The winners will be announced on 11 March 2018.

Canadian Screen Awards 2017

Best Achievement in Makeup / Meilleurs Maquillages (Feature Film):
It’s Only the End of the World / Juste la fin du monde
Maïna Militza & Denis Vidal.

Best Achievement in Makeup (Television):
Frontier ‘Mushkegowuk Esquewu’
Elizabeth Kuchurean.

Canadian Screen Awards 2016

Best Achievement in Makeup / Meilleurs Maquillages (Feature Film):
Room
Sid Armour & Jennifer Gould.

Best Achievement in Makeup (Television):
Orphan Black ‘Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method’
Steven Lynch & Sandy Sokolowski.

Canadian Screen Awards 2015

Best Achievement in Makeup / Meilleurs Maquillages (Feature Film):
Mommy
Maïna Militza, Michelle Côté & Colette Martel.

Best Achievement in Makeup (Television):
Murdoch Mysteries ‘Friday the 13th, 1901’
Deb Drennan.

Canadian Screen Awards 2014

Best Achievement in Makeup / Meilleurs Maquillages (Feature Film):
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
Jo-Ann MacNeil, Karola Dirnberger & Paul Jones.

The award for Best Achievement in Makeup (Television):
Being Human ‘Always a Bridesmaid, Never Alive’
Edwina Voda & Erik Gosselin.

Canadian Screen Awards 2013

Best Achievement in Makeup / Meilleurs Maquillages (Feature Film):
Laurence Anyways
Colleen Quinton, Michelle Côté, Kathy Kelso & Martin Lapointe.
Best Achievement in Makeup (Television):
Being Human ‘When I Think About You, I Shred Myself’
Emilie Gauthier & Erik Gosselin.