Canadian Screen Awards: ‘Scarborough’ The Talk of the Town, Complete Winner

By Melissa Romualdi.

17 minutes ago

Canadian Screen Week ended on Sunday, with the Canadian Academy announcing the final winners of the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards.

From its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2021 to CSAs, in recognition of excellence in Canadian film and television, “Scarborough” was the talk of the night, the trophy for Best Motion Picture, the achievement of directing and an actor’s performance. A leading role.

Read more: Canadian Screen Awards: Winners of Cinematic Arts Awards Announced

The Canadian film, adapted from Katherine Hernandez’s 2017 novel of the same name, was brought to life by director Sasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson, who made their directorial debut in the feature film and received the award for achievement in directing.

Read more: 2022 Canadian Screen Award nominees announced, ‘Sort of’ and ‘Scarborough’ Lead the Pack

Thirteen-year-old actor Liam Diaz, who played Bing, won the award for Performance by a Leading Actor, making history as one of the youngest actors to receive significant honors.

The full list of Sunday winners can be seen below.

Best Motion Picture
“Scarborough” – Sasha Nakhai

Starring a top actor
Liam Diaz – “Scarborough”

Acting as a leading actress
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers- “Knight Raider”

Achievement in direction
Sasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson – “Scarborough”

Ted Rogers Best Feature-Length Documentary
“Kimmapiipitsini: The Meaning of Sympathy” – Eli-Maiza Telfeders, David Christensen, Lori Lozinski

The best comedy series
“Sort of” – Bilal Beg, Fab Filippo, Jennifer Kawaza, Julia Sereni, Bruno Dubey

Best Lead Actor, Comedy
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee – “Kim’s Advantage”

Best Lead Actress, Comedy
Jin Yun – “Kim’s advantage”

Best Drama Series
“Transplant” – Jocelyn Deschenes, Bruno Dubey, Joseph K, Tara Woodbury, Virginia Rankin, Jose Valley, Stefan Pleszinski, Adam Burken

Best Lead Actor, Drama
Hamza Haque – “Transplant”

Best Lead Actress, Drama
Lawrence LeBoff – “Transplant”

Best Host or Presenter, Real or Reality / Contest
Brooke Lynn Heights, Tracy Melchor, Amanda Brugel and Brad Goresky – “Canada’s Drag Race”

Cogeco Fund Audience Choice Award
Wynonna Earp.

Radius Award, presented by MADE
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

Lifetime honors
Bob Cole

Changemaker Award
Kayla Gray, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Amanda Paris

Gordon Sinclair Award for Broadcast Journalism
The race is nasal

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.