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Dolan’s ‘Mommy’ and, um, ‘Pompeii’ dominate the 2015 Canadian Screen Awards

It was a great night for Xavier Dolan at the Canadian Screen Awards today, where the wunderkind's latest film, “Mommy,” won nine awards, nearly sweeping every category. The only fields the film lost in were crafts categories conceded the critically reviled (but it's Canadian!) “Pompeii,” which took home five awards.

Check out the full list of winners below, the nominees here and everything else you can possibly imagine (more or less) at The Circuit.

Best Motion Picture
“Mommy”

Achievement in Direction
Xavier Dolan, “Mommy”

Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Antoine Olivier-Pilon, “Mommy”

Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Anne Dorval, “Mommy”

Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Suzanne Clément, “Mommy”

Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
John Cusack, “Maps to the Stars”

Adapted Screenplay
“Elephant Song”

Original Screenplay
“Mommy”

Achievement in Art Direction
“Pompeii”

Achievement in Cinematography
“Mommy”

Achievement in Costume Design
“Pompeii”

Achievement in Editing
“Mommy”

Achievement in Makeup
“Mommy”

Achievement in Music – Original Score
“Maps to the Stars”

Achievement in Music – Original Song
“Dal Makhani” from “Dr. Cabbie”

Achievement in Overall Sound
“Pompeii”

Achievement in Sound Editing
“Pompeii”

Achievement in Visual Effects
“Pompeii”

Best Feature Length Documentary
“Super Duper Alice Cooper”

Best Cinematography in a Feature Length Documentary
“Everything Will Be”

Best Editing in a Feature Length Documentary
“Super Duper Alice Cooper”

Best Animated Short
“Me and My Moulton”

Best Live Action Short Drama
“Hole”

Best Short Documentary
“Jutra”

(Television and Digital Media winners on the next page.)

TELEVISION & DIGITAL MEDIA

Best Dramatic Series
“Orphan Black”

Best Dramatic Miniseries or TV Movie
“Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy”

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Miniseries
Jonas Chernick, “The Best Laid Plans”

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