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Canadian Screen Awards 2024 May 31

Mae Martin hosts the Canadian Screen Awards 2024, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s final award show of Canadian Screen Week 2024 celebrating the achievements of Canadian talent in film, television, and digital media:

Television Screen Awards:

Crave/APTN’s Little Bird won 13 television honours at the 2024 Canadian Screen Awards:  including: Best Drama Series; Best Direction, Drama Series, presented by Playback; Best Supporting Performer, Drama for Braeden Clarke; and Best Lead Performer, Drama Series, presented by the Canada Media Fund, for Darla Contois.

CTV’s comedy show Children Ruin Everything won Best Lead Performer, Comedy for Meaghan Rath and Best Supporting Performer, Comedy for Ennis Esmer.   The 1st season Bria Mack  Gets A Life (Crave) took home the award for Best Comedy Series.

Film Screen Awards:

Matt Johnson’s film, BlackBerry won 14 Canadian Screen Awards: Best Motion Picture; Achievement in Direction for Matt Johnson; Performance in a Leading Role, Comedy for Jay Baruchel; and Performance in a Supporting Role, Comedy for Glenn Howerton – setting a record.

The full list of 2024 Canadian Screen Award winners can be viewed here: Canadian Screen Awards.

Academy CEO:

“Within our ever-evolving screen-based industries, we find endless wells of creativity and dedication. I stand in awe of the remarkable individuals who push the boundaries of storytelling both in front of and behind the camera. Their passion and talent are the driving forces behind the magic we witness on screen,”:Tammy Frick, CEO of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.


Denis Villeneuve, Pedro Eustache, Tonya Williams,  Lamar Johnson and Devery Jacobs,  Paul Workman, Jay Baruchel, Mark Critch, Hamza Haq, Matt Johnson, Laurence Leboeuf, and Catherine Reitman, Mae Martin, Sarah Davis, Andrew Phung, Keshia Chanté, Anne-Marie Mediwake, and Sabine Daniel.

© 2024 Photos by A.J. Lam; © 2024 Article & Layout TorontoArtsandEvents.    Reference:  Press Release. 

Mae Martin hosts the Canadian Screen Awards 2024

Tonya Williams at Canadian Screen Awards 2024 Mae Martin at Canadian Screen Awards 2024

About the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television

“The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is the largest non-profit professional arts organization in Canada with a membership of more than 4,000 emerging and established English and Francophone industry professionals. Founded in 1979, the Canadian Academy is dedicated to recognizing, celebrating, and advocating for Canadian talent in the film, television, and digital media sectors while remaining committed to nurturing all levels of talent through professional development, networking opportunities, and guidance that contribute to industry growth, inclusion, and mentorship. The Canadian Academy annually produces the Canadian Screen Awards, bringing together the screen-based industries to honour and celebrate the country’s top talent during Canadian Screen Week, as well as the Gémeaux Awards, which recognize the best in French-language television and digital media productions in Canada.” [Press Release]

Social Media for The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television:


X: @TheCdnAcademy

Instagram: @thecdnacademy

© 2024 Photos by A.J. Lam; © 2024 Article & Layout TorontoArtsandEvents.    Reference:  Press Release. 


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