Producers Kim MCraw and Luc Déry collected the best motion picture prize at the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards (9) and Gabrielle Marion-Rivard was named best lead actress. Louise Archambault directed Gabrielle.
On a big night for Enemy, Denis Villeneuve was named best director and Sarah Gadon best supporting actress.
The psychothriller also won awards for editing, original score and cinematography.
Gabriel Arcand was named best lead actor for The Auction (Le Démantelement) while Gordon Pinsent claimed the best supporting actor prize for The Grand Seduction.
The F-Word writer Elan Mastai won best adapted screenplay and The Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary prize was awarded to Watermark.
“Tonight we gather in the company of our country’s brightest and most glamorous talent to celebrate the best in Canadian film and television,” said Academy chair Martin Katz.
“I am honoured to celebrate and applaud this year’s outstanding nominees and winners. Their work brings us together, around screens big and small, enriching our communities through story.”
For the full list of winners including television categories click here.