MemoiresAffectives won four awards, including best picture,and Ma Vie En Cinemascope won five asQuebecois filmmaking celebrated its own at the Prix Jutra in Montreal on Sundaynight.

Memoiresproducer Barbara Shrier accepted the Best Filmprize while director Francis Leclerc took Best Director, lead Roy Dupuis BestActor and Glenn Berman earned Best Editing. Meantime, Cinemascope won for Best Actress for lead Pascale Bussieres as wellas prizes for production design, sound, make-up and hair - a new category thisyear.

LesAiments won three prizes including best supportingactress for Sylvie Moreau and EllesEtaient Cinq earned two includingBest Screenplay for Yves Pelletier and Best Score. Le Dernier Tunnel's Jean Lapointe won Best Supporting Actor while Nouvelle-France won Best Costumes. Thecinematography prize went to The BlueButterfly.

Best Documentary honours went to What Remains Of Us by Francois Prevostand Hugo Latulippe, a look at life in Tibet under occupation by the People'sRepublic of China. The SEARS Golden Ticket Jutra went to outdoor comedy Camping Sauvage as the year's highestgrossing Quebecois film while Denys Arcand's The Barbarian Invasions was awarded the Jutra for highestinternational gross for the second year in a row. Mario Fortin, proprietor ofMontreal's Cinema Beaubien was a special Jutra in appreciation of his supportfor Quebecois cinema.