Canadian Screen Awards@Sony Centre-Sunday, March 12th, 2017
It was the fifth annual Canadian Screen Awards on Sunday night, broadcasted live from Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, with Canadian Howie Mandel hosting this year’s award ceremonies.
Each year, the Canadian Screen Awards honours the best in Canadian film and television, with winners in the Creative Fiction and Non-Fiction categories announced at previous galas held earlier this week.
The big winner of the evening was Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany, who won for her performance/ performances in that show, as well as for her role in the film The Other Half, while Orphan Black also won the CSA for Best Dramatic Series.
Highlights from this year’s show included comedian Dave Chappelle honouring “Just for Laughs” co-founders with the Icon Award, Tantoo Cardinal receiving the Earle Grey Award and stage and screen icon Christopher Plummer receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award.
We would like to thank Touchwood PR for the invitation to this event.