Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black And It’s Only The End Of The World Win Big At The Canadian Screen Awards

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Tatiana Maslany valid she’s some-more than only a TV singer final night during a Canadian Screen Awards, as she picked adult dual trophies. Everyone approaching she’d win for a strike TV array Orphan Black of course, after all she’d won in a prior 3 years as good for a role, though she also won a best singer prize for her purpose in a film The Other Half as well. In a end, it was Orphan Black holding home a many trophies this year, with 9 altogether. 

The other large leader of a dusk was Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only The End of a World, holding home 6 trophies in total, including Best suit Picture. Like Maslany, Dolan has been a tie during a Canadian Screen Awards, nonetheless this year he couldn’t attend to explain his award. His categorical foe on a dusk was a bio pic Race, formed on a story of Jesse Owens during a 1936 Berlin Olympics. Lead star Stephan James took home a best actor statue for his description of a American hero. The biggest warn of a night was a array Letterkenny holding home a best comedy prize over favourites Kim’s Convenience and Schitt’s Creek.

A lot of emotions were played out on theatre via a evening, including some tears that were strew when Kim’s Convenience star Paul Sun-Hyung Lee supposed a endowment for Best Actor in a Comedic Role. He said “We competence have some informative differences though low down inside when it comes to family, we are all a same. I’ve never been some-more unapproachable to be a Canadian than right now.”

Howie Mandel did a good pursuit as a horde of a event, holding jabs during a fact that a CSA’s don’t have a correct nickname yet, and even formulating an Oscar like blueprint where he was terribly extrinsic into some of a nominated shows and films. He also make a large understanding of this being Canada’s 150th anniversary, and handed out a label he’d picked adult from Shopper’s Drug Mart for a throng to sign. But even he couldn’t upstage maestro actor Christopher Plummer, who supposed a lifetime feat awards. 



“I’m old,” Plummer said. “Dangerously old. I’m so aged that when we was a baby, a initial word we spoken was in Latin. I’ve spent roughly 70 years creation a dope of myself in this crazy insane contention of ours and I’ve had a time of my life.”

Like Plummer, a Canadian Screen Awards seem to only get improved with age.