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4th Canadian Screen Awards

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Hosted by  Norm Macdonald
Best Dramatic Series  19-2
Date  13 March 2016
Host  Norm Macdonald
Best Motion Picture  Room
Best Comedy Series  Schitt's Creek
Other ceremonies  2015, 2017
Producer  Barry Avrich
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Most awards  Film: Room (9) TV: Schitt's Creek (9)
Most nominations  Film: Room (11) TV: Schitt's Creek (15)
Location  Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, St. Lawrence, Toronto, Canada

The 4th Canadian Screen Awards was held on March 13, 2016, to honour achievements in Canadian film, television and digital media production in 2015.

Nominations were announced on January 19, 2016. Awards in many of the technical categories were presented in a series of galas over the week before the main ceremony.

During the ceremony, host Norm Macdonald suggested the award be called the Candy in honour of late Canadian actor John Candy, a suggestion that was quickly accepted by winners and presenters. The nickname is comparable to the Academy Awards long being known as Oscars. The nickname has still not been officially adopted by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, although Academy chair Martin Katz personally endorsed it in a followup interview with the Toronto Star.

Special awards

Several special awards were announced in November 2015:

  • Board of Directors Award: Ivan Fecan
  • Icon Award: This Hour Has 22 Minutes
  • Digital Media Trailblazing Award: Ana Serrano
  • Gordon Sinclair Award: Mark Starowicz
  • Margaret Collier Award: Karen Walton
  • Earle Grey Award: Wendy Crewson
  • Humanitarian Award: Performing Arts Lodges
  • Lifetime Achievement Award: Martin Short
  • References

    4th Canadian Screen Awards Wikipedia


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