Comedian Steve Patterson resumed his hosting duties on March 5, 2014, for the second of two 2014 Canadian Screen Awards Industry Gala’s.
Following up on the excitement built during the previous evening, the second gala celebrated achievements in the Drama, Children’s or Youth, Comedy and Variety categories. A total of 43 awards were presented that evening, including previously announced awards: the Margaret Collier Award to Semi Chellas, the Outstanding Technical Achievement Award to CTV News’ iGateway, the Earle Grey Award to Colm Feore, and the Academy Board of Directors’ Tribute to Ted Kotcheff.
The big winner that evening was the critically-acclaimed show Orphan Black, taking home eight awards: Best Dramatic Series Direction (John Fawcett), Best Writing in a Dramatic Series (Graeme Manson), Best Supporting Actor in a Drama (Jordan Gavaris), Best Supporting Actress in a Drama (Maria Doyle Kennedy), Best Guest Performance in a Drama (Natalie Lisinska), Best Photography in a Drama (Aaron Morton), Best Picture Editing in a Drama (D. Gillian Truster), and Best Production Design in a Fiction Program (Andy Loew & Ian Brock).
A variety of other productions made their mark during the award show as well. Bomb Girls took home two awards that evening: Best Casting and Best Costume Design. Toronto-based director Sudz Sutherland took home Best Direction in a Dramatic Program for The Phantoms, while Borealis took Best Dramatic Mini-Series/TV Movie. Katie Boland took home the award for Best Performance in a Digital Media Program for her work on Long Story Short, a web show she created. Long running show Degrassi took home all four awards it was nominated for.
Check out all the moments with guests and award winners on the red carpet. Click photos to enlarge.