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20th Genie Awards

20th Genie Awards
Date 2000
Host Patrick McKenna

The 20th Genie Awards were held in 2000 to honour films released in 1999. The ceremony was hosted by Patrick McKenna.

Nominees and winners

The Genie Award winner in each category is shown in bold text.
Motion Picture Direction
Actor in a leading role Actress in a leading role
Actor in a supporting role Actress in a supporting role
Original Screenplay Adapted Screenplay
Best Feature Length Documentary Best Short Documentary
Best Live Action Short Drama Best Animated Short
Art Direction/Production Design Cinematography
Costume Design Editing
Overall Sound Sound Editing
  • Blue ribbon Daniel Pellerin, Keith Elliott, Glen Gauthier and Peter Kelly, Sunshine
  • Serge Beauchemin, Bernard Gariépy Strobl and Hans Peter Strobl, Souvenirs intimes
  • Michel Descombes, Jo Caron, Michel Charron and Gavin Fernandes, The Last Breath
  • Philip Norman Stall, Martin Lee and Lou Solakofski, The Five Senses
  • Daniel Pellerin, Keith Elliott, Peter Kelly and Brian Simmons, Felicia's Journey
  • Blue ribbon Jane Tattersall, Fred Brennan, Dina Eaton, Andy Malcolm and David McCallum, Sunshine
  • Louis Dupire, Diane Boucher, Jérôme Décarie, Christian Rivest and Alice Wright, The Last Breath
  • Alastair Gray, Donna Powell and Clive Turner, The Divine Ryans
  • Janice Ierulli, Terry Burke, Ed Douglas, Garrett Kerr and Angie Pajek, The Five Senses
  • Steve Munro, Sue Conley, Andy Malcolm, Tim Roberts and David Drainie Taylor, Felicia's Journey
Achievement in Music: Original Score Achievement in Music: Original Song
Special awards
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