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Genie Award for Best Achievement in Cinematography

The Genie Award for Best Achievement in Cinematography is awarded by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television to the best Canadian film cinematography.

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  • André Turpin, Incendies
  • Bernard Couture, 10½
  • Ronald Plante, Piché: entre ciel et terre
  • Claudine Sauvé, The Wild Hunt
  • Stéphanie Weber-Biron, Les Amours imaginaires
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