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2004 Genie Awards Western Nominees Reception

Mar 31, 2004

By Catherine Barr


Canadian films may not have big Hollywood budgets, but when it comes to pure talent, they're worth their weight in gold. On March 31, at the Metropolitan Hotel, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television held the 2004 Genie Awards - Western Nominees Reception in honour of those outstanding individuals who do our country proud. The final awards show takes place on Saturday May 1. Good luck to all involved.

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You may recognize Charles Martin Smith (right) from his movie roles in "American Graffiti" and "The Untouchables" with Sean Connery. This night he received congrats from host Terry David Mulligan for directing and screenwriting the film "The Snow Walker".
Charles Martin Smith - nominated twice for "The Snow Walker".
Brad Phillips (left), Charles Martin Smith and Terry David Mulligan.
Best Supporting Actress nominee Meredith McGeachie (left) got a nod for her role in "Punch". She celebrated with friend April Telek and fellow nominee Gregory Middleton, "Falling Angels" cinematographer.
Academy member Judy Jackson-Rink was thankful for sponsors like Roger Reid of Kodak who helped make the evening possible.
CityTV producer Marni Wedin (left), Andrea Moore and Kristen Button now await the big final awards night on May 1.
Actor Adrien Dorval, star of "Lonesome Joe", was thrilled to see the film nominated for Best Live Action Short Drama.


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