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Genie Awards Western Nominee Reception Vancouver

Mar 16, 2005

By Catherine Barr


The Genie Awards, Canada's salute to movies, were handed out Monday night in Toronto. Last week, Western Nominees were honoured in Vancouver with a special reception at the Met hotel. Congrats to Bart Simpson and the gang from "The Corporation" who won best documentary and Terry Frewer who won for best score for "Head in the Clouds".

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Academy vice chair for the western division Terry McEvoy (left) congratulated "Dog Walker" directory nominee James Genn.
Lions Gate Studio's Peter Leitch (left) met up with nominee Rebecca Jenkins and Joel Bakan whose book was the basis for the Genie winning documentary "The Corporation".
Genie winner Terry Frewer, seen here with sound nominee Miguel Nunes, took home the statue for best original score for "Head in the Clouds".


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