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Your 2018 Screen Nova Scotia Award winners

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Women in Film and Television-Atlantic's Pamela Seggert and Kimberlee McTaggart with Donna Davies (centre), the first winner of WIFT-AT's Best Director award. - MICHAEL TOMPKINS
  • Michael Tompkins
  • Women in Film and Television-Atlantic's Pamela Seggert and Kimberlee McTaggart with Donna Davies (centre), the first winner of WIFT-AT's Best Director award.
The annual Screen Nova Scotia Awards were handed out at the Casino last night, with Cory Bowles' Black Cop, opening in Halifax June 1, winning Best Feature and the recently renewed Pure nabbing Best Television Series. The late actor John Dunsworth's family was on hand to help announce the John Dunsworth Screen Actor's Fund, in support of developing Nova Scotia performers.

Best Feature Film: Black Cop (Blac Op Films)
Best Television Series: Pure (Two East Productions)
Best Documentary Film: Sickboy (Dream Street Pictures)
Best Short Film: Thug (Oneiric Films/Make Your Day Productions)
Best Animated Series: If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Female Role:
Jennie Raymond, Sex & Violence
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Male Role:
Simon Paul Mutabazi, Thug
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Female Role:
Shelley Thompson, The Child Remains
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Male Role:
Emmanuel John, Thug
WIFT-AT Award for Best Director: Donna Davies, High Hopes
Film Crew Excellence Award: Kevin Lewis, scenic artist
Community Recognition Award:
VanEssa Roberts & the Town of Windsor, Nova Scotia
DANS Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Animation:
Lorna Kirk, Him