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Julie LeBreton, nominee for actress in a supporting role for her work in Starbuck.

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Gordon Pinsent and his daughter Leah.

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Natalie Lisinska of the television show InSecurity.

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Actress Gabrielle Miller, centre, checks her phone as she arrives.

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Actors Mark O'Brien and Georgina Reilly ham it up on the red carpet.

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Actor Adam Beach and his girlfriend Leah.

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Roxana Condurache, nominated for supporting actress for The Whistleblower.

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Anne Emond, Claude Jutra Award winner for Nuit #1.

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Garret Dillahunt, nominee for best actor for Oliver Sherman, and his wife Michelle Hurd.

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Director Philippe Falardeau with his awards for Monsieur Lazhar.

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David Cronenberg, nominee for achievement in direction for A Dangerous Method.

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Jean-Marc Vallée, nominee for original screenplay and best motion picture for Café de Flore.

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Director Philippe Falardeau, left, of the film Monsieur Lazhar and actor Viggo Mortensen of the film A Dangerous Method hold their Genie awards behind a Montreal Canadiens flag.

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Helene Florent, nominee for supporting actress for Café de Flore.

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Producers Luc Dery, left, and Kim McCraw, right, director Philippe Falardeau and actress Sophie Nelisse of Monsieur Lazhar.

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Viggo Mortensen, nominee for supporting actor for A Dangerous Method.

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Presenter Jason Priestley.

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Ken Scott, left, and Martin Petit with their awards for best original screenplay for Starbuck.

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Philippe Falardeau, director of Monsieur Lazhar, reacts as he is handed his sixth award to hold at the 32nd Genie Awards in Toronto on March 8, 2012.

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