Xavier Dolan and Mommy sweep 17th annual Jutra Awards

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Xavier Dolan’s Mommy was nominated for 11 Jutra Awards, Quebec’s top film prize, and last night won 9. Mommy won nearly every major category and Pierre-Yves Cardinal won Best Supporting Actor in another Dolan film, Tom at the Farm.  Xavier Dolan is now tied with Philippe Falardeau and Denis Villeneuve as the only two directors to win 2 Jutra Awards for Best Feature Film.  Ricardo Trogi’s coming of age film, 1987, won 3 Jutra Awards.

Meilleur film / Best Film

  • 1987
  • 3 histoires d’Indiens
  • Mommy
  • Tom à la ferme
  • Tu dors Nicole

Meilleure réalisation / Best Director

  • Xavier Dolan, Mommy
  • Xavier Dolan, Tom à la ferme
  • Stéphane Lafleur, Tu dors Nicole
  • Rober Morin, 3 histoires d’Indiens
  • Denis Villeneuve, Enemy

Meilleure actrice / Best Actress

  • Julianne Côté,Tu dors Nicole
  • Anne Dorval, Mommy
  • Laurence Leboeuf, La petite reine
  • Joëlle Paré-Beaulieu, Qu’est-ce qu’on fait ici ?
  • Lise Roy, Tom à la ferme

Meilleur acteur / Best Actor

  • Walter Borden, Gerontophilia
  • Jean-Carl Boucher, 1987
  • Guy Nadon, L’ange gardien
  • Antoine Olivier Pilon, Mommy
  • Patrice Robitaille, La petite reine

Meilleure actrice de soutien / Best Supporting Actress

  • Suzanne Clément, Mommy
  • Catherine St-Laurent ,Tu dors Nicole
  • Sandrine Bisson,1987
  • Evelyne Brochu, Tom à la ferme
  • Dalal Ata, Arwad

Meilleur acteur de soutien / Best Supporting Actor

  • Francis La Haye, Tu dors Nicole
  • Pierre-Yves Cardinal, Tom à la ferme
  • Stephen McHattie, Meetings with a young poet
  • Robin Aubert, Miraculum
  • Patrick Hivon, L’ange gardien

Meilleur scénario / Best Screenplay

  • Stéphane Lafleur, Tu dors Nicole
  • Xavier Dolan, Mommy
  • Ricardo Trogi,1987
  • Xavier Dolan et Michel Marc Bouchard, Tom à la ferme
  • Robert Morin, 3 histoires d’Indiens

Film s’étant le plus illustré à l’extérieur du Québec

  • Bruce LaBruce, Gerontophilia
  • Stéphane Lafleur, Tu dors Nicole
  • Don McKellar, The Grand Seduction
  • Xavier Dolan, Mommy
  • Xavier Dolan, Tom à la ferme

Meilleure direction de la photographie / Best Cinematography

  • Nicolas Bolduc – Enemy
  • Mathieu Laverdière – Henri Henri
  • Sara Mishara – Tu dors Nicole
  • André Turpin – Mommy
  • André Turpin – Tom à la ferme

Meilleure direction artistique / Best Artistic Direction

  • Marie-Claude Gosselin, Henri Henri
  • Guy Lalande, The Grand Seduction
  • Colombe Raby, Mommy
  • Patrice Vermette, 1987
  • Patrice Vermette, Enemy

Meilleur son / Best Sound

  • La petite reine
  • 3 histoires d’Indiens
  • Tu dors Nicole
  • Arwad
  • Uvanga

Meilleur montage / Best Editing

  • Glenn Berman, Uvanga
  • Xavier Dolan, Mommy
  • Michel Giroux, 3 histoires d’Indiens
  • Louis-Philippe Rathé, La petite reine
  • Yvann Thibaudeau, 1987

Meilleure musique originale / Best Original Music

  • Alain Auger, Uvanga
  • Jeff Barnaby, Joe Barrucco, Rhymes for Young Ghouls
  • Michel Corriveau, Exil
  • Patrice Dubuc, Gaëtan Gravel, Meetings With a Young Poet
  • Rémy Nadeau-Aubin, Organ Mood (Christophe Lamarche-Ledoux), Tu dors Nicole

Meilleurs costumes / Best Costumes

  • Francesca Chamberland, Henri Henri
  • Xavier Dolan, Mommy
  • Valérie Lévesque, 1987
  • Véronique Marchessault, Maïna
  • Denis Sperdouklis, The Grand Seduction

Meilleur maquillage / Best Make-up

  • Brigitte Bilodeau, Maïna
  • Kathryn Casault, Annick Legout, Tom à la ferme
  • Danielle Huard, La garde
  • Lizane Lasalle, Henri Henri
  • Colleen Quinton, Meetings With a Young Poet

Meilleure coiffure / Best Hair

  • Réjean Forget, Cynthia Patton, Maïna
  • Daniel Jacob, 1987
  • Ann-Louise Landry, Miraculum
  • Martin Lapointe, Henri Henri
  • Ghislaine Sant, Love Projet

Meilleur long métrage documentaire / Best Documentary

  • Autoportrait sans moi, Danic Champoux
  • Bà nôi, Khoa Lê
  • De prisons en prisons, Steve Patry
  • La marche à suivre, Jean-François Caissy
  • Le mystère Macpherson, Serge Giguère

Meilleur court ou moyen métrage de fiction

  • Anatomie – Patrick Bossé
  • Chaloupe – Sophie B Jacques
  • Mynarski chute mortelle – Matthew Rankin
  • Suivre la piste du renard – Simon Laganière
  • Toutes des connes – François Jaros

Meilleur court ou moyen métrage d’animation

  • Jutra – Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre
  • Lucky and Finnegan – Davide Di Saro
  • Migration – Fluorescent Hill
  • Nul poisson où aller – Nicola Lemay, Janice Nadeau
  • Soif, Michèle Cournoyer

Jutra Billet d’or

  • Xavier Dolan, Mommy

Jutra hommage

  • André Melançon

  • Chris

    Why not cover the Canadian Screen Awards as well, where Mommy won a handful of trophies as well?

  • Chris

    It won the same number of CSAs: 9.

  • Danny

    “One of the few major categories lost by Mommy was awarded for to Pierre-Yves Cardinal, Best Supporting Actor in another Dolan film, Tom at the Farm.”

    “Mommy” wasn’t up for Best Supporting Actor. It lost Best Actor to “1987”.

  • “Mommy” wasn’t up for Best Supporting Actor. It lost Best Actor to “1987”.

    I posted this at 1 a.m. My blurred wording is changed now to: “Mommy won nearly every major category and Pierre-Yves Cardinal won Best Supporting Actor in another Dolan film, Tom at the Farm.”

    Why not cover the Canadian Screen Awards as well, where Mommy won a handful of trophies as well?

    Chris, That was a week after the Oscars. I was still having trouble remembering that I needed to eat. The CSA just slipped past me.

    (I think I was keeping an eye out for the Genie Awards, but forgot the Genie Film awards merged with the Gemini TV awards 2 years ago).

  • Here are the major nominees and winners of this year’s Canadian Screen Awards, held March 1.

    Motion Picture
    Mommy
    Cast No Shadow
    Fall
    In Her Place
    Maps to the Stars
    Tu dors Nicole (You’re Sleeping, Nicole)

    Direction
    Xavier Dolan, Mommy
    David Cronenberg, Maps to the Stars
    Atom Egoyan, The Captive
    Stéphane Lafleur, Tu dors Nicole
    Albert Shin, In Her Place

    Actor in a leading role
    Antoine Olivier Pilon, Mommy
    Evan Bird, Maps to the Stars
    Bruce Greenwood, Elephant Song
    Michael Murphy, Fall
    Ryan Reynolds, The Captive

    Actress in a leading role
    Anne Dorval, Mommy
    Ahn Ji Hye, In Her Place
    Julianne Côté, Tu dors Nicole
    Julianne Moore, Maps to the Stars
    Yoon Da Kyung, In Her Place

    Actor in a supporting role
    John Cusack, Maps to the Stars
    Justin Chatwin, Bang Bang Baby
    Kris Demeanor, The Valley Below
    Marc-André Grondin, Tu dors Nicole
    Robert Pattinson, Maps to the Stars

    Actress in a supporting role
    Suzanne Clément, Mommy
    Sandrine Bisson, 1987
    Kil Hae Yeon, In Her Place
    Catherine St-Laurent, Tu dors Nicole
    Mia Wasikowska, Maps to the Stars

    Original Screenplay
    Xavier Dolan, Mommy
    Atom Egoyan and David Fraser, The Captive
    Pearl Ball-Harding and Albert Shin, In Her Place
    Bruce Wagner, Maps to the Stars
    Stéphane Lafleur, Tu dors Nicole

    Adapted Screenplay
    Nicolas Billon, Elephant Song
    Scott Abramovitch, The Calling
    Joel Thomas Hynes, Cast No Shadow

    Art Direction/Production Design
    Paul Austerberry and Nigel Churcher, Pompeii
    Phillip Barker, The Captive
    Xavier Georges, Cast No Shadow
    William Layton, Fall
    Colombe Raby, Mommy

    Cinematography
    André Turpin, Mommy
    Norayr Kasper, Fall
    Mathieu Laverdière, Henri Henri
    Luc Montpellier, It Was You Charlie
    Michel La Veaux, Meetings with a Young Poet

    Costume Design
    Wendy Partridge, Pompeii
    Valérie Levesque, 1987
    Francesca Chamberland, Henri Henri
    Xavier Dolan, Mommy
    Sarah Dunsworth, Trailer Park Boys: Don’t Legalize It

    Editing
    Xavier Dolan, Mommy
    Greg Ng, Afflicted
    Arthur Tarnowski, Henri Henri
    Albert Shin, In Her Place
    Ron Sanders, Maps to the Stars

    Achievement in Music: Original Score
    Howard Shore, Maps to the Stars
    Jeffrey Morrow, Cast No Shadow
    Dan Mangan and Jesse Zubot, Hector and the Search for Happiness
    Patrick Lavoie, Henri Henri
    Patrice Dubuc and Gaëtan Gravel, Meetings with a Young Poet

    Achievement in Make-Up
    Mommy
    1987
    Henri Henri
    Meetings with a Young Poet
    Trailer Park Boys: Don’t Legalize It

    Achievement in Visual Effects
    Pompeii
    Afflicted
    Wet Bum

    Feature Length Documentary
    Super Duper Alice Cooper
    Fermières
    La marche à suivre
    Marinoni

  • Christophe

    Award shows are so last month…

  • The kid’s a force to be reckoned with. I can’t wait to see what he gets from Chastain, Sarandon and Kathy Bates.

    Too bad Mommy wasn’t appreciated at the Oscars, but really no big deal – he’ll be the second Canadian (and first real artist) to win BD. No offence to J Cameron, but Dolan is Matisse to Cameron’s PT Barnum.

    “Award shows are so last month…”

    True, but so are snipe comments like this, Christophe. 🙂
    Up here in igloo land we kept to the old award schedule (remember the sunny & balmy March/April Oscars?) Besides, it’s festival season revving up soon.

  • Richard

    Antoine Olivier Pilon did win Best Actor for Mommy.

  • thanks, Richard. I had a bad source. Fixed now.

  • Marshall Flores

    Too bad Mommy wasn’t appreciated at the Oscars, but really no big deal – he’ll be the second Canadian (and first real artist) to win BD. No offence to J Cameron, but Dolan is Matisse to Cameron’s PT Barnum.

    All due respect to Dolan, but I think Sarah Polley is higher in the pecking order of potential Canucks winning BD. (If Dolan is Matisse and Cameron is Barnum, that probably makes Polley Mary Cassatt?)

  • “All due respect to Dolan, but I think Sarah Polley is higher in the pecking order of potential Canucks winning BD”.

    Marshall, I’ll even add Denis Villeneuve to that list.

  • Alan of Montreal

    Don’t forget Jean-Marc Vallee

  • And let’s not forget David Cronenberg :p

  • Marshall Flores

    Oof, I love bizzare, body horror prime Cronenberg. But unless you happen to be David Lean (or perhaps in the near-future David O. Russell – ugh), AMPAS doesn’t seem to take too kindly to awarding Davids (Cronenberg, Lynch, Fincher). That’s not all bad, though – they’d be in great company if none of them ever end up winning an Oscar.

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