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Schitt’s Creek, Orphan Black and Room were the big winners at Sunday night’s Canadian Screen Awards — or should we say “The Candy’s”?

Host Norm Macdonald introduced the idea of renaming the awards in honour of late Canadian comedian John Candy at the beginning of the show, and both presenters and recipients happily embraced the idea.

Nine-year-old Jacob Tremblay, who later won Best Actor in a Leading Role for the movie Room, was the first to adopt Macdonald’s proposal as he presented the “Candy” for Best Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role to Ari Millen of the television series Orphan Black.

Room won nine awards in total Sunday night, including best actress for Brie Larson, who also won the Oscar in the same category last month. Emma Donoghue took home the Canadian Screen Award for best adapted screenplay and Joan Allen won for best supporting actress. The film also won best motion picture and achievement in directing, editing and makeup.

CBC’s Schitt’s Creek dominated the television comedy category, winning best comedy series, best actor in a continuing leading comedic role (Eugene Levy), best actress in a continuing leading comedic role (Catherine O’Hara). The series won six more Canadian Screen Awards earlier in the week, including best writing, best supporting actor and best supporting actress.

Bell Media’s Orphan Black won seven awards in the drama category throughout the week, including Tatiana Maslany‘s best actress trophy on Sunday.

Sunday’s star-studded gala finished off a week of celebrating the past year’s achievements in Canadian film, television and digital media. It was broadcast from the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto.

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I’ve added photos of Tatiana from this weekend where she was in Texas with boyfriend and costar Tom Cullen premiering their film The Other Half. Check out photos of her during the weekend as well as missing photos of her appearance at the Actra Awards last month. I will be adding videos of her from these events and Orphan Black photos tomorrow so check back.

2016: February 20 – Actra Awards
2016: March 11 – SWSX: Day 1
2016: March 12 – SWSX: Day 2
2016: March 13 – SWSX: Day 3
Photo Session #056



Nickie is a self-destructive loner ever mourning the disappearance of his younger brother. Having abandoned a life of promise in his native UK, he has subsisted by drowning grief in alcohol and violence. On the fifth anniversary of his brother’s disappearance – and on the verge of reaching his nadir – he meets Emily. The two form an immediate, inseparable bond: it is a love at first sight deepened by a shared sense of sorrow.

The Other Half will make its worldwide premiere at SXSW on March 11th, 12th, and 16th. Check out the official event page here.

Tatiana spoke about the film on ET Canada. Check out the interview here.



I’ve added the first stills to surface of Tatiana for season 4 portraying her new clone that we do not know much about. So exciting! Check them out.

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Check out Tatiana’s segment on In Conversation this last week.

Tatiana Maslany, TIFF Rising Stars alumna and critically acclaimed star of television’s Orphan Black, joins Toronto International Film Festival Artistic Director Cameron Bailey for an onstage conversation about her diverse film career and rapid rise to stardom.



The first rule of Clone Club is… talk about Clone Club! In fact, a fan’s art will be selected as the new season’s official poster for the whole world to see.

BBC America and Entertainment Weekly invite you to submit Season 4 fan art for the chance to win a grand prize of $10,000 and a private screening of the Season 4 premiere for you and your friends (and people you need favors from) in your hometown.

Plus the winning artwork will be featured as part of Orphan Black’s Season 4 marketing campaign with a print ad in Entertainment Weekly, billboards, and it’ll be plastered across BBC America on-air and Orphan Black social.

20 finalists will also receive a custom print of their artwork signed by the Orphan Black cast.

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Season 4 Fan Art Contest – Screencaps





Ari Millen officially returns in “Orphan Black” Season 4 to reprise his character as Mark Rollins. Apart from that, EP Graeme Manson reveals some details about Sarah’s lovelife despite being busy with her personal findings. Because of Beth’s death, Sarah will be urged to start her own investigation on how the clones are made.

Ari Millen officially confirms that he is set to return in the upcoming season 4 of “Orphan Black”, as mentioned on Deadline. Millen portrays the character of Mark Rollins and fans will witness his character to make a big twist in season 4.

On the other hand, Beth’s (Tatiana Maslany) death will push Sarah to begin her own investigation and figure out once and for all how the clones were made, as reported by Movie Pilot. In addition to that, she will follow Beth’s trail down the rabbit hole to find some answers. As her investigation progresses, Sarah will be alienating her loved ones. This can also lead her to revert to her old habits, going back to being irresponsible self.

Moreover, executive producer Graeme Manson teased during The Paley Fest that the production team is planning for something explosive as Sarah reconnects with Cal (Michiel Huisman), according to IB Times. Graeme hints that even though Sarah is busy with her personal mission, she will nevertheless find some time for engaging in an intimate relationship.

An actor officially returns in the 4th season of “Orphan Black”. Apart from that, the executive producer of the show teased some details about the lead character’s lovelife. Despite of the character’s busy schedule, she will find time to reconnect with someone.

“Orphan Black” Season 4 is set to return in spring 2016 with a 10-episode run exclusively on BBC. “Orphan Black” is a Canadian sci-fi TV series created by Graeme Manson and John Fawcett.
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