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The Golden Globes may be behind us, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty more excuses to judge the last year in media. The nominations for this year's Canadian Screen Awards are now up. All of the best Canadian television and film from the past year is being celebrated. So, who's at the top of the ticket?
"Mommy," and "Orphan Black" are in the lead, with 13 nominations each. "Mommy" is a film about a single mom raising a troubled teenage son, and "Orphan Black" is an action packed sci fi show about a clone who doesn't know she's a clone.
Also nominated for this year is David Cronenberg's film "Maps to the Stars," which debuted at TIFF back in the fall, and TV shows "Call Me Fitz" and "Mr. D." You can see all of this year's nominees here.