Rogers Best Canadian Film Award

The TFCA’s Rogers Best Canadian Film Award is Canada’s richest arts prize. The director of the winning film, voted by members of the TFCA, receives $100,000 from Rogers Communications Inc. The two runners-up each receive $5,000. The 2016 award went to Hugh Gibson for The Stairs.

 

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Past Winners

2016 Hugh Gibson , The Stairs

2015 Guy Madden , The Forbidden Room

2014 Denis Villeneuve , Enemy

2013 Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky , Watermark

2012 Sarah Polley , Stories We Tell

2011 Philippe Falardeau , Monsieur Lazhar

2010 Denis Villeneuve , Incendies

2009 Denis Villeneuve , Polytechnique

2008 Guy Madden , My Winnipeg

2007 Sarah Polley , Away From Her

2006 Jennifer Baichwal , Manufactured Landscapes

2005 David Cronenberg , A History of Violence

2004 Sylvain Chomet , The Triplets of Belleville

2003 David Cronenberg , Spider

2002 Zacharias Kunuk , Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner

2001 Bruce Sweeney , The Last Wedding

2000 Gary Burns , waydowntown

1999 Léa Pool , Set Me Free

1998 Don McKellar , Last Night

1997 Atom Egoyan , The Sweet Hereafter