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Genie rules often confuse

Determining exactly what qualifies for the Canadian film awards can lead to some bizarre nominations and omissions.
JOHN MCKAY, CP   2005-03-19 02:35:15  

TORONTO -- The complicated state of Canadian cinema will be on full display Monday night when the 2005 Genie Awards are presented. In the running for best picture will be two that have already earned Oscar nominations, two from Quebec that very few people in English Canada have even heard about much less seen, and a low-budget made-in-Toronto feature that played in theatres with the offer of discount coupons to lure viewers.

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