Stargate Universe wins big at 2012 Constellation Awards
The fans have spoken, and Stargate Universe is the runaway winner at the 2012 Constellation Awards. The series took home five of the six awards for which it was nominated.
Presented by the fan-run TCON Promotional Society (organizers of the Polaris convention), the awards focus on excellence in science fiction television and film, with an emphasis on Canadian productions. Nominations and voting in each category come from fans.
SGU‘s wins include:
Best Female Performance: Ming Na, “Epilogue”
Best Science Fiction Television Series
Best Technical Accomplishment: Joel Goldsmith, Music
Best Overall Film or Television Script: “Twin Destinies”
Outstanding Canadian Contribution to Science Fiction Film or Television
Robin Dunne (Sanctuary) hosted the awards ceremony last week at the Sheraton Parkway Hotel in Toronto, and also won for Best Male Performance (for the Sanctuary episode “Fugue”).
Check out the full break-down of votes for all the nominees at the Constellation Awards Web site.
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