The animated film Snowtime! was the top Canadian box office performer in 2015.

The 3D feature earned $3,359,425 last year, and is the latest recipient of the Cineplex Golden Screen Award for Feature Film as the year's biggest homegrown ticket draw.

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television will recognize the film at the Canadian Screen Awards on March 13.

Snowtime! centres on the kids of a small village who decide to have a massive snowball fight. Directed by Jean-François Pouliot and François Brisson, based on the classic André Melançon tale, it hit Quebec theatres in November and is set to expand across Canada on Feb. 12. 

The academy will also present Golden Screen Awards to the most-watched TV program and most-watched reality show.

The Book Of Negroes

Aunjanue Ellis and Cuba Gooding, Jr. appear in a scene from The Book of Negroes. (CBC/Entertainment One/Conquering Lion Pictures/Out of Africa Entertainment)

The finalists in the category for top series, limited series or TV movie are:

  • CBC's The Book of Negroes
  • CTV's Corner Gas: The Movie
  • CBC's Murdoch Mysteries
  • Global's Rookie Blue
  • CTV's Saving Hope

The reality show finalists are:

  • CTV's The Amazing Race Canada 
  • Global's Big Brother Canada
  • CBC's Canada's Smartest Person
  • CBC's Dragons' Den
  • CTV's MasterChef Canada

The finalists are the five top-rated programs in each genre for the 2014-2015 broadcast year, based on data from Numeris. 

Jon Montgomery

The Amazing Race Canada is hosted by Canadian Olympian Jon Montgomery, left. (Bell Media/Insight Production)