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  • ACTRA & Producers reach agreement
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Following several days of negotiations the Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA), Association des producteurs de films et de télévision du Québec (APFTQ) and ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) today announced that they have reached a renewed Independent Production Agreement (IPA). This deal is a win-win for Producers and ACTRA Members.

  • Four ex Canadian PMs share stage as judges at prime minister competition
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Four ex-prime ministers were set to share the stage Tuesday for this year’s taping of "The Next Great Canadian Prime Minister," a TV competition aimed at finding a young Canadian with big-time leadership qualities.

  • Movie Income Fund Q4 profit rises
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Movie Distribution Income Fund (TSX:FLM.UN) said Wednesday the limited partnership’s fourth-quarter profit rose to $18 million from $14.1 million a year earlier, primarily on foreign exchange gains.

  • Production begins ‘Kids in America’
    Tuesday February 20th 2007

    Start of production begins this week on the comedy "Kids in America," Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment announced today. The film, starring Topher Grace ("In Good Company," upcoming "Spider-Man 3") as recent college graduate Matt Franklin, follows Matt, his twin sister and his best friend during their misadventures at a raucous Labor Day party in 1988.

  • Shaw Resumes CTF Monthly Payments
    Tuesday February 20th 2007

    Jim Shaw, Chief Executive Officer of Shaw Communications Inc. appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage today to announce that Shaw will resume monthly payments to the CTF as outlined in Circular No. 426. The Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA) is extremely pleased that its efforts and strong leadership in defense of the economic and cultural importance of quality Canadian programming has generated results.

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Archives for: February 20075
  • ACTRA & Producers reach agreement
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Following several days of negotiations the Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA), Association des producteurs de films et de télévision du Québec (APFTQ) and ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) today announced that they have reached a renewed Independent Production Agreement (IPA). This deal is a win-win for Producers and ACTRA Members.

  • Four ex Canadian PMs share stage as judges at prime minister competition
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Four ex-prime ministers were set to share the stage Tuesday for this year’s taping of "The Next Great Canadian Prime Minister," a TV competition aimed at finding a young Canadian with big-time leadership qualities.

  • Movie Income Fund Q4 profit rises
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Movie Distribution Income Fund (TSX:FLM.UN) said Wednesday the limited partnership’s fourth-quarter profit rose to $18 million from $14.1 million a year earlier, primarily on foreign exchange gains.

  • Production begins ‘Kids in America’
    Tuesday February 20th 2007

    Start of production begins this week on the comedy "Kids in America," Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment announced today. The film, starring Topher Grace ("In Good Company," upcoming "Spider-Man 3") as recent college graduate Matt Franklin, follows Matt, his twin sister and his best friend during their misadventures at a raucous Labor Day party in 1988.

  • Shaw Resumes CTF Monthly Payments
    Tuesday February 20th 2007

    Jim Shaw, Chief Executive Officer of Shaw Communications Inc. appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage today to announce that Shaw will resume monthly payments to the CTF as outlined in Circular No. 426. The Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA) is extremely pleased that its efforts and strong leadership in defense of the economic and cultural importance of quality Canadian programming has generated results.

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Archives for: February 20075
  • ACTRA & Producers reach agreement
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Following several days of negotiations the Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA), Association des producteurs de films et de télévision du Québec (APFTQ) and ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) today announced that they have reached a renewed Independent Production Agreement (IPA). This deal is a win-win for Producers and ACTRA Members.

  • Four ex Canadian PMs share stage as judges at prime minister competition
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Four ex-prime ministers were set to share the stage Tuesday for this year’s taping of "The Next Great Canadian Prime Minister," a TV competition aimed at finding a young Canadian with big-time leadership qualities.

  • Movie Income Fund Q4 profit rises
    Wednesday February 21st 2007

    Movie Distribution Income Fund (TSX:FLM.UN) said Wednesday the limited partnership’s fourth-quarter profit rose to $18 million from $14.1 million a year earlier, primarily on foreign exchange gains.

  • Production begins ‘Kids in America’
    Tuesday February 20th 2007

    Start of production begins this week on the comedy "Kids in America," Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment announced today. The film, starring Topher Grace ("In Good Company," upcoming "Spider-Man 3") as recent college graduate Matt Franklin, follows Matt, his twin sister and his best friend during their misadventures at a raucous Labor Day party in 1988.

  • Shaw Resumes CTF Monthly Payments
    Tuesday February 20th 2007

    Jim Shaw, Chief Executive Officer of Shaw Communications Inc. appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage today to announce that Shaw will resume monthly payments to the CTF as outlined in Circular No. 426. The Canadian Film and Television Production Association (CFTPA) is extremely pleased that its efforts and strong leadership in defense of the economic and cultural importance of quality Canadian programming has generated results.

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