Nov 29, 2020
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Filmport opening ceremony postponed

The planned ceremonial opening for Toronto’s Filmport has been postponed due to a conflict with Mayor Miller’s appearance before a Senate Committee hearing on controversial Bill C-10.

The Mayor was to officiate at the Filmport event on June 5th, but has been asked by the mayors of other Canadian cities to lead a delegation against legislation that threatens to censor film production nation-wide.

Filmport has said that it applauds the Mayor’s actions in speaking out on behalf of the film industry. Mayor Miller has been a staunch supporter of the company and they will not cut the ribbon without him.

Tedco and Filmport are working with the Mayor’s office to arrange an alternative date for the ceremony.

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Front Page, Industry News

Filmport opening ceremony postponed

The planned ceremonial opening for Toronto’s Filmport has been postponed due to a conflict with Mayor Miller’s appearance before a Senate Committee hearing on controversial Bill C-10.

The Mayor was to officiate at the Filmport event on June 5th, but has been asked by the mayors of other Canadian cities to lead a delegation against legislation that threatens to censor film production nation-wide.

Filmport has said that it applauds the Mayor’s actions in speaking out on behalf of the film industry. Mayor Miller has been a staunch supporter of the company and they will not cut the ribbon without him.

Tedco and Filmport are working with the Mayor’s office to arrange an alternative date for the ceremony.

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Front Page, Industry News

Filmport opening ceremony postponed

The planned ceremonial opening for Toronto’s Filmport has been postponed due to a conflict with Mayor Miller’s appearance before a Senate Committee hearing on controversial Bill C-10.

The Mayor was to officiate at the Filmport event on June 5th, but has been asked by the mayors of other Canadian cities to lead a delegation against legislation that threatens to censor film production nation-wide.

Filmport has said that it applauds the Mayor’s actions in speaking out on behalf of the film industry. Mayor Miller has been a staunch supporter of the company and they will not cut the ribbon without him.

Tedco and Filmport are working with the Mayor’s office to arrange an alternative date for the ceremony.

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