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  • HGTV Canada, U.S. pair up on new series
    Wednesday May 27th 2009

    TORONTO HGTV U.S. has a makeover idea for changing times: Share new series concepts and costs as you co-produce more Canadian-made shows with sister HGTV Canada. Over the past year, HGTV U.S. bought the first seasons of seven Canadian property- and design-themed shows, including the top-rated “Income Property,” and[…]

  • Starz gets $20.6 mil govenment boost
    Wednesday May 27th 2009

    Starz Media’s Starz Animation Toronto, one of Canada’s largest toon studios, has received a C$23 million ($20.6 million) boost from the provincial government’s Next Generation of Jobs Fund, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty announced Tuesday. Elton John and his Toronto-born partner David Furnish were on hand to tubthump the studio, which is creating characters for CG musical “Gnomeo and Juliet,” produced by their Rocket Pictures and Miramax.

  • Young Quebec filmmaker garners three awards at Cannes film fest
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    It’s an exhilarating start to a promising career for a young Quebec filmmaker who scored a hat trick at the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, a sidebar of the Cannes Film Festival, for his French-language film “I Killed my Mother.” The screenplay, by 20-year-old Xavier Dolan, took the Art Cinema prize, the Regards Jeunes award and the SACD prize for best French-language film.

  • Canadian TV buyers wrap up
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    TORONTO – The Canadians have virtually wrapped their business at the LA Screenings, before flying home Sunday with the latest U.S. series for their own local fall schedule presentations next week. Main players CTV and Canwest Global as in past years bought along studio lines via output deals. And they managed[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/22/09 to 05/24/09
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    FilmTotalNight at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Fox$53,500,000Terminator Salvation, WB$43,010,000Star Trek, Par.$22,783,000Angels & Demons, Sony$21,800,000Dance Flick, Par.$10,734,000X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Fox$7,950,000Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, WB (NL)$3,810,000Obsessed, SGem$1,975,000Monsters Vs. Aliens, P/DW$1,417,00017 Again, WB$1,010,000

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  • HGTV Canada, U.S. pair up on new series
    Wednesday May 27th 2009

    TORONTO HGTV U.S. has a makeover idea for changing times: Share new series concepts and costs as you co-produce more Canadian-made shows with sister HGTV Canada. Over the past year, HGTV U.S. bought the first seasons of seven Canadian property- and design-themed shows, including the top-rated “Income Property,” and[…]

  • Starz gets $20.6 mil govenment boost
    Wednesday May 27th 2009

    Starz Media’s Starz Animation Toronto, one of Canada’s largest toon studios, has received a C$23 million ($20.6 million) boost from the provincial government’s Next Generation of Jobs Fund, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty announced Tuesday. Elton John and his Toronto-born partner David Furnish were on hand to tubthump the studio, which is creating characters for CG musical “Gnomeo and Juliet,” produced by their Rocket Pictures and Miramax.

  • Young Quebec filmmaker garners three awards at Cannes film fest
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    It’s an exhilarating start to a promising career for a young Quebec filmmaker who scored a hat trick at the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, a sidebar of the Cannes Film Festival, for his French-language film “I Killed my Mother.” The screenplay, by 20-year-old Xavier Dolan, took the Art Cinema prize, the Regards Jeunes award and the SACD prize for best French-language film.

  • Canadian TV buyers wrap up
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    TORONTO – The Canadians have virtually wrapped their business at the LA Screenings, before flying home Sunday with the latest U.S. series for their own local fall schedule presentations next week. Main players CTV and Canwest Global as in past years bought along studio lines via output deals. And they managed[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/22/09 to 05/24/09
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    FilmTotalNight at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Fox$53,500,000Terminator Salvation, WB$43,010,000Star Trek, Par.$22,783,000Angels & Demons, Sony$21,800,000Dance Flick, Par.$10,734,000X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Fox$7,950,000Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, WB (NL)$3,810,000Obsessed, SGem$1,975,000Monsters Vs. Aliens, P/DW$1,417,00017 Again, WB$1,010,000

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Archives for: May 20095
  • HGTV Canada, U.S. pair up on new series
    Wednesday May 27th 2009

    TORONTO HGTV U.S. has a makeover idea for changing times: Share new series concepts and costs as you co-produce more Canadian-made shows with sister HGTV Canada. Over the past year, HGTV U.S. bought the first seasons of seven Canadian property- and design-themed shows, including the top-rated “Income Property,” and[…]

  • Starz gets $20.6 mil govenment boost
    Wednesday May 27th 2009

    Starz Media’s Starz Animation Toronto, one of Canada’s largest toon studios, has received a C$23 million ($20.6 million) boost from the provincial government’s Next Generation of Jobs Fund, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty announced Tuesday. Elton John and his Toronto-born partner David Furnish were on hand to tubthump the studio, which is creating characters for CG musical “Gnomeo and Juliet,” produced by their Rocket Pictures and Miramax.

  • Young Quebec filmmaker garners three awards at Cannes film fest
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    It’s an exhilarating start to a promising career for a young Quebec filmmaker who scored a hat trick at the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, a sidebar of the Cannes Film Festival, for his French-language film “I Killed my Mother.” The screenplay, by 20-year-old Xavier Dolan, took the Art Cinema prize, the Regards Jeunes award and the SACD prize for best French-language film.

  • Canadian TV buyers wrap up
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    TORONTO – The Canadians have virtually wrapped their business at the LA Screenings, before flying home Sunday with the latest U.S. series for their own local fall schedule presentations next week. Main players CTV and Canwest Global as in past years bought along studio lines via output deals. And they managed[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 05/22/09 to 05/24/09
    Tuesday May 26th 2009

    FilmTotalNight at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Fox$53,500,000Terminator Salvation, WB$43,010,000Star Trek, Par.$22,783,000Angels & Demons, Sony$21,800,000Dance Flick, Par.$10,734,000X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Fox$7,950,000Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, WB (NL)$3,810,000Obsessed, SGem$1,975,000Monsters Vs. Aliens, P/DW$1,417,00017 Again, WB$1,010,000

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