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  • Toronto co-director to head Nouveau jury
    Friday September 25th 2009

    TORONTO – Toronto International Film Festival co-director Cameron Bailey is to head up the jury at the prestigious Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal next month. Bailey will be joined by U.S. filmmaker Kim Massee, Canadian filmmaker Kim N’Guyen, Lucie Amyot, programming director at Ontario French-language broadcaster TFO and Mario[…]

  • SAG elects Howard president
    Friday September 25th 2009

    Ken Howard’s election to national president of the Screen Actors Guild amounts to a repudiation of the uncompromising strategy that previous prexy Alan Rosenberg embodied during his four-year tenure. With an impressive 47% of the vote after a bitter race, Howard’s win for a two-year term sets the stage for[…]

  • Showtime, Spielberg team on series
    Thursday September 24th 2009

    Showtime and Steven Spielberg want to put on a show about putting on a Broadway show. DreamWorks TV and Showtime are in the early stages of developing a scripted series that will chronicle the development of an original Broadway musical, from its creative inception through its opening night. The intention is to then mount the tuner on the Main Stem after the series airs. Spielberg has been developing the concept for the TV-to-legit show for years, and he’s been hands-on in setting up the project at Showtime and recruiting Zadan, Meron, Shaiman and Wittman, all of whom have worked together on past projects.

  • Montrealer’s first film up for Oscar consideration
    Thursday September 24th 2009

    The honours just keep coming for 20-year-old Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan’s J’ai tue ma mere. Federal film funding agency Telefilm Canada announced that the first film from the young director has been submitted to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration in the best foreign-language film category at the Oscars. The Academy has invited 96 countries to each submit one film in this category and, once all the submissions are in, the Academy Awards organizers will whittle the long-list down to five finalists.

  • NBC to scale Canadian ‘Mountain’
    Wednesday September 23rd 2009

    NBC is heading for “The Mountain.” The network is close to greenlighting a two-hour movie/backdoor pilot from Canadian production company Muse Entertainment. The project, slated to begin shooting Oct. 21 in Montreal and Magog, Quebec, centers on a single mom with three kids who inherits a property from a supposedly dead uncle. During an impromptu visit there, they discover a treasure trove of history.

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  • Toronto co-director to head Nouveau jury
    Friday September 25th 2009

    TORONTO – Toronto International Film Festival co-director Cameron Bailey is to head up the jury at the prestigious Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal next month. Bailey will be joined by U.S. filmmaker Kim Massee, Canadian filmmaker Kim N’Guyen, Lucie Amyot, programming director at Ontario French-language broadcaster TFO and Mario[…]

  • SAG elects Howard president
    Friday September 25th 2009

    Ken Howard’s election to national president of the Screen Actors Guild amounts to a repudiation of the uncompromising strategy that previous prexy Alan Rosenberg embodied during his four-year tenure. With an impressive 47% of the vote after a bitter race, Howard’s win for a two-year term sets the stage for[…]

  • Showtime, Spielberg team on series
    Thursday September 24th 2009

    Showtime and Steven Spielberg want to put on a show about putting on a Broadway show. DreamWorks TV and Showtime are in the early stages of developing a scripted series that will chronicle the development of an original Broadway musical, from its creative inception through its opening night. The intention is to then mount the tuner on the Main Stem after the series airs. Spielberg has been developing the concept for the TV-to-legit show for years, and he’s been hands-on in setting up the project at Showtime and recruiting Zadan, Meron, Shaiman and Wittman, all of whom have worked together on past projects.

  • Montrealer’s first film up for Oscar consideration
    Thursday September 24th 2009

    The honours just keep coming for 20-year-old Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan’s J’ai tue ma mere. Federal film funding agency Telefilm Canada announced that the first film from the young director has been submitted to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration in the best foreign-language film category at the Oscars. The Academy has invited 96 countries to each submit one film in this category and, once all the submissions are in, the Academy Awards organizers will whittle the long-list down to five finalists.

  • NBC to scale Canadian ‘Mountain’
    Wednesday September 23rd 2009

    NBC is heading for “The Mountain.” The network is close to greenlighting a two-hour movie/backdoor pilot from Canadian production company Muse Entertainment. The project, slated to begin shooting Oct. 21 in Montreal and Magog, Quebec, centers on a single mom with three kids who inherits a property from a supposedly dead uncle. During an impromptu visit there, they discover a treasure trove of history.

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Archives for: September 20095
  • Toronto co-director to head Nouveau jury
    Friday September 25th 2009

    TORONTO – Toronto International Film Festival co-director Cameron Bailey is to head up the jury at the prestigious Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal next month. Bailey will be joined by U.S. filmmaker Kim Massee, Canadian filmmaker Kim N’Guyen, Lucie Amyot, programming director at Ontario French-language broadcaster TFO and Mario[…]

  • SAG elects Howard president
    Friday September 25th 2009

    Ken Howard’s election to national president of the Screen Actors Guild amounts to a repudiation of the uncompromising strategy that previous prexy Alan Rosenberg embodied during his four-year tenure. With an impressive 47% of the vote after a bitter race, Howard’s win for a two-year term sets the stage for[…]

  • Showtime, Spielberg team on series
    Thursday September 24th 2009

    Showtime and Steven Spielberg want to put on a show about putting on a Broadway show. DreamWorks TV and Showtime are in the early stages of developing a scripted series that will chronicle the development of an original Broadway musical, from its creative inception through its opening night. The intention is to then mount the tuner on the Main Stem after the series airs. Spielberg has been developing the concept for the TV-to-legit show for years, and he’s been hands-on in setting up the project at Showtime and recruiting Zadan, Meron, Shaiman and Wittman, all of whom have worked together on past projects.

  • Montrealer’s first film up for Oscar consideration
    Thursday September 24th 2009

    The honours just keep coming for 20-year-old Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan’s J’ai tue ma mere. Federal film funding agency Telefilm Canada announced that the first film from the young director has been submitted to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration in the best foreign-language film category at the Oscars. The Academy has invited 96 countries to each submit one film in this category and, once all the submissions are in, the Academy Awards organizers will whittle the long-list down to five finalists.

  • NBC to scale Canadian ‘Mountain’
    Wednesday September 23rd 2009

    NBC is heading for “The Mountain.” The network is close to greenlighting a two-hour movie/backdoor pilot from Canadian production company Muse Entertainment. The project, slated to begin shooting Oct. 21 in Montreal and Magog, Quebec, centers on a single mom with three kids who inherits a property from a supposedly dead uncle. During an impromptu visit there, they discover a treasure trove of history.

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