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  • Alberta film industry set to rebound
    Friday October 28th 2011

    And this could be just the beginning, with Herald sources suggesting two potentially star-studded productions are eyeing the area for early next year. Producers for The Storm, a western rumoured to be the directorial debut of two-time Oscar nominated actress Catherine Keener, have been in Calgary looking at locations. A Thousand Tomorrows, a Christian rodeo story with country superstar Taylor Swift in a possible lead role, is also scouting here, sources confirmed.

  • Doc Studio Contest offers filmmakers opportunity to have their short film air on TVO
    Friday October 28th 2011

    Canada’s documentary filmmakers and fans will find an invaluable online resource on October 19 with the launch of TVO’s Doc Studio. As a proud supporter of established and emerging documentary filmmakers, TVO offers this new online initiative as a platform to showcase documentary filmmakers and their work, as well as[…]

  • Corus profits rise despite sharp drop in advertising
    Thursday October 27th 2011

    A torrent of gloomy economic news from around the globe has begun to affect Canada’s media companies. As earnings reports emerge this week, it’s becoming clear that in August and September especially, there was a significant slowdown in the commercials for cars and clothes that television and radio channels depend on for a major slice of their revenues.

  • Bollywood superstar brings superhero film to Toronto
    Wednesday October 26th 2011

    The dreary weather did little to dampen the spirits of hundreds of fans of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who waited outside the TIFF Bell Light Box on Wednesday evening. They chanted his name through chattering teeth with numb fingers on their cellphone cameras, waiting for Mr. Khan to step[…]

  • Film-industry champion buys Canadian
    Tuesday October 25th 2011

    Mary Walsh got big laughs from a small crowd at a screening of Crackie at last year’s Victoria Film Festival. “At least four Canadians will see it now,” she joked after noting Sherry White’s Canadian drama in which she plays a troubled East Coast teenager’s brash, foul-mouthed grandma made it onto Toronto International Film Festival’s Top 10 list.

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Archives for: October 20115
  • Alberta film industry set to rebound
    Friday October 28th 2011

    And this could be just the beginning, with Herald sources suggesting two potentially star-studded productions are eyeing the area for early next year. Producers for The Storm, a western rumoured to be the directorial debut of two-time Oscar nominated actress Catherine Keener, have been in Calgary looking at locations. A Thousand Tomorrows, a Christian rodeo story with country superstar Taylor Swift in a possible lead role, is also scouting here, sources confirmed.

  • Doc Studio Contest offers filmmakers opportunity to have their short film air on TVO
    Friday October 28th 2011

    Canada’s documentary filmmakers and fans will find an invaluable online resource on October 19 with the launch of TVO’s Doc Studio. As a proud supporter of established and emerging documentary filmmakers, TVO offers this new online initiative as a platform to showcase documentary filmmakers and their work, as well as[…]

  • Corus profits rise despite sharp drop in advertising
    Thursday October 27th 2011

    A torrent of gloomy economic news from around the globe has begun to affect Canada’s media companies. As earnings reports emerge this week, it’s becoming clear that in August and September especially, there was a significant slowdown in the commercials for cars and clothes that television and radio channels depend on for a major slice of their revenues.

  • Bollywood superstar brings superhero film to Toronto
    Wednesday October 26th 2011

    The dreary weather did little to dampen the spirits of hundreds of fans of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who waited outside the TIFF Bell Light Box on Wednesday evening. They chanted his name through chattering teeth with numb fingers on their cellphone cameras, waiting for Mr. Khan to step[…]

  • Film-industry champion buys Canadian
    Tuesday October 25th 2011

    Mary Walsh got big laughs from a small crowd at a screening of Crackie at last year’s Victoria Film Festival. “At least four Canadians will see it now,” she joked after noting Sherry White’s Canadian drama in which she plays a troubled East Coast teenager’s brash, foul-mouthed grandma made it onto Toronto International Film Festival’s Top 10 list.

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Archives for: October 20115
  • Alberta film industry set to rebound
    Friday October 28th 2011

    And this could be just the beginning, with Herald sources suggesting two potentially star-studded productions are eyeing the area for early next year. Producers for The Storm, a western rumoured to be the directorial debut of two-time Oscar nominated actress Catherine Keener, have been in Calgary looking at locations. A Thousand Tomorrows, a Christian rodeo story with country superstar Taylor Swift in a possible lead role, is also scouting here, sources confirmed.

  • Doc Studio Contest offers filmmakers opportunity to have their short film air on TVO
    Friday October 28th 2011

    Canada’s documentary filmmakers and fans will find an invaluable online resource on October 19 with the launch of TVO’s Doc Studio. As a proud supporter of established and emerging documentary filmmakers, TVO offers this new online initiative as a platform to showcase documentary filmmakers and their work, as well as[…]

  • Corus profits rise despite sharp drop in advertising
    Thursday October 27th 2011

    A torrent of gloomy economic news from around the globe has begun to affect Canada’s media companies. As earnings reports emerge this week, it’s becoming clear that in August and September especially, there was a significant slowdown in the commercials for cars and clothes that television and radio channels depend on for a major slice of their revenues.

  • Bollywood superstar brings superhero film to Toronto
    Wednesday October 26th 2011

    The dreary weather did little to dampen the spirits of hundreds of fans of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who waited outside the TIFF Bell Light Box on Wednesday evening. They chanted his name through chattering teeth with numb fingers on their cellphone cameras, waiting for Mr. Khan to step[…]

  • Film-industry champion buys Canadian
    Tuesday October 25th 2011

    Mary Walsh got big laughs from a small crowd at a screening of Crackie at last year’s Victoria Film Festival. “At least four Canadians will see it now,” she joked after noting Sherry White’s Canadian drama in which she plays a troubled East Coast teenager’s brash, foul-mouthed grandma made it onto Toronto International Film Festival’s Top 10 list.

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