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  • Montreal writer/director Anne Emond to receive Claude Jutra Award
    Thursday February 23rd 2012

    TORONTO - Montreal writer/director Anne Emond will receive a special Genie Award recognizing outstanding achievement by a first-time filmmaker. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, which runs Canada’s version of the Oscars, says Emond is getting the Claude Jutra Award for her film “Nuit #1.” The academy’s interim head[…]

  • CRTC chairman championed Canadian content on radio, TV
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    One of the great defenders of Canadian culture has died. Pierre Juneau died on Tuesday. He was 89. Born in Montreal in 1922, Juneau began his career at the National Film Board of Canada, where he played a significant role in the development of French-language filmmaking at the federally funded[…]

  • Netflix strikes movie deal with Weinstein Co.
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    Netflix has locked up the right to show The Artist and other movies from The Weinstein Co. on its Internet video service before the films are released to the leading pay-TV channels. The multiyear deal announced Tuesday stocks Netflix with more artillery in its home entertainment battle versus premium cable[…]

  • China’s easing of foreign film rules bodes well for IMAX: analyst
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    More foreign films in China means more potential for Toronto-based IMAX Corp. to profit. Last week, the Asian superpower announced it will allow more movies made in other countries to screen inside Chinese theaters. Being able to show an additional 14 IMAX and 3D films in China each year and allowing filmmakers to keep more of the money they make – though the controversial “foreign film quota” remains – has Aravinda Galappatthige excited about the Canadian projection pioneer’s future prospects.

  • Oscar to give viewers an all-access app
    Tuesday February 21st 2012

    If all goes well for ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on Sunday, the must-have accessory coming out of this year’s Academy Awards won’t be a Cartier bauble or a Chanel clutch but rather Oscar’s official app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. ABC and[…]

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Archives for: February 20125
  • Montreal writer/director Anne Emond to receive Claude Jutra Award
    Thursday February 23rd 2012

    TORONTO - Montreal writer/director Anne Emond will receive a special Genie Award recognizing outstanding achievement by a first-time filmmaker. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, which runs Canada’s version of the Oscars, says Emond is getting the Claude Jutra Award for her film “Nuit #1.” The academy’s interim head[…]

  • CRTC chairman championed Canadian content on radio, TV
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    One of the great defenders of Canadian culture has died. Pierre Juneau died on Tuesday. He was 89. Born in Montreal in 1922, Juneau began his career at the National Film Board of Canada, where he played a significant role in the development of French-language filmmaking at the federally funded[…]

  • Netflix strikes movie deal with Weinstein Co.
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    Netflix has locked up the right to show The Artist and other movies from The Weinstein Co. on its Internet video service before the films are released to the leading pay-TV channels. The multiyear deal announced Tuesday stocks Netflix with more artillery in its home entertainment battle versus premium cable[…]

  • China’s easing of foreign film rules bodes well for IMAX: analyst
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    More foreign films in China means more potential for Toronto-based IMAX Corp. to profit. Last week, the Asian superpower announced it will allow more movies made in other countries to screen inside Chinese theaters. Being able to show an additional 14 IMAX and 3D films in China each year and allowing filmmakers to keep more of the money they make – though the controversial “foreign film quota” remains – has Aravinda Galappatthige excited about the Canadian projection pioneer’s future prospects.

  • Oscar to give viewers an all-access app
    Tuesday February 21st 2012

    If all goes well for ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on Sunday, the must-have accessory coming out of this year’s Academy Awards won’t be a Cartier bauble or a Chanel clutch but rather Oscar’s official app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. ABC and[…]

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Archives for: February 20125
  • Montreal writer/director Anne Emond to receive Claude Jutra Award
    Thursday February 23rd 2012

    TORONTO - Montreal writer/director Anne Emond will receive a special Genie Award recognizing outstanding achievement by a first-time filmmaker. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, which runs Canada’s version of the Oscars, says Emond is getting the Claude Jutra Award for her film “Nuit #1.” The academy’s interim head[…]

  • CRTC chairman championed Canadian content on radio, TV
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    One of the great defenders of Canadian culture has died. Pierre Juneau died on Tuesday. He was 89. Born in Montreal in 1922, Juneau began his career at the National Film Board of Canada, where he played a significant role in the development of French-language filmmaking at the federally funded[…]

  • Netflix strikes movie deal with Weinstein Co.
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    Netflix has locked up the right to show The Artist and other movies from The Weinstein Co. on its Internet video service before the films are released to the leading pay-TV channels. The multiyear deal announced Tuesday stocks Netflix with more artillery in its home entertainment battle versus premium cable[…]

  • China’s easing of foreign film rules bodes well for IMAX: analyst
    Wednesday February 22nd 2012

    More foreign films in China means more potential for Toronto-based IMAX Corp. to profit. Last week, the Asian superpower announced it will allow more movies made in other countries to screen inside Chinese theaters. Being able to show an additional 14 IMAX and 3D films in China each year and allowing filmmakers to keep more of the money they make – though the controversial “foreign film quota” remains – has Aravinda Galappatthige excited about the Canadian projection pioneer’s future prospects.

  • Oscar to give viewers an all-access app
    Tuesday February 21st 2012

    If all goes well for ABC and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences on Sunday, the must-have accessory coming out of this year’s Academy Awards won’t be a Cartier bauble or a Chanel clutch but rather Oscar’s official app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. ABC and[…]

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