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  • TIFF 2012: Six minutes to win it in Pitch This feature film contest
    Wednesday September 12th 2012

    Ian Harnarine’s microphone wasn’t yet working when he was called to the stage to pitch his film to a crowd of TIFF industry insiders. About 200 people and jurors fidgeted in the TIFF Lightbox theatre as the clock ticked on his six minute pitch in the 13th-annual Telefilm Canada Pitch[…]

  • Oscar buzz hovering over TIFF
    Wednesday September 12th 2012

    Yearning for first Oscar love at the Toronto International Film Festival is a tradition. Brad Pitt’s Moneyball and George Clooney’s The Descendants began their journeys to the Academy Awards at last year’s festival. So did The King’s Speech and The Hurt Locker before that. Juno, No Country for Old Men, Slumdog Millionaire, Michael Clayton, Atonement and Eastern Promises, and many more, got their Oscar mojo working at the Toronto festival. At the 2012 edition, Ben Affleck’s Argo is attracting the most awards talk as the film builds toward the Academy Awards night next year.

  • Entertainment One buys Alliance Films
    Monday September 10th 2012

    Entertainment One, co-owner of Peppa Pig and distributor of the Twilight vampire franchise, has acquired Alliance Films, which has rights to films including The King’s Speech and the movies made from Steig Larsson’s novels, in a deal potentially worth C$272m (£174m). Entertainment One, which distributes films and TV shows including The Walking Dead and Rookie Blue, and co-owns Peppa Pig, has been pursuing Alliance Films since January. Alliance, which finances and distributes films and controls an 11,000-title film library, counts films such as Lost in Translation, Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hunger Games in its stable.

  • IndustryWorks Pictures at TIFF continues to stand apart from their larger counterparts with American Mary
    Friday September 07th 2012

    Fresh off the release of the widely praised thriller/horror feature “American Mary”, IndustryWorks Pictures, is proving it can not only keep up with its larger counterparts in the entertainment industry-it can surpass them with their keen eye for talent. Some of the press IndustryWorks Pictures’ most recent project has garnered includes accolades from international media outlets, including Fangoria, Total Film, Dread Central, Twitch Film, Bloody Disgusting and Daily Dead along with mainstream trades such as Daily Screen and Time Out.

  • Film elite, tabloid stars take spotlight at Toronto film festival
    Thursday September 06th 2012

    Many superlatives are being tossed around ahead of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival: Most world premieres! Most countries ever! Record number of female directors! All auspicious achievements, to be sure. But the blinding star power expected to put the spotlight on the city as the 11-day event kicks off Thursday, Sept 6 is bound to quickly steer chatter back to the more usual distinctions: Hottest lead, Cutest ingenue, Surefire Oscar contender, audience favourite. Attendees expected to showcase new projects at the fest include Ben Affleck, Ryan Gosling, Robert Redford, Johnny Depp, Susan Sarandon, Joaquin Phoenix, Keira Knightley, Tom Hanks, Kristen Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Archives for: September 20125
  • TIFF 2012: Six minutes to win it in Pitch This feature film contest
    Wednesday September 12th 2012

    Ian Harnarine’s microphone wasn’t yet working when he was called to the stage to pitch his film to a crowd of TIFF industry insiders. About 200 people and jurors fidgeted in the TIFF Lightbox theatre as the clock ticked on his six minute pitch in the 13th-annual Telefilm Canada Pitch[…]

  • Oscar buzz hovering over TIFF
    Wednesday September 12th 2012

    Yearning for first Oscar love at the Toronto International Film Festival is a tradition. Brad Pitt’s Moneyball and George Clooney’s The Descendants began their journeys to the Academy Awards at last year’s festival. So did The King’s Speech and The Hurt Locker before that. Juno, No Country for Old Men, Slumdog Millionaire, Michael Clayton, Atonement and Eastern Promises, and many more, got their Oscar mojo working at the Toronto festival. At the 2012 edition, Ben Affleck’s Argo is attracting the most awards talk as the film builds toward the Academy Awards night next year.

  • Entertainment One buys Alliance Films
    Monday September 10th 2012

    Entertainment One, co-owner of Peppa Pig and distributor of the Twilight vampire franchise, has acquired Alliance Films, which has rights to films including The King’s Speech and the movies made from Steig Larsson’s novels, in a deal potentially worth C$272m (£174m). Entertainment One, which distributes films and TV shows including The Walking Dead and Rookie Blue, and co-owns Peppa Pig, has been pursuing Alliance Films since January. Alliance, which finances and distributes films and controls an 11,000-title film library, counts films such as Lost in Translation, Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hunger Games in its stable.

  • IndustryWorks Pictures at TIFF continues to stand apart from their larger counterparts with American Mary
    Friday September 07th 2012

    Fresh off the release of the widely praised thriller/horror feature “American Mary”, IndustryWorks Pictures, is proving it can not only keep up with its larger counterparts in the entertainment industry-it can surpass them with their keen eye for talent. Some of the press IndustryWorks Pictures’ most recent project has garnered includes accolades from international media outlets, including Fangoria, Total Film, Dread Central, Twitch Film, Bloody Disgusting and Daily Dead along with mainstream trades such as Daily Screen and Time Out.

  • Film elite, tabloid stars take spotlight at Toronto film festival
    Thursday September 06th 2012

    Many superlatives are being tossed around ahead of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival: Most world premieres! Most countries ever! Record number of female directors! All auspicious achievements, to be sure. But the blinding star power expected to put the spotlight on the city as the 11-day event kicks off Thursday, Sept 6 is bound to quickly steer chatter back to the more usual distinctions: Hottest lead, Cutest ingenue, Surefire Oscar contender, audience favourite. Attendees expected to showcase new projects at the fest include Ben Affleck, Ryan Gosling, Robert Redford, Johnny Depp, Susan Sarandon, Joaquin Phoenix, Keira Knightley, Tom Hanks, Kristen Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Archives for: September 20125
  • TIFF 2012: Six minutes to win it in Pitch This feature film contest
    Wednesday September 12th 2012

    Ian Harnarine’s microphone wasn’t yet working when he was called to the stage to pitch his film to a crowd of TIFF industry insiders. About 200 people and jurors fidgeted in the TIFF Lightbox theatre as the clock ticked on his six minute pitch in the 13th-annual Telefilm Canada Pitch[…]

  • Oscar buzz hovering over TIFF
    Wednesday September 12th 2012

    Yearning for first Oscar love at the Toronto International Film Festival is a tradition. Brad Pitt’s Moneyball and George Clooney’s The Descendants began their journeys to the Academy Awards at last year’s festival. So did The King’s Speech and The Hurt Locker before that. Juno, No Country for Old Men, Slumdog Millionaire, Michael Clayton, Atonement and Eastern Promises, and many more, got their Oscar mojo working at the Toronto festival. At the 2012 edition, Ben Affleck’s Argo is attracting the most awards talk as the film builds toward the Academy Awards night next year.

  • Entertainment One buys Alliance Films
    Monday September 10th 2012

    Entertainment One, co-owner of Peppa Pig and distributor of the Twilight vampire franchise, has acquired Alliance Films, which has rights to films including The King’s Speech and the movies made from Steig Larsson’s novels, in a deal potentially worth C$272m (£174m). Entertainment One, which distributes films and TV shows including The Walking Dead and Rookie Blue, and co-owns Peppa Pig, has been pursuing Alliance Films since January. Alliance, which finances and distributes films and controls an 11,000-title film library, counts films such as Lost in Translation, Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting, the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hunger Games in its stable.

  • IndustryWorks Pictures at TIFF continues to stand apart from their larger counterparts with American Mary
    Friday September 07th 2012

    Fresh off the release of the widely praised thriller/horror feature “American Mary”, IndustryWorks Pictures, is proving it can not only keep up with its larger counterparts in the entertainment industry-it can surpass them with their keen eye for talent. Some of the press IndustryWorks Pictures’ most recent project has garnered includes accolades from international media outlets, including Fangoria, Total Film, Dread Central, Twitch Film, Bloody Disgusting and Daily Dead along with mainstream trades such as Daily Screen and Time Out.

  • Film elite, tabloid stars take spotlight at Toronto film festival
    Thursday September 06th 2012

    Many superlatives are being tossed around ahead of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival: Most world premieres! Most countries ever! Record number of female directors! All auspicious achievements, to be sure. But the blinding star power expected to put the spotlight on the city as the 11-day event kicks off Thursday, Sept 6 is bound to quickly steer chatter back to the more usual distinctions: Hottest lead, Cutest ingenue, Surefire Oscar contender, audience favourite. Attendees expected to showcase new projects at the fest include Ben Affleck, Ryan Gosling, Robert Redford, Johnny Depp, Susan Sarandon, Joaquin Phoenix, Keira Knightley, Tom Hanks, Kristen Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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