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  • Midnight’s Children to open Vancouver film fest
    Wednesday September 05th 2012

    Midnight’s Children, Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s tale of India in the years after it gained independence, will be the opening film of the Vancouver International Film Festival later this month. The film, based on Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize-winning novel, has its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this[…]

  • Canadians’ television viewing appetite on the rise
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    OTTAWA - The CRTC says Canadians spent more time watching television or listening to radio in 2011 than the previous year despite the proliferation of non-traditional media. But they also increased their Internet television watching, to 2.8 hours a week from 2.4 the previous year. Four per cent of Canadians[…]

  • Fledgling Venice film market has buzz but few deals
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    VENICE (Reuters) – During his first stint as director of the Venice film festival in 1999, Alberto Barbera said the Lido did not need a market in the age of the Internet. Now he is back at the helm of the world’s oldest movie showcase, he says that was a[…]

  • Canadian Screen Awards to replace Genies, Geminis
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    The new Canadian prizes for film, television and digital media will be known as the Canadian Screen Awards, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television announced. The first gala for the combined awards will be held March 3, and hosted by Canadian comedian Martin Short. CBC is the official broadcast partner. The academy announced earlier this year that the Genie Awards for Canadian English-language film and the Geminis for Canadian TV would be combined. The decision came after extensive consultation with the film and television industries.

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Archives for: September 20125
  • Midnight’s Children to open Vancouver film fest
    Wednesday September 05th 2012

    Midnight’s Children, Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s tale of India in the years after it gained independence, will be the opening film of the Vancouver International Film Festival later this month. The film, based on Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize-winning novel, has its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this[…]

  • Canadians’ television viewing appetite on the rise
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    OTTAWA - The CRTC says Canadians spent more time watching television or listening to radio in 2011 than the previous year despite the proliferation of non-traditional media. But they also increased their Internet television watching, to 2.8 hours a week from 2.4 the previous year. Four per cent of Canadians[…]

  • Fledgling Venice film market has buzz but few deals
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    VENICE (Reuters) – During his first stint as director of the Venice film festival in 1999, Alberto Barbera said the Lido did not need a market in the age of the Internet. Now he is back at the helm of the world’s oldest movie showcase, he says that was a[…]

  • Canadian Screen Awards to replace Genies, Geminis
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    The new Canadian prizes for film, television and digital media will be known as the Canadian Screen Awards, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television announced. The first gala for the combined awards will be held March 3, and hosted by Canadian comedian Martin Short. CBC is the official broadcast partner. The academy announced earlier this year that the Genie Awards for Canadian English-language film and the Geminis for Canadian TV would be combined. The decision came after extensive consultation with the film and television industries.

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Archives for: September 20125
  • Midnight’s Children to open Vancouver film fest
    Wednesday September 05th 2012

    Midnight’s Children, Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s tale of India in the years after it gained independence, will be the opening film of the Vancouver International Film Festival later this month. The film, based on Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize-winning novel, has its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this[…]

  • Canadians’ television viewing appetite on the rise
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    OTTAWA - The CRTC says Canadians spent more time watching television or listening to radio in 2011 than the previous year despite the proliferation of non-traditional media. But they also increased their Internet television watching, to 2.8 hours a week from 2.4 the previous year. Four per cent of Canadians[…]

  • Fledgling Venice film market has buzz but few deals
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    VENICE (Reuters) – During his first stint as director of the Venice film festival in 1999, Alberto Barbera said the Lido did not need a market in the age of the Internet. Now he is back at the helm of the world’s oldest movie showcase, he says that was a[…]

  • Canadian Screen Awards to replace Genies, Geminis
    Tuesday September 04th 2012

    The new Canadian prizes for film, television and digital media will be known as the Canadian Screen Awards, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television announced. The first gala for the combined awards will be held March 3, and hosted by Canadian comedian Martin Short. CBC is the official broadcast partner. The academy announced earlier this year that the Genie Awards for Canadian English-language film and the Geminis for Canadian TV would be combined. The decision came after extensive consultation with the film and television industries.

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