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  • Temporary Foreign Worker changes raise ire of film, TV industry
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Representatives for Canada’s film and TV industry are meeting with Immigration Minister Chris Alexander in Vancouver to discuss recent changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program which they say have lumped them into the same category as employers who hire foreign low-skilled workers in the fast-food industry. Foreign actors and[…]

  • Oscar winner Michael Moore to speak at TIFF Industry conference
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Oscar-winning documentary director Michael Moore will be among the filmmakers to take part in industry events at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. In town to mark the 25th anniversary of his landmark “Roger & Me,” Moore has been announced as one of the guests at this year’s Doc Conference, to take place Sept. 9 and 10. The “Bowling for Columbine” director will take part in a keynote conversation moderated by TIFF programmer Thom Powers.

  • Ottawa film production companies excited for new boss
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Ottawa film production companies say they are excited for the new head of Invest Ottawa’s film office, Bruce Harvey, and hope he can boost the area’s movie-making reputation. Harvey, an Ottawa native, has spent most of his film career working for Illusions Entertainment Corporation based in Calgary, which has won[…]

  • TIFF vs. Telluride tussle turns movie premieres into a battle of wills
    Thursday July 10th 2014

    Cameron Bailey says this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept. 4-14) will be another great celebration of the best of world cinema. Tom Bernard says TIFF is in danger of becoming a “damaged” event, with fewer major movies and filmmakers. So go the highly polarized views of these two top[…]

  • Telefilm Canada funds seven French-language lower-budget feature films with a total investment of over $2 million
    Wednesday July 09th 2014

    Telefilm Canada has announced its support for the production of seven French-language lower-budget (under $2.5 million) feature films through the Canada Feature Film Fund (CFFF), an investment totalling over $2 million. The films chosen for funding are Le bruit des arbres (François Péloquin), Ceci n’est pas un polar (Patrick Gazé),[…]

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Archives for: July 20145
  • Temporary Foreign Worker changes raise ire of film, TV industry
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Representatives for Canada’s film and TV industry are meeting with Immigration Minister Chris Alexander in Vancouver to discuss recent changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program which they say have lumped them into the same category as employers who hire foreign low-skilled workers in the fast-food industry. Foreign actors and[…]

  • Oscar winner Michael Moore to speak at TIFF Industry conference
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Oscar-winning documentary director Michael Moore will be among the filmmakers to take part in industry events at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. In town to mark the 25th anniversary of his landmark “Roger & Me,” Moore has been announced as one of the guests at this year’s Doc Conference, to take place Sept. 9 and 10. The “Bowling for Columbine” director will take part in a keynote conversation moderated by TIFF programmer Thom Powers.

  • Ottawa film production companies excited for new boss
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Ottawa film production companies say they are excited for the new head of Invest Ottawa’s film office, Bruce Harvey, and hope he can boost the area’s movie-making reputation. Harvey, an Ottawa native, has spent most of his film career working for Illusions Entertainment Corporation based in Calgary, which has won[…]

  • TIFF vs. Telluride tussle turns movie premieres into a battle of wills
    Thursday July 10th 2014

    Cameron Bailey says this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept. 4-14) will be another great celebration of the best of world cinema. Tom Bernard says TIFF is in danger of becoming a “damaged” event, with fewer major movies and filmmakers. So go the highly polarized views of these two top[…]

  • Telefilm Canada funds seven French-language lower-budget feature films with a total investment of over $2 million
    Wednesday July 09th 2014

    Telefilm Canada has announced its support for the production of seven French-language lower-budget (under $2.5 million) feature films through the Canada Feature Film Fund (CFFF), an investment totalling over $2 million. The films chosen for funding are Le bruit des arbres (François Péloquin), Ceci n’est pas un polar (Patrick Gazé),[…]

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Archives for: July 20145
  • Temporary Foreign Worker changes raise ire of film, TV industry
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Representatives for Canada’s film and TV industry are meeting with Immigration Minister Chris Alexander in Vancouver to discuss recent changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program which they say have lumped them into the same category as employers who hire foreign low-skilled workers in the fast-food industry. Foreign actors and[…]

  • Oscar winner Michael Moore to speak at TIFF Industry conference
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Oscar-winning documentary director Michael Moore will be among the filmmakers to take part in industry events at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. In town to mark the 25th anniversary of his landmark “Roger & Me,” Moore has been announced as one of the guests at this year’s Doc Conference, to take place Sept. 9 and 10. The “Bowling for Columbine” director will take part in a keynote conversation moderated by TIFF programmer Thom Powers.

  • Ottawa film production companies excited for new boss
    Wednesday July 16th 2014

    Ottawa film production companies say they are excited for the new head of Invest Ottawa’s film office, Bruce Harvey, and hope he can boost the area’s movie-making reputation. Harvey, an Ottawa native, has spent most of his film career working for Illusions Entertainment Corporation based in Calgary, which has won[…]

  • TIFF vs. Telluride tussle turns movie premieres into a battle of wills
    Thursday July 10th 2014

    Cameron Bailey says this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Sept. 4-14) will be another great celebration of the best of world cinema. Tom Bernard says TIFF is in danger of becoming a “damaged” event, with fewer major movies and filmmakers. So go the highly polarized views of these two top[…]

  • Telefilm Canada funds seven French-language lower-budget feature films with a total investment of over $2 million
    Wednesday July 09th 2014

    Telefilm Canada has announced its support for the production of seven French-language lower-budget (under $2.5 million) feature films through the Canada Feature Film Fund (CFFF), an investment totalling over $2 million. The films chosen for funding are Le bruit des arbres (François Péloquin), Ceci n’est pas un polar (Patrick Gazé),[…]

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