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Telefilm Canada pledges $11M for six new English-language feature films

Telefilm Canada is supporting six English-language productions with more than $11 million in funding through the Canada Feature Film Fund.

The films, which hail from the Atlantic, Ontario and Nunavut, and Western regions, star Ellen Page, Ethan Hawke, Evan Rachel Wood, Sophie Nélisse and Callum Keith Rennie, among others.

“This line-up once again speaks to the diversity found in Canadian cinema,” said executive director Carolle Brabant, in the news release. “The selection includes a debut feature by filmmaker Stephen Dunn as well as new films by renowned directors Patricia Rozema and Deepa Mehta. This variety is also reflected in our coproduction treaties, which have yielded two new projects, The Legend of Barney Thomson and Born To Be Blue, each a coproduction with the United Kingdom.”

Telefilm announced its most recent English- and French-language funding decisions in December, September and July of this year. French-language decisions will be announced at the beginning of 2015.

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Headline, Industry News

Telefilm Canada pledges $11M for six new English-language feature films

Telefilm Canada is supporting six English-language productions with more than $11 million in funding through the Canada Feature Film Fund.

The films, which hail from the Atlantic, Ontario and Nunavut, and Western regions, star Ellen Page, Ethan Hawke, Evan Rachel Wood, Sophie Nélisse and Callum Keith Rennie, among others.

“This line-up once again speaks to the diversity found in Canadian cinema,” said executive director Carolle Brabant, in the news release. “The selection includes a debut feature by filmmaker Stephen Dunn as well as new films by renowned directors Patricia Rozema and Deepa Mehta. This variety is also reflected in our coproduction treaties, which have yielded two new projects, The Legend of Barney Thomson and Born To Be Blue, each a coproduction with the United Kingdom.”

Telefilm announced its most recent English- and French-language funding decisions in December, September and July of this year. French-language decisions will be announced at the beginning of 2015.

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Headline, Industry News

Telefilm Canada pledges $11M for six new English-language feature films

Telefilm Canada is supporting six English-language productions with more than $11 million in funding through the Canada Feature Film Fund.

The films, which hail from the Atlantic, Ontario and Nunavut, and Western regions, star Ellen Page, Ethan Hawke, Evan Rachel Wood, Sophie Nélisse and Callum Keith Rennie, among others.

“This line-up once again speaks to the diversity found in Canadian cinema,” said executive director Carolle Brabant, in the news release. “The selection includes a debut feature by filmmaker Stephen Dunn as well as new films by renowned directors Patricia Rozema and Deepa Mehta. This variety is also reflected in our coproduction treaties, which have yielded two new projects, The Legend of Barney Thomson and Born To Be Blue, each a coproduction with the United Kingdom.”

Telefilm announced its most recent English- and French-language funding decisions in December, September and July of this year. French-language decisions will be announced at the beginning of 2015.

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