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  • TIFF backs down on film premiere demand, industry journal says
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival is backing down on its controversial policy regarding the premiere status of hot new movies, an industry journal reports. The Hollywood Reporter, in an exclusive story with no public confirmation from TIFF officials, said late Wednesday that the festival will relax a rule instituted in[…]

  • N.S. film tax credit changes blamed for film cancelling shoot
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    A production company that rewrote a movie to set it in Nova Scotia will now film it elsewhere, and it’s blaming the changes to the province’s film tax credit. Paul Barkin of Alcina Pictures says the $2.5 million Torchbearer project wasn’t originally set in Nova Scotia. “We came to scout[…]

  • Manitoba extends tax credit for film, digital industries
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    It’s take two for Manitoba’s film and digital industry as the province pledged Tuesday to extend tax credits. Premier Greg Selinger said the government will continue to offer the Film and Video Production Tax Credit and the Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit. It’s worth an estimated $15 million a year[…]

  • Where to watch a movie outdoors in Toronto this summer
    Wednesday June 10th 2015

    What better way to spend a hot summer night in Toronto than by taking in a movie screening in a park, on a beach or at some other unique outdoor location around the city? In what has become a tradition in the last few years, 2015 is packed with outdoor[…]

  • Banff World Media Festival: Surprise double-win at CineCoup puts Edmonton, Toronto indie film projects into production
    Wednesday June 10th 2015

    It was in those tense few seconds before a winner was announced that CineCoup founder J. Joly suddenly threw a wrench in the mix. Rather than greenlight one of the top five finalists in his innovative funding model for Canadian genre indie films, he announced two “Big Deal” winners Monday[…]

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Archives for: June 20155
  • TIFF backs down on film premiere demand, industry journal says
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival is backing down on its controversial policy regarding the premiere status of hot new movies, an industry journal reports. The Hollywood Reporter, in an exclusive story with no public confirmation from TIFF officials, said late Wednesday that the festival will relax a rule instituted in[…]

  • N.S. film tax credit changes blamed for film cancelling shoot
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    A production company that rewrote a movie to set it in Nova Scotia will now film it elsewhere, and it’s blaming the changes to the province’s film tax credit. Paul Barkin of Alcina Pictures says the $2.5 million Torchbearer project wasn’t originally set in Nova Scotia. “We came to scout[…]

  • Manitoba extends tax credit for film, digital industries
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    It’s take two for Manitoba’s film and digital industry as the province pledged Tuesday to extend tax credits. Premier Greg Selinger said the government will continue to offer the Film and Video Production Tax Credit and the Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit. It’s worth an estimated $15 million a year[…]

  • Where to watch a movie outdoors in Toronto this summer
    Wednesday June 10th 2015

    What better way to spend a hot summer night in Toronto than by taking in a movie screening in a park, on a beach or at some other unique outdoor location around the city? In what has become a tradition in the last few years, 2015 is packed with outdoor[…]

  • Banff World Media Festival: Surprise double-win at CineCoup puts Edmonton, Toronto indie film projects into production
    Wednesday June 10th 2015

    It was in those tense few seconds before a winner was announced that CineCoup founder J. Joly suddenly threw a wrench in the mix. Rather than greenlight one of the top five finalists in his innovative funding model for Canadian genre indie films, he announced two “Big Deal” winners Monday[…]

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Archives for: June 20155
  • TIFF backs down on film premiere demand, industry journal says
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    The Toronto International Film Festival is backing down on its controversial policy regarding the premiere status of hot new movies, an industry journal reports. The Hollywood Reporter, in an exclusive story with no public confirmation from TIFF officials, said late Wednesday that the festival will relax a rule instituted in[…]

  • N.S. film tax credit changes blamed for film cancelling shoot
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    A production company that rewrote a movie to set it in Nova Scotia will now film it elsewhere, and it’s blaming the changes to the province’s film tax credit. Paul Barkin of Alcina Pictures says the $2.5 million Torchbearer project wasn’t originally set in Nova Scotia. “We came to scout[…]

  • Manitoba extends tax credit for film, digital industries
    Wednesday June 17th 2015

    It’s take two for Manitoba’s film and digital industry as the province pledged Tuesday to extend tax credits. Premier Greg Selinger said the government will continue to offer the Film and Video Production Tax Credit and the Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit. It’s worth an estimated $15 million a year[…]

  • Where to watch a movie outdoors in Toronto this summer
    Wednesday June 10th 2015

    What better way to spend a hot summer night in Toronto than by taking in a movie screening in a park, on a beach or at some other unique outdoor location around the city? In what has become a tradition in the last few years, 2015 is packed with outdoor[…]

  • Banff World Media Festival: Surprise double-win at CineCoup puts Edmonton, Toronto indie film projects into production
    Wednesday June 10th 2015

    It was in those tense few seconds before a winner was announced that CineCoup founder J. Joly suddenly threw a wrench in the mix. Rather than greenlight one of the top five finalists in his innovative funding model for Canadian genre indie films, he announced two “Big Deal” winners Monday[…]

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