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  • Telefilm Canada pledges $8.1m for 14 films
    Wednesday July 29th 2015

    The funding body’s Canada Feature Film Fund allocation applies to the 2014-15 cycle and includes films from Kim Nguyen and features actors such as Dane DeHaan and Catherine Keener. The projects selected for funding are: Away From Everywhere (Justin S Simms); Chokeslam (Robert Cuffley); Coconut Hero (Florian Cossen); Destroyer (Kevan[…]

  • Canadian films, American stars bound for TIFF 2015
    Tuesday July 28th 2015

    Quebec director’s Jean-Marc Vallee’s collaboration with Jake Gyllenhaal, an outer space thriller starring Matt Damon and a gangster film topped by Johnny Depp are among the films heading to the Toronto International Film Festival this September. Organizers announced a slate of gala and special presentations this morning stacked with buzzy[…]

  • Canada vs. Netflix, round two
    Tuesday July 28th 2015

    Bell bowed to the inevitable this week and announced that CraveTV, its video-streaming service, would be available to all Canadians with an Internet connection in 2016. As of Jan. 1, you no longer have to be a subscriber to Bell (or a handful of other distribution partners) to order up[…]

  • Film tax credit changes force workers to find jobs out of Nova Scotia
    Thursday July 23rd 2015

    A number of people employed by the film and television industry say they are pulling up stakes and leaving Nova Scotia for summer work because of changes to the film tax credit. Sarah Dunsworth, a costume designer and actress who has played the character of the same name on Trailer[…]

  • Women in Film & Television – Toronto in Partnership With Shaw Media Launch a New Program Tailored to Advance Burgeoning Managerial Careers
    Wednesday July 22nd 2015

    Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) and Shaw Media are pleased to announce the new Shaw Media Management Accelerator intensive program, designed to provide screen-based professionals who aspire to be strong and effective managers with the skills they need to set themselves apart in today’s highly competitive and[…]

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Archives for: July 20155
  • Telefilm Canada pledges $8.1m for 14 films
    Wednesday July 29th 2015

    The funding body’s Canada Feature Film Fund allocation applies to the 2014-15 cycle and includes films from Kim Nguyen and features actors such as Dane DeHaan and Catherine Keener. The projects selected for funding are: Away From Everywhere (Justin S Simms); Chokeslam (Robert Cuffley); Coconut Hero (Florian Cossen); Destroyer (Kevan[…]

  • Canadian films, American stars bound for TIFF 2015
    Tuesday July 28th 2015

    Quebec director’s Jean-Marc Vallee’s collaboration with Jake Gyllenhaal, an outer space thriller starring Matt Damon and a gangster film topped by Johnny Depp are among the films heading to the Toronto International Film Festival this September. Organizers announced a slate of gala and special presentations this morning stacked with buzzy[…]

  • Canada vs. Netflix, round two
    Tuesday July 28th 2015

    Bell bowed to the inevitable this week and announced that CraveTV, its video-streaming service, would be available to all Canadians with an Internet connection in 2016. As of Jan. 1, you no longer have to be a subscriber to Bell (or a handful of other distribution partners) to order up[…]

  • Film tax credit changes force workers to find jobs out of Nova Scotia
    Thursday July 23rd 2015

    A number of people employed by the film and television industry say they are pulling up stakes and leaving Nova Scotia for summer work because of changes to the film tax credit. Sarah Dunsworth, a costume designer and actress who has played the character of the same name on Trailer[…]

  • Women in Film & Television – Toronto in Partnership With Shaw Media Launch a New Program Tailored to Advance Burgeoning Managerial Careers
    Wednesday July 22nd 2015

    Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) and Shaw Media are pleased to announce the new Shaw Media Management Accelerator intensive program, designed to provide screen-based professionals who aspire to be strong and effective managers with the skills they need to set themselves apart in today’s highly competitive and[…]

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Archives for: July 20155
  • Telefilm Canada pledges $8.1m for 14 films
    Wednesday July 29th 2015

    The funding body’s Canada Feature Film Fund allocation applies to the 2014-15 cycle and includes films from Kim Nguyen and features actors such as Dane DeHaan and Catherine Keener. The projects selected for funding are: Away From Everywhere (Justin S Simms); Chokeslam (Robert Cuffley); Coconut Hero (Florian Cossen); Destroyer (Kevan[…]

  • Canadian films, American stars bound for TIFF 2015
    Tuesday July 28th 2015

    Quebec director’s Jean-Marc Vallee’s collaboration with Jake Gyllenhaal, an outer space thriller starring Matt Damon and a gangster film topped by Johnny Depp are among the films heading to the Toronto International Film Festival this September. Organizers announced a slate of gala and special presentations this morning stacked with buzzy[…]

  • Canada vs. Netflix, round two
    Tuesday July 28th 2015

    Bell bowed to the inevitable this week and announced that CraveTV, its video-streaming service, would be available to all Canadians with an Internet connection in 2016. As of Jan. 1, you no longer have to be a subscriber to Bell (or a handful of other distribution partners) to order up[…]

  • Film tax credit changes force workers to find jobs out of Nova Scotia
    Thursday July 23rd 2015

    A number of people employed by the film and television industry say they are pulling up stakes and leaving Nova Scotia for summer work because of changes to the film tax credit. Sarah Dunsworth, a costume designer and actress who has played the character of the same name on Trailer[…]

  • Women in Film & Television – Toronto in Partnership With Shaw Media Launch a New Program Tailored to Advance Burgeoning Managerial Careers
    Wednesday July 22nd 2015

    Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) and Shaw Media are pleased to announce the new Shaw Media Management Accelerator intensive program, designed to provide screen-based professionals who aspire to be strong and effective managers with the skills they need to set themselves apart in today’s highly competitive and[…]

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