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  • Jurassic World stomps to top of 2015 global box-office
    Tuesday July 21st 2015

    Jurassic World has overtaken Fast and Furious 7 to become the biggest-grossing film so far in 2015 at the worldwide box-office. The dinosaur-theme-park thriller directed by Colin Trevorrow has now banked $1.513bn, overtaking Furious 7 which stalled at $1.512bn when it was released earlier this year. Third in the list[…]

  • Film mogul outraged over accessible seating view at Air Canada Centre
    Friday July 17th 2015

    A prominent Toronto film industry executive says he’s fed up with the lack of action from the Air Canada Centre on developing a better viewing experience for people with disabilities. Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of the Comweb Group, William F. White International Inc. and Chairman of Pinewood Toronto Studios,[…]

  • Tatiana Maslany, Game of Thrones earns Emmy nominations
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Canadian actress Tatiana Maslany has earned her first nomination for the Emmys, TV’s most prominent awards, for her turn in the sci-fi hit Orphan Black. The Regina actress, who has already earned accolades for the role, faces stiff competition for the best dramatic actress Emmy from top Hollywood names, including[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival Announces Jury for New Director Program Platform
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Acclaimed international directors Claire Denis, Agnieszka Holland and Jia Zhang-ke will serve as the inaugural jury of Platform — the Toronto International Film Festival’s new program showcasing roughly a dozen films by mid-career directors — it was announced today. The jury will award $25,000 to the best film in Platform[…]

  • Three Canadian movies in competition at Locarno Film Festival, including one to be screened in the Piazza Grande
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Telefilm Canada has announced that three Canadian movies will be in competition at the 68th Locarno Film Festival, which runs this year from August 5 to 15. Philippe Falardeau’s latest film, Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre, will have its world premiere screening in the Piazza Grande sidebar, which includes an outdoor[…]

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Archives for: July 20155
  • Jurassic World stomps to top of 2015 global box-office
    Tuesday July 21st 2015

    Jurassic World has overtaken Fast and Furious 7 to become the biggest-grossing film so far in 2015 at the worldwide box-office. The dinosaur-theme-park thriller directed by Colin Trevorrow has now banked $1.513bn, overtaking Furious 7 which stalled at $1.512bn when it was released earlier this year. Third in the list[…]

  • Film mogul outraged over accessible seating view at Air Canada Centre
    Friday July 17th 2015

    A prominent Toronto film industry executive says he’s fed up with the lack of action from the Air Canada Centre on developing a better viewing experience for people with disabilities. Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of the Comweb Group, William F. White International Inc. and Chairman of Pinewood Toronto Studios,[…]

  • Tatiana Maslany, Game of Thrones earns Emmy nominations
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Canadian actress Tatiana Maslany has earned her first nomination for the Emmys, TV’s most prominent awards, for her turn in the sci-fi hit Orphan Black. The Regina actress, who has already earned accolades for the role, faces stiff competition for the best dramatic actress Emmy from top Hollywood names, including[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival Announces Jury for New Director Program Platform
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Acclaimed international directors Claire Denis, Agnieszka Holland and Jia Zhang-ke will serve as the inaugural jury of Platform — the Toronto International Film Festival’s new program showcasing roughly a dozen films by mid-career directors — it was announced today. The jury will award $25,000 to the best film in Platform[…]

  • Three Canadian movies in competition at Locarno Film Festival, including one to be screened in the Piazza Grande
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Telefilm Canada has announced that three Canadian movies will be in competition at the 68th Locarno Film Festival, which runs this year from August 5 to 15. Philippe Falardeau’s latest film, Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre, will have its world premiere screening in the Piazza Grande sidebar, which includes an outdoor[…]

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Archives for: July 20155
  • Jurassic World stomps to top of 2015 global box-office
    Tuesday July 21st 2015

    Jurassic World has overtaken Fast and Furious 7 to become the biggest-grossing film so far in 2015 at the worldwide box-office. The dinosaur-theme-park thriller directed by Colin Trevorrow has now banked $1.513bn, overtaking Furious 7 which stalled at $1.512bn when it was released earlier this year. Third in the list[…]

  • Film mogul outraged over accessible seating view at Air Canada Centre
    Friday July 17th 2015

    A prominent Toronto film industry executive says he’s fed up with the lack of action from the Air Canada Centre on developing a better viewing experience for people with disabilities. Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of the Comweb Group, William F. White International Inc. and Chairman of Pinewood Toronto Studios,[…]

  • Tatiana Maslany, Game of Thrones earns Emmy nominations
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Canadian actress Tatiana Maslany has earned her first nomination for the Emmys, TV’s most prominent awards, for her turn in the sci-fi hit Orphan Black. The Regina actress, who has already earned accolades for the role, faces stiff competition for the best dramatic actress Emmy from top Hollywood names, including[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival Announces Jury for New Director Program Platform
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Acclaimed international directors Claire Denis, Agnieszka Holland and Jia Zhang-ke will serve as the inaugural jury of Platform — the Toronto International Film Festival’s new program showcasing roughly a dozen films by mid-career directors — it was announced today. The jury will award $25,000 to the best film in Platform[…]

  • Three Canadian movies in competition at Locarno Film Festival, including one to be screened in the Piazza Grande
    Thursday July 16th 2015

    Telefilm Canada has announced that three Canadian movies will be in competition at the 68th Locarno Film Festival, which runs this year from August 5 to 15. Philippe Falardeau’s latest film, Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre, will have its world premiere screening in the Piazza Grande sidebar, which includes an outdoor[…]

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