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  • Toronto filmmakers on Oscars shortlist for short documentary
    Thursday October 29th 2015

    Two Toronto filmmakers and their documentaries could soon be nominated for an Oscar. Ann Shin and her film My Enemy, My Brother were among the 10 contenders when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released its shortlist Monday for the 2015 Oscar nominations. They’re mentioned in the short[…]

  • Directors Guild of Canada honours North Shore Studios president Peter Leitch
    Wednesday October 28th 2015

    The organization representing Canadian directors has given B.C. film industry veteran Peter Leitch its honourary life member award. It came at the Directors Guild of Canada Awards. Leitch has been president of North Shore Studios/Mammoth Studios for 28 years. He’s also chair of the Motion Picture Production Industry of B.C.[…]

  • Canadian Film Centre and DHX Media Partner to Launch The DHX Experience
    Tuesday October 27th 2015

    The Canadian Film Centre and DHX Media Ltd. have announced the launch of The DHX Experience, a new multi-year initiative designed to inspire and help develop a new generation of creative talent for the family/tween/kids marketplace. The DHX Experience will first be integrated across the CFC’s film, TV, music and[…]

  • Canadian startups find creative ways to boost film industry revenues
    Monday October 26th 2015

    Jack Zhang thinks Johnny Depp has gotten a bad rap. The actor has taken heat over the fact that many of his recent movies have flopped, leading some critics to label the leading man – who commands a salary of up to $20-million (U.S.) per picture – as overrated and[…]

  • Netflix will stream the new ‘Star Wars’ in 2016, but only in Canada
    Monday October 26th 2015

    If you’re determined to save money by watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens at home through a streaming service… well, you’d better live in the True North Strong and Free. Netflix tells Variety that the timing of its Disney deals will only let it stream the new Star Wars flick[…]

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  • Toronto filmmakers on Oscars shortlist for short documentary
    Thursday October 29th 2015

    Two Toronto filmmakers and their documentaries could soon be nominated for an Oscar. Ann Shin and her film My Enemy, My Brother were among the 10 contenders when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released its shortlist Monday for the 2015 Oscar nominations. They’re mentioned in the short[…]

  • Directors Guild of Canada honours North Shore Studios president Peter Leitch
    Wednesday October 28th 2015

    The organization representing Canadian directors has given B.C. film industry veteran Peter Leitch its honourary life member award. It came at the Directors Guild of Canada Awards. Leitch has been president of North Shore Studios/Mammoth Studios for 28 years. He’s also chair of the Motion Picture Production Industry of B.C.[…]

  • Canadian Film Centre and DHX Media Partner to Launch The DHX Experience
    Tuesday October 27th 2015

    The Canadian Film Centre and DHX Media Ltd. have announced the launch of The DHX Experience, a new multi-year initiative designed to inspire and help develop a new generation of creative talent for the family/tween/kids marketplace. The DHX Experience will first be integrated across the CFC’s film, TV, music and[…]

  • Canadian startups find creative ways to boost film industry revenues
    Monday October 26th 2015

    Jack Zhang thinks Johnny Depp has gotten a bad rap. The actor has taken heat over the fact that many of his recent movies have flopped, leading some critics to label the leading man – who commands a salary of up to $20-million (U.S.) per picture – as overrated and[…]

  • Netflix will stream the new ‘Star Wars’ in 2016, but only in Canada
    Monday October 26th 2015

    If you’re determined to save money by watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens at home through a streaming service… well, you’d better live in the True North Strong and Free. Netflix tells Variety that the timing of its Disney deals will only let it stream the new Star Wars flick[…]

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Archives for: October 20155
  • Toronto filmmakers on Oscars shortlist for short documentary
    Thursday October 29th 2015

    Two Toronto filmmakers and their documentaries could soon be nominated for an Oscar. Ann Shin and her film My Enemy, My Brother were among the 10 contenders when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released its shortlist Monday for the 2015 Oscar nominations. They’re mentioned in the short[…]

  • Directors Guild of Canada honours North Shore Studios president Peter Leitch
    Wednesday October 28th 2015

    The organization representing Canadian directors has given B.C. film industry veteran Peter Leitch its honourary life member award. It came at the Directors Guild of Canada Awards. Leitch has been president of North Shore Studios/Mammoth Studios for 28 years. He’s also chair of the Motion Picture Production Industry of B.C.[…]

  • Canadian Film Centre and DHX Media Partner to Launch The DHX Experience
    Tuesday October 27th 2015

    The Canadian Film Centre and DHX Media Ltd. have announced the launch of The DHX Experience, a new multi-year initiative designed to inspire and help develop a new generation of creative talent for the family/tween/kids marketplace. The DHX Experience will first be integrated across the CFC’s film, TV, music and[…]

  • Canadian startups find creative ways to boost film industry revenues
    Monday October 26th 2015

    Jack Zhang thinks Johnny Depp has gotten a bad rap. The actor has taken heat over the fact that many of his recent movies have flopped, leading some critics to label the leading man – who commands a salary of up to $20-million (U.S.) per picture – as overrated and[…]

  • Netflix will stream the new ‘Star Wars’ in 2016, but only in Canada
    Monday October 26th 2015

    If you’re determined to save money by watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens at home through a streaming service… well, you’d better live in the True North Strong and Free. Netflix tells Variety that the timing of its Disney deals will only let it stream the new Star Wars flick[…]

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