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  • Palm Springs Film Festival to Spotlight Canadian Cinema
    Wednesday December 23rd 2015

    The Palm Springs Film Festival, which runs from Jan. 1 to 11, will offer a special program focusing on Canadian cinema. In what’s become a tradition, the festival will screen 10 Canadian films in all, including the U.S. premiere of Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant, in the New Voices, New Visions[…]

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens beat every box office record
    Tuesday December 22nd 2015

    In the end, even the dinosaurs were no match for a universe far, far away. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is officially a record-breaking hit, raking in at least $247 million in its opening weekend. To put that in perspective, The Force Awakens crushed Jurassic World’s record-breaking $208.8 million opening[…]

  • Neve Campbell to be honoured by Canadian actors’ union
    Monday December 21st 2015

    The award — from the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists — recognizes a member’s career achievements and contribution to Canada’s entertainment industry. ACTRA national president Ferne Downey touted Campbell’s versatile film and TV career, which includes her breakout role in “Party of Five” and leading roles in[…]

  • CHCH TV announces massive layoffs as part of restructuring plan
    Monday December 21st 2015

    At least 129 full-time employees and close to 30 part-timers have been let go as part of a massive restructuring of local news at CHCH TV. A newsroom staffer says the number of cuts was announced in a meeting with senior management. Of that group, 71 people have reportedly been[…]

  • Carol named best picture by Toronto Film Critics Association
    Thursday December 17th 2015

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has joined the New York Film Critics Circle in naming Todd Haynes’ Carol as the best picture of 2015. The group also gave Haynes the best-director nod. Carol, which opened Dec. 11 in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, with more cities to follow, is a lesbian[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Palm Springs Film Festival to Spotlight Canadian Cinema
    Wednesday December 23rd 2015

    The Palm Springs Film Festival, which runs from Jan. 1 to 11, will offer a special program focusing on Canadian cinema. In what’s become a tradition, the festival will screen 10 Canadian films in all, including the U.S. premiere of Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant, in the New Voices, New Visions[…]

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens beat every box office record
    Tuesday December 22nd 2015

    In the end, even the dinosaurs were no match for a universe far, far away. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is officially a record-breaking hit, raking in at least $247 million in its opening weekend. To put that in perspective, The Force Awakens crushed Jurassic World’s record-breaking $208.8 million opening[…]

  • Neve Campbell to be honoured by Canadian actors’ union
    Monday December 21st 2015

    The award — from the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists — recognizes a member’s career achievements and contribution to Canada’s entertainment industry. ACTRA national president Ferne Downey touted Campbell’s versatile film and TV career, which includes her breakout role in “Party of Five” and leading roles in[…]

  • CHCH TV announces massive layoffs as part of restructuring plan
    Monday December 21st 2015

    At least 129 full-time employees and close to 30 part-timers have been let go as part of a massive restructuring of local news at CHCH TV. A newsroom staffer says the number of cuts was announced in a meeting with senior management. Of that group, 71 people have reportedly been[…]

  • Carol named best picture by Toronto Film Critics Association
    Thursday December 17th 2015

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has joined the New York Film Critics Circle in naming Todd Haynes’ Carol as the best picture of 2015. The group also gave Haynes the best-director nod. Carol, which opened Dec. 11 in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, with more cities to follow, is a lesbian[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Palm Springs Film Festival to Spotlight Canadian Cinema
    Wednesday December 23rd 2015

    The Palm Springs Film Festival, which runs from Jan. 1 to 11, will offer a special program focusing on Canadian cinema. In what’s become a tradition, the festival will screen 10 Canadian films in all, including the U.S. premiere of Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant, in the New Voices, New Visions[…]

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens beat every box office record
    Tuesday December 22nd 2015

    In the end, even the dinosaurs were no match for a universe far, far away. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is officially a record-breaking hit, raking in at least $247 million in its opening weekend. To put that in perspective, The Force Awakens crushed Jurassic World’s record-breaking $208.8 million opening[…]

  • Neve Campbell to be honoured by Canadian actors’ union
    Monday December 21st 2015

    The award — from the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists — recognizes a member’s career achievements and contribution to Canada’s entertainment industry. ACTRA national president Ferne Downey touted Campbell’s versatile film and TV career, which includes her breakout role in “Party of Five” and leading roles in[…]

  • CHCH TV announces massive layoffs as part of restructuring plan
    Monday December 21st 2015

    At least 129 full-time employees and close to 30 part-timers have been let go as part of a massive restructuring of local news at CHCH TV. A newsroom staffer says the number of cuts was announced in a meeting with senior management. Of that group, 71 people have reportedly been[…]

  • Carol named best picture by Toronto Film Critics Association
    Thursday December 17th 2015

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has joined the New York Film Critics Circle in naming Todd Haynes’ Carol as the best picture of 2015. The group also gave Haynes the best-director nod. Carol, which opened Dec. 11 in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, with more cities to follow, is a lesbian[…]

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