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  • Kate Taylor: Why TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten initiative is so smart
    Thursday December 17th 2015

    If I wanted to see a Canadian film in a Toronto cinema this weekend, I’d have some interesting choices. I could see Atom Egoyan’s Holocaust-revenge thriller Remember; I could see the much-praised drama Room; I could see film critic Brian D. Johnson’s documentary about poet Al Purdy. Truth is, who[…]

  • Netflix comes to Bell’s Fibe TV
    Wednesday December 16th 2015

    Bell’s Fibe TV subscribers will now be able to access Netflix through their set-top box. Bell has been aggressively marketing its Internet-protocol TV service in Ontario and Quebec as an alternative to a cable subscription since its launch in 2010. Netflix has disrupted the traditional TV subscription business model by[…]

  • Youth in the spotlight of Canada’s Top 10 films
    Tuesday December 15th 2015

    The majority of the Canadian movies picked for Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival feature a youthful perspective. Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr, by Patrick Reed and the Toronto Star’s Michelle Shephard; Patricia Rozema’s Into the Forest, starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, and Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant are among the[…]

  • Winnipeg animator shortlisted for Oscar
    Tuesday December 15th 2015

    If he indeed was a deity, Cordell Barker would have a little better handle on the whole Oscar nomination thing. The Winnipeg animator learned that his fourth animated short, If I Was God …, was among 10 films shortlisted from a group of 60 for one of five Oscar nominations.[…]

  • Toronto film studio cuts fees in half for women
    Monday December 14th 2015

    Peter Apostolopoulos dabbled in film and television as an actor and producer before going into the family real estate development business full-time. Now, as president of Toronto’s newest film production space, TriBro Studios, Apostolopoulos has decided to offer an extra helping hand to productions helmed by women, a group he[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Kate Taylor: Why TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten initiative is so smart
    Thursday December 17th 2015

    If I wanted to see a Canadian film in a Toronto cinema this weekend, I’d have some interesting choices. I could see Atom Egoyan’s Holocaust-revenge thriller Remember; I could see the much-praised drama Room; I could see film critic Brian D. Johnson’s documentary about poet Al Purdy. Truth is, who[…]

  • Netflix comes to Bell’s Fibe TV
    Wednesday December 16th 2015

    Bell’s Fibe TV subscribers will now be able to access Netflix through their set-top box. Bell has been aggressively marketing its Internet-protocol TV service in Ontario and Quebec as an alternative to a cable subscription since its launch in 2010. Netflix has disrupted the traditional TV subscription business model by[…]

  • Youth in the spotlight of Canada’s Top 10 films
    Tuesday December 15th 2015

    The majority of the Canadian movies picked for Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival feature a youthful perspective. Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr, by Patrick Reed and the Toronto Star’s Michelle Shephard; Patricia Rozema’s Into the Forest, starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, and Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant are among the[…]

  • Winnipeg animator shortlisted for Oscar
    Tuesday December 15th 2015

    If he indeed was a deity, Cordell Barker would have a little better handle on the whole Oscar nomination thing. The Winnipeg animator learned that his fourth animated short, If I Was God …, was among 10 films shortlisted from a group of 60 for one of five Oscar nominations.[…]

  • Toronto film studio cuts fees in half for women
    Monday December 14th 2015

    Peter Apostolopoulos dabbled in film and television as an actor and producer before going into the family real estate development business full-time. Now, as president of Toronto’s newest film production space, TriBro Studios, Apostolopoulos has decided to offer an extra helping hand to productions helmed by women, a group he[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Kate Taylor: Why TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten initiative is so smart
    Thursday December 17th 2015

    If I wanted to see a Canadian film in a Toronto cinema this weekend, I’d have some interesting choices. I could see Atom Egoyan’s Holocaust-revenge thriller Remember; I could see the much-praised drama Room; I could see film critic Brian D. Johnson’s documentary about poet Al Purdy. Truth is, who[…]

  • Netflix comes to Bell’s Fibe TV
    Wednesday December 16th 2015

    Bell’s Fibe TV subscribers will now be able to access Netflix through their set-top box. Bell has been aggressively marketing its Internet-protocol TV service in Ontario and Quebec as an alternative to a cable subscription since its launch in 2010. Netflix has disrupted the traditional TV subscription business model by[…]

  • Youth in the spotlight of Canada’s Top 10 films
    Tuesday December 15th 2015

    The majority of the Canadian movies picked for Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival feature a youthful perspective. Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr, by Patrick Reed and the Toronto Star’s Michelle Shephard; Patricia Rozema’s Into the Forest, starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, and Andrew Cividino’s Sleeping Giant are among the[…]

  • Winnipeg animator shortlisted for Oscar
    Tuesday December 15th 2015

    If he indeed was a deity, Cordell Barker would have a little better handle on the whole Oscar nomination thing. The Winnipeg animator learned that his fourth animated short, If I Was God …, was among 10 films shortlisted from a group of 60 for one of five Oscar nominations.[…]

  • Toronto film studio cuts fees in half for women
    Monday December 14th 2015

    Peter Apostolopoulos dabbled in film and television as an actor and producer before going into the family real estate development business full-time. Now, as president of Toronto’s newest film production space, TriBro Studios, Apostolopoulos has decided to offer an extra helping hand to productions helmed by women, a group he[…]

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