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  • Woody Allen’s Cafe Society to open Cannes film festival
    Tuesday March 29th 2016

    Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society” will kick off this year’s Cannes film festival, organisers said on Tuesday, the third time the acclaimed American writer and director has opened the event with one of his movies. Allen has previously opened the prestigious annual festival, held in the south of France, with “Hollywood[…]

  • B.C. film industry invests big in new studio infrastructure
    Thursday March 24th 2016

    No matter what the Canadian dollar is trading at, Alex Godfrey is confident the B.C. film industry will always be drawing productions from Los Angeles like birds that eventually return north. But last year it was evident to Godfrey and business partner Kyle Hou that Vancouver was losing productions because[…]

  • Americans scooping up key jobs on Canadian film sets thanks to new rules from Ottawa
    Wednesday March 23rd 2016

    It all looked so lovely on the surface. A sound stage full of craftspeople in the cinema and television industry greeted Michael Coteau, Ontario’s minister of culture, with warm applause Wednesday morning as he announced that film and TV pumped $1.5 billion into the Ontario economy in 2015, making it[…]

  • Cape Breton film worker ready to leave Nova Scotia
    Tuesday March 22nd 2016

    Nearly a year after the Nova Scotia government replaced its film tax credit with an incentive fund, the film and television industry in the province could perhaps best be described as dormant. Scores of workers in the industry have gone to other Canadian centres to pursue their careers because of[…]

  • NFB pledge for gender parity could spur change in Canadian film industry
    Tuesday March 22nd 2016

    The National Film Board of Canada delivered a swift kick in the pants to the movie industry Tuesday as commissioner Claude Joli-Coeur announced that the organization will ensure that in future half of its films will be directed by women and half of its production budgets will be spent on[…]

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  • Woody Allen’s Cafe Society to open Cannes film festival
    Tuesday March 29th 2016

    Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society” will kick off this year’s Cannes film festival, organisers said on Tuesday, the third time the acclaimed American writer and director has opened the event with one of his movies. Allen has previously opened the prestigious annual festival, held in the south of France, with “Hollywood[…]

  • B.C. film industry invests big in new studio infrastructure
    Thursday March 24th 2016

    No matter what the Canadian dollar is trading at, Alex Godfrey is confident the B.C. film industry will always be drawing productions from Los Angeles like birds that eventually return north. But last year it was evident to Godfrey and business partner Kyle Hou that Vancouver was losing productions because[…]

  • Americans scooping up key jobs on Canadian film sets thanks to new rules from Ottawa
    Wednesday March 23rd 2016

    It all looked so lovely on the surface. A sound stage full of craftspeople in the cinema and television industry greeted Michael Coteau, Ontario’s minister of culture, with warm applause Wednesday morning as he announced that film and TV pumped $1.5 billion into the Ontario economy in 2015, making it[…]

  • Cape Breton film worker ready to leave Nova Scotia
    Tuesday March 22nd 2016

    Nearly a year after the Nova Scotia government replaced its film tax credit with an incentive fund, the film and television industry in the province could perhaps best be described as dormant. Scores of workers in the industry have gone to other Canadian centres to pursue their careers because of[…]

  • NFB pledge for gender parity could spur change in Canadian film industry
    Tuesday March 22nd 2016

    The National Film Board of Canada delivered a swift kick in the pants to the movie industry Tuesday as commissioner Claude Joli-Coeur announced that the organization will ensure that in future half of its films will be directed by women and half of its production budgets will be spent on[…]

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Archives for: March 20165
  • Woody Allen’s Cafe Society to open Cannes film festival
    Tuesday March 29th 2016

    Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society” will kick off this year’s Cannes film festival, organisers said on Tuesday, the third time the acclaimed American writer and director has opened the event with one of his movies. Allen has previously opened the prestigious annual festival, held in the south of France, with “Hollywood[…]

  • B.C. film industry invests big in new studio infrastructure
    Thursday March 24th 2016

    No matter what the Canadian dollar is trading at, Alex Godfrey is confident the B.C. film industry will always be drawing productions from Los Angeles like birds that eventually return north. But last year it was evident to Godfrey and business partner Kyle Hou that Vancouver was losing productions because[…]

  • Americans scooping up key jobs on Canadian film sets thanks to new rules from Ottawa
    Wednesday March 23rd 2016

    It all looked so lovely on the surface. A sound stage full of craftspeople in the cinema and television industry greeted Michael Coteau, Ontario’s minister of culture, with warm applause Wednesday morning as he announced that film and TV pumped $1.5 billion into the Ontario economy in 2015, making it[…]

  • Cape Breton film worker ready to leave Nova Scotia
    Tuesday March 22nd 2016

    Nearly a year after the Nova Scotia government replaced its film tax credit with an incentive fund, the film and television industry in the province could perhaps best be described as dormant. Scores of workers in the industry have gone to other Canadian centres to pursue their careers because of[…]

  • NFB pledge for gender parity could spur change in Canadian film industry
    Tuesday March 22nd 2016

    The National Film Board of Canada delivered a swift kick in the pants to the movie industry Tuesday as commissioner Claude Joli-Coeur announced that the organization will ensure that in future half of its films will be directed by women and half of its production budgets will be spent on[…]

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