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  • Province’s status-quo funding for Alberta film and TV gets mixed reviews
    Thursday April 28th 2016

    Members of the Alberta film and television industry expressed disappointment on Thursday with the provincial budget, suggesting they would have liked to have seen a change in the $5-million cap per project provision in the Alberta Media Fund. There was relief that the NDP government did not cut the fund,[…]

  • No change for film industry in Nova Scotia’s new budget
    Wednesday April 27th 2016

    Well, the province has finished crunching the numbers and this year’s budget thankfully won’t see any more cuts to the film industry. But it won’t be fattening up its wallet either. The Film Incentive Fund remains unchanged, still capped at $10 million despite the chilly reception from both the industry[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival to spotlight Nigerian filmmakers
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    Movies produced in Lagos, Nigeria, will be feted at this year’s Toronto Film Festival as part of the City-to-City sidebar. In the City-to-City section of TIFF 2016, programmed by Cameron Bailey, filmmakers from Lagos, Nigeria, will be put on center stage. Previous cities featured over the sidebar’s eight-year history have[…]

  • Webby Awards 2016 Winners: Netflix, HBO, the Onion, Tyler Oakley, Michelle Obama Pick Up Awards
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    The creators of Netflix’s crime documentary series “Making a Murderer” and satire site the Onion were among a slew of award recipients for the 20th annual Webby Awards, announced Tuesday by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences Other honorees include First Lady Michelle Obama, digital star Tyler Oakley,[…]

  • Two Canadian films selected for Directors’ Fortnight competition at Cannes
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    Filmmaker Kim Nguyen was happy the secret could finally come out. The Montreal director found out several weeks ago his “Two Lovers and a Bear” had been chosen to be part of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival next month. The lineup was finally announced on Tuesday —[…]

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Archives for: April 20165
  • Province’s status-quo funding for Alberta film and TV gets mixed reviews
    Thursday April 28th 2016

    Members of the Alberta film and television industry expressed disappointment on Thursday with the provincial budget, suggesting they would have liked to have seen a change in the $5-million cap per project provision in the Alberta Media Fund. There was relief that the NDP government did not cut the fund,[…]

  • No change for film industry in Nova Scotia’s new budget
    Wednesday April 27th 2016

    Well, the province has finished crunching the numbers and this year’s budget thankfully won’t see any more cuts to the film industry. But it won’t be fattening up its wallet either. The Film Incentive Fund remains unchanged, still capped at $10 million despite the chilly reception from both the industry[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival to spotlight Nigerian filmmakers
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    Movies produced in Lagos, Nigeria, will be feted at this year’s Toronto Film Festival as part of the City-to-City sidebar. In the City-to-City section of TIFF 2016, programmed by Cameron Bailey, filmmakers from Lagos, Nigeria, will be put on center stage. Previous cities featured over the sidebar’s eight-year history have[…]

  • Webby Awards 2016 Winners: Netflix, HBO, the Onion, Tyler Oakley, Michelle Obama Pick Up Awards
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    The creators of Netflix’s crime documentary series “Making a Murderer” and satire site the Onion were among a slew of award recipients for the 20th annual Webby Awards, announced Tuesday by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences Other honorees include First Lady Michelle Obama, digital star Tyler Oakley,[…]

  • Two Canadian films selected for Directors’ Fortnight competition at Cannes
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    Filmmaker Kim Nguyen was happy the secret could finally come out. The Montreal director found out several weeks ago his “Two Lovers and a Bear” had been chosen to be part of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival next month. The lineup was finally announced on Tuesday —[…]

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Archives for: April 20165
  • Province’s status-quo funding for Alberta film and TV gets mixed reviews
    Thursday April 28th 2016

    Members of the Alberta film and television industry expressed disappointment on Thursday with the provincial budget, suggesting they would have liked to have seen a change in the $5-million cap per project provision in the Alberta Media Fund. There was relief that the NDP government did not cut the fund,[…]

  • No change for film industry in Nova Scotia’s new budget
    Wednesday April 27th 2016

    Well, the province has finished crunching the numbers and this year’s budget thankfully won’t see any more cuts to the film industry. But it won’t be fattening up its wallet either. The Film Incentive Fund remains unchanged, still capped at $10 million despite the chilly reception from both the industry[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival to spotlight Nigerian filmmakers
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    Movies produced in Lagos, Nigeria, will be feted at this year’s Toronto Film Festival as part of the City-to-City sidebar. In the City-to-City section of TIFF 2016, programmed by Cameron Bailey, filmmakers from Lagos, Nigeria, will be put on center stage. Previous cities featured over the sidebar’s eight-year history have[…]

  • Webby Awards 2016 Winners: Netflix, HBO, the Onion, Tyler Oakley, Michelle Obama Pick Up Awards
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    The creators of Netflix’s crime documentary series “Making a Murderer” and satire site the Onion were among a slew of award recipients for the 20th annual Webby Awards, announced Tuesday by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences Other honorees include First Lady Michelle Obama, digital star Tyler Oakley,[…]

  • Two Canadian films selected for Directors’ Fortnight competition at Cannes
    Tuesday April 26th 2016

    Filmmaker Kim Nguyen was happy the secret could finally come out. The Montreal director found out several weeks ago his “Two Lovers and a Bear” had been chosen to be part of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival next month. The lineup was finally announced on Tuesday —[…]

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