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  • Cinespace sells studio land to General Motors
    Thursday April 21st 2016

    One of Canada’s largest film studios has sold its east Toronto property to a major automaker. Cinespace Film Studios has sold its Eastern Ave. facility to General Motors of Canada, film studio vice-president Jim Mirkopoulos confirmed Monday. The studio hopes to move its east Toronto operations to city-owned property on[…]

  • Shhh. It’s the Toronto Silent Film Festival
    Wednesday April 20th 2016

    Cinema’s first decades were as adventurous and innovative as any of the eras that followed the advent of synchronized sound. Alas, many of the period’s greatest films are already lost to the ages and others risk being forgotten or entirely ignored by viewers who mistake today’s blockbusters for anything new.[…]

  • Two Canadian films selected for Directors’ Fortnight competition at Cannes
    Tuesday April 19th 2016

    Two Canadian movies have been selected to be part of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival next month. Organizers chose “Two Lovers and a Bear” by Montrealer Kim Nguyen and “Mean Dreams” by Toronto’s Nathan Morlando to screen at the prestigious independent series that runs parallel to the[…]

  • Steven Spielberg to Tackle ‘The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara’ as Next Film
    Thursday April 14th 2016

    Steven Spielberg will tackle his long-gestating religious period drama The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara after he wraps Ready Player One, setting Bridge of Spies Oscar winner Mark Rylance to star in the Amblin Entertainment project. Tony Kushner, who worked on Spielberg’s Lincoln and Munich, wrote the script adapting the David[…]

  • New Brunswick film Catherine included in Cannes
    Wednesday April 13th 2016

    Saint John filmmaker Jarrod Hachey is looking forward to learning as much as he can about film-making while attending the Cannes Film Festival in France in May. Hachey’s film, Catherine, is included in the festival’s short-film catalogue,giving him access to films, workshops and industry insiders. “I read a Cannes survival[…]

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  • Cinespace sells studio land to General Motors
    Thursday April 21st 2016

    One of Canada’s largest film studios has sold its east Toronto property to a major automaker. Cinespace Film Studios has sold its Eastern Ave. facility to General Motors of Canada, film studio vice-president Jim Mirkopoulos confirmed Monday. The studio hopes to move its east Toronto operations to city-owned property on[…]

  • Shhh. It’s the Toronto Silent Film Festival
    Wednesday April 20th 2016

    Cinema’s first decades were as adventurous and innovative as any of the eras that followed the advent of synchronized sound. Alas, many of the period’s greatest films are already lost to the ages and others risk being forgotten or entirely ignored by viewers who mistake today’s blockbusters for anything new.[…]

  • Two Canadian films selected for Directors’ Fortnight competition at Cannes
    Tuesday April 19th 2016

    Two Canadian movies have been selected to be part of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival next month. Organizers chose “Two Lovers and a Bear” by Montrealer Kim Nguyen and “Mean Dreams” by Toronto’s Nathan Morlando to screen at the prestigious independent series that runs parallel to the[…]

  • Steven Spielberg to Tackle ‘The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara’ as Next Film
    Thursday April 14th 2016

    Steven Spielberg will tackle his long-gestating religious period drama The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara after he wraps Ready Player One, setting Bridge of Spies Oscar winner Mark Rylance to star in the Amblin Entertainment project. Tony Kushner, who worked on Spielberg’s Lincoln and Munich, wrote the script adapting the David[…]

  • New Brunswick film Catherine included in Cannes
    Wednesday April 13th 2016

    Saint John filmmaker Jarrod Hachey is looking forward to learning as much as he can about film-making while attending the Cannes Film Festival in France in May. Hachey’s film, Catherine, is included in the festival’s short-film catalogue,giving him access to films, workshops and industry insiders. “I read a Cannes survival[…]

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Archives for: April 20165
  • Cinespace sells studio land to General Motors
    Thursday April 21st 2016

    One of Canada’s largest film studios has sold its east Toronto property to a major automaker. Cinespace Film Studios has sold its Eastern Ave. facility to General Motors of Canada, film studio vice-president Jim Mirkopoulos confirmed Monday. The studio hopes to move its east Toronto operations to city-owned property on[…]

  • Shhh. It’s the Toronto Silent Film Festival
    Wednesday April 20th 2016

    Cinema’s first decades were as adventurous and innovative as any of the eras that followed the advent of synchronized sound. Alas, many of the period’s greatest films are already lost to the ages and others risk being forgotten or entirely ignored by viewers who mistake today’s blockbusters for anything new.[…]

  • Two Canadian films selected for Directors’ Fortnight competition at Cannes
    Tuesday April 19th 2016

    Two Canadian movies have been selected to be part of the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival next month. Organizers chose “Two Lovers and a Bear” by Montrealer Kim Nguyen and “Mean Dreams” by Toronto’s Nathan Morlando to screen at the prestigious independent series that runs parallel to the[…]

  • Steven Spielberg to Tackle ‘The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara’ as Next Film
    Thursday April 14th 2016

    Steven Spielberg will tackle his long-gestating religious period drama The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara after he wraps Ready Player One, setting Bridge of Spies Oscar winner Mark Rylance to star in the Amblin Entertainment project. Tony Kushner, who worked on Spielberg’s Lincoln and Munich, wrote the script adapting the David[…]

  • New Brunswick film Catherine included in Cannes
    Wednesday April 13th 2016

    Saint John filmmaker Jarrod Hachey is looking forward to learning as much as he can about film-making while attending the Cannes Film Festival in France in May. Hachey’s film, Catherine, is included in the festival’s short-film catalogue,giving him access to films, workshops and industry insiders. “I read a Cannes survival[…]

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