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  • Canada’s Xavier Dolan wins Grand Prix at Cannes for It’s Only the End of the World
    Tuesday May 24th 2016

    Canada’s Xavier Dolan has won the Grand Prix, the second-place prize at the Cannes Film Festival, for his dysfunctional family dramaIt’s Only the End of the World. It ties with Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter, which won the Grand Prix in 1997, for the highest honour ever won for a[…]

  • About $1.5B was spent on film and TV productions in Toronto in 2015: Tory
    Sunday May 22nd 2016

    Last year was the busiest year on record for Toronto’s film and television industry but Mayor John Tory says there is a “capacity to do more” and is promising to work to make the continued growth of the business possible. In 2015, a total of $1.5 billion was spent on[…]

  • Calgary opens $28 million film centre to attract more productions
    Friday May 20th 2016

    Vancouver may be one of the top filming centres in North America, but Calgary is upping its game to provide stronger competition. That became clear with the opening of the Calgary Film Centre today (May 19). The $28 million complex includes three soundstages covering 50,000 square feet; warehouse space spanning[…]

  • Sim Group names James Haggarty president/CEO
    Monday May 16th 2016

    The Sim Group’s (www.simgroup.com) board of directors has appointed James (Jamie) Haggarty president and CEO, effective May 16th. After successfully expanding and diversifying the company he founded 34-years ago, Rob Sim is moving into a new role as vice chairman. The company has expanded rapidly over the past few years,[…]

  • B.C. lowers tax credit available to film industry
    Tuesday May 10th 2016

    The B.C. government announced today it will lower the subsidies available to the film industry, bringing in a projected $100 million in annual savings to the province. As of October 1, the film industry tax credit will go from 33 per cent, down to 28 per cent.  “Our objective here[…]

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  • Canada’s Xavier Dolan wins Grand Prix at Cannes for It’s Only the End of the World
    Tuesday May 24th 2016

    Canada’s Xavier Dolan has won the Grand Prix, the second-place prize at the Cannes Film Festival, for his dysfunctional family dramaIt’s Only the End of the World. It ties with Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter, which won the Grand Prix in 1997, for the highest honour ever won for a[…]

  • About $1.5B was spent on film and TV productions in Toronto in 2015: Tory
    Sunday May 22nd 2016

    Last year was the busiest year on record for Toronto’s film and television industry but Mayor John Tory says there is a “capacity to do more” and is promising to work to make the continued growth of the business possible. In 2015, a total of $1.5 billion was spent on[…]

  • Calgary opens $28 million film centre to attract more productions
    Friday May 20th 2016

    Vancouver may be one of the top filming centres in North America, but Calgary is upping its game to provide stronger competition. That became clear with the opening of the Calgary Film Centre today (May 19). The $28 million complex includes three soundstages covering 50,000 square feet; warehouse space spanning[…]

  • Sim Group names James Haggarty president/CEO
    Monday May 16th 2016

    The Sim Group’s (www.simgroup.com) board of directors has appointed James (Jamie) Haggarty president and CEO, effective May 16th. After successfully expanding and diversifying the company he founded 34-years ago, Rob Sim is moving into a new role as vice chairman. The company has expanded rapidly over the past few years,[…]

  • B.C. lowers tax credit available to film industry
    Tuesday May 10th 2016

    The B.C. government announced today it will lower the subsidies available to the film industry, bringing in a projected $100 million in annual savings to the province. As of October 1, the film industry tax credit will go from 33 per cent, down to 28 per cent.  “Our objective here[…]

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Archives for: May 20165
  • Canada’s Xavier Dolan wins Grand Prix at Cannes for It’s Only the End of the World
    Tuesday May 24th 2016

    Canada’s Xavier Dolan has won the Grand Prix, the second-place prize at the Cannes Film Festival, for his dysfunctional family dramaIt’s Only the End of the World. It ties with Atom Egoyan’s The Sweet Hereafter, which won the Grand Prix in 1997, for the highest honour ever won for a[…]

  • About $1.5B was spent on film and TV productions in Toronto in 2015: Tory
    Sunday May 22nd 2016

    Last year was the busiest year on record for Toronto’s film and television industry but Mayor John Tory says there is a “capacity to do more” and is promising to work to make the continued growth of the business possible. In 2015, a total of $1.5 billion was spent on[…]

  • Calgary opens $28 million film centre to attract more productions
    Friday May 20th 2016

    Vancouver may be one of the top filming centres in North America, but Calgary is upping its game to provide stronger competition. That became clear with the opening of the Calgary Film Centre today (May 19). The $28 million complex includes three soundstages covering 50,000 square feet; warehouse space spanning[…]

  • Sim Group names James Haggarty president/CEO
    Monday May 16th 2016

    The Sim Group’s (www.simgroup.com) board of directors has appointed James (Jamie) Haggarty president and CEO, effective May 16th. After successfully expanding and diversifying the company he founded 34-years ago, Rob Sim is moving into a new role as vice chairman. The company has expanded rapidly over the past few years,[…]

  • B.C. lowers tax credit available to film industry
    Tuesday May 10th 2016

    The B.C. government announced today it will lower the subsidies available to the film industry, bringing in a projected $100 million in annual savings to the province. As of October 1, the film industry tax credit will go from 33 per cent, down to 28 per cent.  “Our objective here[…]

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