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  • TTC raises concerns as film festival forces streetcar detour
    Wednesday August 31st 2016

    Despite TTC concerns that closing King St. during the Toronto International Film Festival will seriously disrupt the transit agency’s busiest streetcar route, the city has decided to shut down five blocks of the road next month for a four-day street party. Each fall since 2014, the city has closed King[…]

  • Venice film festival: Hollywood looks to Italy for Oscars launchpad
    Tuesday August 30th 2016

    As the summer ends, so begins the autumn film-festival season, more than ever inextricably linked with the end-of-year scrabble for awards that culminates in the Oscars in February 2017. The first shots have been fired, pundits are already talking up potential contenders, and the slow rollout of the actual films[…]

  • Excessive film shoots at Riverdale home irks neighbours
    Tuesday August 23rd 2016

    Nightmare on Pape Ave. That’s how one Riverdale resident describes the “excessive” number of film shoots that have taken place in the historic Toronto property next door. The most recent one, the remake of Stephen King’s IT, has taken over the three-storey, nearly 130-year-old property right beside the home where[…]

  • Canadian biopic Maudie to open Calgary International Film Festival, Robert Cuffley’s Chokeslam to close
    Monday August 22nd 2016

    Maudie, starring Oscar-nominated actors Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, will kick off the festival on Sept. 21 at the Jack Singer Concert Hall with a red-carpet screening. The film, which tells how Lewis became one of the country’s best-known folk artists despite living in poverty and suffering from rheumatoid arthritis,[…]

  • Prison Break star calls B.C. film industry ‘on par with the greatest crews anywhere’
    Monday August 22nd 2016

    Prison Break actor Robert Knepper had complimentary words for the B.C. film industry this week, labelling local crews as some of the best in the world. The acting veteran, perhaps best known as Theodore (T-Bag) Bagwell on FOX’s Prison Break, was in Vancouver this week filming a recurring role on[…]

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Archives for: August 20165
  • TTC raises concerns as film festival forces streetcar detour
    Wednesday August 31st 2016

    Despite TTC concerns that closing King St. during the Toronto International Film Festival will seriously disrupt the transit agency’s busiest streetcar route, the city has decided to shut down five blocks of the road next month for a four-day street party. Each fall since 2014, the city has closed King[…]

  • Venice film festival: Hollywood looks to Italy for Oscars launchpad
    Tuesday August 30th 2016

    As the summer ends, so begins the autumn film-festival season, more than ever inextricably linked with the end-of-year scrabble for awards that culminates in the Oscars in February 2017. The first shots have been fired, pundits are already talking up potential contenders, and the slow rollout of the actual films[…]

  • Excessive film shoots at Riverdale home irks neighbours
    Tuesday August 23rd 2016

    Nightmare on Pape Ave. That’s how one Riverdale resident describes the “excessive” number of film shoots that have taken place in the historic Toronto property next door. The most recent one, the remake of Stephen King’s IT, has taken over the three-storey, nearly 130-year-old property right beside the home where[…]

  • Canadian biopic Maudie to open Calgary International Film Festival, Robert Cuffley’s Chokeslam to close
    Monday August 22nd 2016

    Maudie, starring Oscar-nominated actors Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, will kick off the festival on Sept. 21 at the Jack Singer Concert Hall with a red-carpet screening. The film, which tells how Lewis became one of the country’s best-known folk artists despite living in poverty and suffering from rheumatoid arthritis,[…]

  • Prison Break star calls B.C. film industry ‘on par with the greatest crews anywhere’
    Monday August 22nd 2016

    Prison Break actor Robert Knepper had complimentary words for the B.C. film industry this week, labelling local crews as some of the best in the world. The acting veteran, perhaps best known as Theodore (T-Bag) Bagwell on FOX’s Prison Break, was in Vancouver this week filming a recurring role on[…]

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Archives for: August 20165
  • TTC raises concerns as film festival forces streetcar detour
    Wednesday August 31st 2016

    Despite TTC concerns that closing King St. during the Toronto International Film Festival will seriously disrupt the transit agency’s busiest streetcar route, the city has decided to shut down five blocks of the road next month for a four-day street party. Each fall since 2014, the city has closed King[…]

  • Venice film festival: Hollywood looks to Italy for Oscars launchpad
    Tuesday August 30th 2016

    As the summer ends, so begins the autumn film-festival season, more than ever inextricably linked with the end-of-year scrabble for awards that culminates in the Oscars in February 2017. The first shots have been fired, pundits are already talking up potential contenders, and the slow rollout of the actual films[…]

  • Excessive film shoots at Riverdale home irks neighbours
    Tuesday August 23rd 2016

    Nightmare on Pape Ave. That’s how one Riverdale resident describes the “excessive” number of film shoots that have taken place in the historic Toronto property next door. The most recent one, the remake of Stephen King’s IT, has taken over the three-storey, nearly 130-year-old property right beside the home where[…]

  • Canadian biopic Maudie to open Calgary International Film Festival, Robert Cuffley’s Chokeslam to close
    Monday August 22nd 2016

    Maudie, starring Oscar-nominated actors Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, will kick off the festival on Sept. 21 at the Jack Singer Concert Hall with a red-carpet screening. The film, which tells how Lewis became one of the country’s best-known folk artists despite living in poverty and suffering from rheumatoid arthritis,[…]

  • Prison Break star calls B.C. film industry ‘on par with the greatest crews anywhere’
    Monday August 22nd 2016

    Prison Break actor Robert Knepper had complimentary words for the B.C. film industry this week, labelling local crews as some of the best in the world. The acting veteran, perhaps best known as Theodore (T-Bag) Bagwell on FOX’s Prison Break, was in Vancouver this week filming a recurring role on[…]

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