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  • Documentarian Alanis Obamsawin wins Toronto filmmaking prize
    Tuesday November 29th 2016

    Celebrated documentary-maker Alanis Obomsawin has won the Clyde Gilmour Award, which allows the recipient to bestow $50,000 in Technicolor services to a filmmaker of her choice. In awarding the prize, the Toronto Film Critics Association praised Obomsawin as “a significant architect of Canadian cinema and culture.” The Abenaki director, writer[…]

  • NBCUniversal Gives 600-Plus Film Prints to Toronto Fest to Preserve
    Monday November 28th 2016

    The major studios have long made movies in Canada. Now they’re preserving them here. The Toronto International Film Festival has received 606 film collection prints from NBCUniversal to save from neglect or destruction as the major studios embrace digital projection. That includes 35mm prints of 11 Alfred Hitchcock titles, including[…]

  • Netflix tells Canadian Heritage it makes ‘substantial’ investments in Canada
    Monday November 28th 2016

    Netflix makes “substantial” investments in film and TV productions in Canada and should not face regulation, argues the streaming company in a submission to Canadian Heritage’s public consultation on homegrown content in a digital world. The submission, filed Thursday, comes two years after Netflix suggested to the Canadian Radio-television and[…]

  • World’s largest 1-day film festival announced for Canada’s 150th birthday
    Friday November 25th 2016

    Canadians will be able to celebrate the country’s 150th birthday next April by watching the best in homegrown films. The organizers are calling it the world’s largest one-day film festival and the event will encompass screens on a number of different platforms across the country. Reel Canada, a non-profit organization,[…]

  • Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra chooses Toronto for launch of film about reconnecting with roots
    Thursday November 24th 2016

    A new life in a new city isn’t just the theme of Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra’s newest film — it’s an experience she can relate to firsthand. Chopra, who also stars in the ABC series Quantico, was in Mississauga, Ont. on Sunday for the international launch of her Punjabi feature[…]

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Archives for: November 20165
  • Documentarian Alanis Obamsawin wins Toronto filmmaking prize
    Tuesday November 29th 2016

    Celebrated documentary-maker Alanis Obomsawin has won the Clyde Gilmour Award, which allows the recipient to bestow $50,000 in Technicolor services to a filmmaker of her choice. In awarding the prize, the Toronto Film Critics Association praised Obomsawin as “a significant architect of Canadian cinema and culture.” The Abenaki director, writer[…]

  • NBCUniversal Gives 600-Plus Film Prints to Toronto Fest to Preserve
    Monday November 28th 2016

    The major studios have long made movies in Canada. Now they’re preserving them here. The Toronto International Film Festival has received 606 film collection prints from NBCUniversal to save from neglect or destruction as the major studios embrace digital projection. That includes 35mm prints of 11 Alfred Hitchcock titles, including[…]

  • Netflix tells Canadian Heritage it makes ‘substantial’ investments in Canada
    Monday November 28th 2016

    Netflix makes “substantial” investments in film and TV productions in Canada and should not face regulation, argues the streaming company in a submission to Canadian Heritage’s public consultation on homegrown content in a digital world. The submission, filed Thursday, comes two years after Netflix suggested to the Canadian Radio-television and[…]

  • World’s largest 1-day film festival announced for Canada’s 150th birthday
    Friday November 25th 2016

    Canadians will be able to celebrate the country’s 150th birthday next April by watching the best in homegrown films. The organizers are calling it the world’s largest one-day film festival and the event will encompass screens on a number of different platforms across the country. Reel Canada, a non-profit organization,[…]

  • Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra chooses Toronto for launch of film about reconnecting with roots
    Thursday November 24th 2016

    A new life in a new city isn’t just the theme of Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra’s newest film — it’s an experience she can relate to firsthand. Chopra, who also stars in the ABC series Quantico, was in Mississauga, Ont. on Sunday for the international launch of her Punjabi feature[…]

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Archives for: November 20165
  • Documentarian Alanis Obamsawin wins Toronto filmmaking prize
    Tuesday November 29th 2016

    Celebrated documentary-maker Alanis Obomsawin has won the Clyde Gilmour Award, which allows the recipient to bestow $50,000 in Technicolor services to a filmmaker of her choice. In awarding the prize, the Toronto Film Critics Association praised Obomsawin as “a significant architect of Canadian cinema and culture.” The Abenaki director, writer[…]

  • NBCUniversal Gives 600-Plus Film Prints to Toronto Fest to Preserve
    Monday November 28th 2016

    The major studios have long made movies in Canada. Now they’re preserving them here. The Toronto International Film Festival has received 606 film collection prints from NBCUniversal to save from neglect or destruction as the major studios embrace digital projection. That includes 35mm prints of 11 Alfred Hitchcock titles, including[…]

  • Netflix tells Canadian Heritage it makes ‘substantial’ investments in Canada
    Monday November 28th 2016

    Netflix makes “substantial” investments in film and TV productions in Canada and should not face regulation, argues the streaming company in a submission to Canadian Heritage’s public consultation on homegrown content in a digital world. The submission, filed Thursday, comes two years after Netflix suggested to the Canadian Radio-television and[…]

  • World’s largest 1-day film festival announced for Canada’s 150th birthday
    Friday November 25th 2016

    Canadians will be able to celebrate the country’s 150th birthday next April by watching the best in homegrown films. The organizers are calling it the world’s largest one-day film festival and the event will encompass screens on a number of different platforms across the country. Reel Canada, a non-profit organization,[…]

  • Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra chooses Toronto for launch of film about reconnecting with roots
    Thursday November 24th 2016

    A new life in a new city isn’t just the theme of Bollywood icon Priyanka Chopra’s newest film — it’s an experience she can relate to firsthand. Chopra, who also stars in the ABC series Quantico, was in Mississauga, Ont. on Sunday for the international launch of her Punjabi feature[…]

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