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  • Ottawa ready for its Hollywood North close-up as tight-knit film community thrives
    Monday December 19th 2016

    It’s quite likely that Ottawa will never be able to compete with Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and their big-budget movie productions. But a feature film, shot this year in the nation’s capital and surrounding area, could put the city on Hollywood’s radar as a viable, alternative movie-making site. I Am[…]

  • Canada’s 150th birthday to be marked with National Canadian Film Day
    Monday December 19th 2016

    National Canadian Film Day will unspool across the country in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday next year. The non-profit organization Reel Canada announced Monday that the federal and Ontario governments have pledged funding to back the initiative as an official signature project of the sesquicentennial. The cross-country event is being[…]

  • Toronto Film Critics Association honours ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Toni Erdmann,’ and others
    Friday December 16th 2016

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has named “Moonlight” best picture of the year and has also announced nominees for its upcoming $100,000 Canadian film prize. “Moonlight,” a coming-of-age story by American director Barry Jenkins, also won best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali from the TFCA on Sunday. The German-Austrian father-daughter[…]

  • Canadian actor Alan Thicke dead at 69
    Wednesday December 14th 2016

    Actor Alan Thicke, best known for playing the dad on ’80s sitcom Growing Pains, has died at the age of 69. Carleen Donovan, a publicist for one of Thicke’s three sons, singer Robin Thicke, said the Canadian-born actor died from a heart attack Tuesday in Los Angeles. Thicke was playing[…]

  • TIFF announces Canada’s Top 10 films of 2016
    Friday December 09th 2016

    Movies about personal and social revolution and stories set on snow and ice make up the chosen 2016 features of Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival. The desire to “show Canadians who we are” as a nation, in the words of TIFF Artistic Director Cameron Bailey, finds root in a coast-to-coast-to[…]

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  • Ottawa ready for its Hollywood North close-up as tight-knit film community thrives
    Monday December 19th 2016

    It’s quite likely that Ottawa will never be able to compete with Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and their big-budget movie productions. But a feature film, shot this year in the nation’s capital and surrounding area, could put the city on Hollywood’s radar as a viable, alternative movie-making site. I Am[…]

  • Canada’s 150th birthday to be marked with National Canadian Film Day
    Monday December 19th 2016

    National Canadian Film Day will unspool across the country in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday next year. The non-profit organization Reel Canada announced Monday that the federal and Ontario governments have pledged funding to back the initiative as an official signature project of the sesquicentennial. The cross-country event is being[…]

  • Toronto Film Critics Association honours ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Toni Erdmann,’ and others
    Friday December 16th 2016

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has named “Moonlight” best picture of the year and has also announced nominees for its upcoming $100,000 Canadian film prize. “Moonlight,” a coming-of-age story by American director Barry Jenkins, also won best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali from the TFCA on Sunday. The German-Austrian father-daughter[…]

  • Canadian actor Alan Thicke dead at 69
    Wednesday December 14th 2016

    Actor Alan Thicke, best known for playing the dad on ’80s sitcom Growing Pains, has died at the age of 69. Carleen Donovan, a publicist for one of Thicke’s three sons, singer Robin Thicke, said the Canadian-born actor died from a heart attack Tuesday in Los Angeles. Thicke was playing[…]

  • TIFF announces Canada’s Top 10 films of 2016
    Friday December 09th 2016

    Movies about personal and social revolution and stories set on snow and ice make up the chosen 2016 features of Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival. The desire to “show Canadians who we are” as a nation, in the words of TIFF Artistic Director Cameron Bailey, finds root in a coast-to-coast-to[…]

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Archives for: December 20165
  • Ottawa ready for its Hollywood North close-up as tight-knit film community thrives
    Monday December 19th 2016

    It’s quite likely that Ottawa will never be able to compete with Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and their big-budget movie productions. But a feature film, shot this year in the nation’s capital and surrounding area, could put the city on Hollywood’s radar as a viable, alternative movie-making site. I Am[…]

  • Canada’s 150th birthday to be marked with National Canadian Film Day
    Monday December 19th 2016

    National Canadian Film Day will unspool across the country in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday next year. The non-profit organization Reel Canada announced Monday that the federal and Ontario governments have pledged funding to back the initiative as an official signature project of the sesquicentennial. The cross-country event is being[…]

  • Toronto Film Critics Association honours ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Toni Erdmann,’ and others
    Friday December 16th 2016

    The Toronto Film Critics Association has named “Moonlight” best picture of the year and has also announced nominees for its upcoming $100,000 Canadian film prize. “Moonlight,” a coming-of-age story by American director Barry Jenkins, also won best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali from the TFCA on Sunday. The German-Austrian father-daughter[…]

  • Canadian actor Alan Thicke dead at 69
    Wednesday December 14th 2016

    Actor Alan Thicke, best known for playing the dad on ’80s sitcom Growing Pains, has died at the age of 69. Carleen Donovan, a publicist for one of Thicke’s three sons, singer Robin Thicke, said the Canadian-born actor died from a heart attack Tuesday in Los Angeles. Thicke was playing[…]

  • TIFF announces Canada’s Top 10 films of 2016
    Friday December 09th 2016

    Movies about personal and social revolution and stories set on snow and ice make up the chosen 2016 features of Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival. The desire to “show Canadians who we are” as a nation, in the words of TIFF Artistic Director Cameron Bailey, finds root in a coast-to-coast-to[…]

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