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  • Three Toronto filmmakers share $110,000 from local critics’ prize
    Thursday January 19th 2017

    Toronto filmmakers Hugh Gibson, Matt Johnson and Kazik Radwanski have agreed to share prizes totalling $110,000 awarded to them by members of the Toronto Film Critics Association. Gibson took the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award at the TFCA’s 20th anniversary gala Jan. 10, for his documentary The Stairs, which[…]

  • February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns
    Wednesday January 18th 2017

    William F. White International Inc. (Whites) has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE! This widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support complex, William F. White[…]

  • The Canadian Screen Awards go homegrown-heavy in 2017
    Tuesday January 17th 2017

    The 2017 Canadian Screen Awards are going to look more, well, Canadian this year. After the 2016 edition of the CSAs was dominated by Oscar darlings Room and Brooklyn – both technically Canadian co-productions, even if they starred Americans and Europeans and were directed by Irishmen – this year’s awards[…]

  • Inuit film producers partner with Haida for first-of-its-kind feature
    Monday January 16th 2017

    The powerhouse producers behind the iconic Inuit film Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner are partnering with the Haida First Nation in B.C. to make a feature-length film made entirely in two Haida dialects. Set in 19th century Haida Gwaii, The Edge of the Knife is a film three years in the[…]

  • Talented filmmakers leaving P.E.I. without film labour rebate, says IMAC
    Thursday January 12th 2017

    The head of the Island Media Arts Cooperative is frustrated the province hasn’t re-established a labour rebate for film and TV production. Nils Ling told CBC News millions of dollars in federal funding is being lost and talented Island filmmakers are moving to work elsewhere. The P.E.I. government cut its[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • Three Toronto filmmakers share $110,000 from local critics’ prize
    Thursday January 19th 2017

    Toronto filmmakers Hugh Gibson, Matt Johnson and Kazik Radwanski have agreed to share prizes totalling $110,000 awarded to them by members of the Toronto Film Critics Association. Gibson took the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award at the TFCA’s 20th anniversary gala Jan. 10, for his documentary The Stairs, which[…]

  • February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns
    Wednesday January 18th 2017

    William F. White International Inc. (Whites) has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE! This widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support complex, William F. White[…]

  • The Canadian Screen Awards go homegrown-heavy in 2017
    Tuesday January 17th 2017

    The 2017 Canadian Screen Awards are going to look more, well, Canadian this year. After the 2016 edition of the CSAs was dominated by Oscar darlings Room and Brooklyn – both technically Canadian co-productions, even if they starred Americans and Europeans and were directed by Irishmen – this year’s awards[…]

  • Inuit film producers partner with Haida for first-of-its-kind feature
    Monday January 16th 2017

    The powerhouse producers behind the iconic Inuit film Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner are partnering with the Haida First Nation in B.C. to make a feature-length film made entirely in two Haida dialects. Set in 19th century Haida Gwaii, The Edge of the Knife is a film three years in the[…]

  • Talented filmmakers leaving P.E.I. without film labour rebate, says IMAC
    Thursday January 12th 2017

    The head of the Island Media Arts Cooperative is frustrated the province hasn’t re-established a labour rebate for film and TV production. Nils Ling told CBC News millions of dollars in federal funding is being lost and talented Island filmmakers are moving to work elsewhere. The P.E.I. government cut its[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • Three Toronto filmmakers share $110,000 from local critics’ prize
    Thursday January 19th 2017

    Toronto filmmakers Hugh Gibson, Matt Johnson and Kazik Radwanski have agreed to share prizes totalling $110,000 awarded to them by members of the Toronto Film Critics Association. Gibson took the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award at the TFCA’s 20th anniversary gala Jan. 10, for his documentary The Stairs, which[…]

  • February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns
    Wednesday January 18th 2017

    William F. White International Inc. (Whites) has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE! This widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support complex, William F. White[…]

  • The Canadian Screen Awards go homegrown-heavy in 2017
    Tuesday January 17th 2017

    The 2017 Canadian Screen Awards are going to look more, well, Canadian this year. After the 2016 edition of the CSAs was dominated by Oscar darlings Room and Brooklyn – both technically Canadian co-productions, even if they starred Americans and Europeans and were directed by Irishmen – this year’s awards[…]

  • Inuit film producers partner with Haida for first-of-its-kind feature
    Monday January 16th 2017

    The powerhouse producers behind the iconic Inuit film Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner are partnering with the Haida First Nation in B.C. to make a feature-length film made entirely in two Haida dialects. Set in 19th century Haida Gwaii, The Edge of the Knife is a film three years in the[…]

  • Talented filmmakers leaving P.E.I. without film labour rebate, says IMAC
    Thursday January 12th 2017

    The head of the Island Media Arts Cooperative is frustrated the province hasn’t re-established a labour rebate for film and TV production. Nils Ling told CBC News millions of dollars in federal funding is being lost and talented Island filmmakers are moving to work elsewhere. The P.E.I. government cut its[…]

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