Cameras roll on Incendo’s Sometimes the Good Kill
Currently shooting in Montreal, the Susie Abromeit starring thriller is the prodco’s fifth made-for-TV movie of the year.
Linear TV viewing dropped in 2015: CRTC
The regulator’s annual report found TV revenue dropped 3.4%, while cable subscriptions were also on the decline.
Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films Oct. 14 to 20, 2016
1:54 takes the #1 spot, with Juste la Fin du Monde dropping to #2 and Two Lovers and a Bear at #3.
Frontier renewed for season two
New episodes have been greenlit in advance of the series premiere on Discovery Canada.
Orphan Black bowing out in style
With cameras rolling in Toronto, the clone series is headed into its final season with a handful of new writers, casting additions and an Emmy under its belt.
WFF names talent lab participants
Amos Scott is among those selected for the Aboriginal Filmmaker Fellowship, with Sara McIntyre selected as a finalist for the Feature Project Lab.
Hot Sheet: Top 10 films Oct. 14 to 20, 2016
The Accountant takes the top spot, followed by The Girl on the Train at #2 and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children at #3.
Spotlight Pictures takes worldwide sales rights to The Unseen
The L.A.-based sales agent will shop Geoff Redknap’s debut film at the upcoming American Film Market.
Porcupine Lake a film of firsts for Ingrid Veninger
The veteran Toronto-based filmmaker chats about doing things differently on her Port Severn, ON-shot sixth feature film.
CMF distributes $3M to 11 projects
Telelatino received the bulk of the Diverse Language Program funding, nabbing more than $1.7 million across six projects.
CraveTV’s new Showtime strategy
The Bell Media streamer will air series day-and-date with the U.S. broadcast, beginning with season three of The Affair next month.
Hyena Road, Vikings win at DGC Awards
Orphan Black and Schitt’s Creek were among the projects that picked up prizes at the directors’ gala on Saturday.
Hot Sheet: Top 20 DVDs Oct. 3 to 9, 2016
X Men: Apocalypse tops the chart, with Warcraft at #2 and Central Intelligence at #3.
In brief: Cameras roll on CBC’s Anne, Comedy Net preps The Beaverton
Amybeth McNulty (pictured) nabs the Anne Shirley role, Apartment 11 and CBBC’s Rank the Prank gets Nickelodeon premiere date, and more.
CraveTV snares 007
The Bell Media streamer and MGM have inked a deal to license the James Bond catalogue in Canada.