“Honestly, it’s really hard. I’ve been looking at this particular timing for over a year. You know when something feels right. So it’s now,” Wilson tells Playback.
Our spring issue is packed to the pixels with profiles and features on the digital media landscape in Canada today.
The money will go to expanding its crowdfunding and film festival programs. (Picutured: The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz)
A raft of trophies for its scripted series, including The Borgias and Borealis, makes it a winning night for Bell Media, which took home 27 Screenies.
From our print issue: Can you quantify a Canadian cultural award win? Playback looks at how winning a film or TV award differs from book and music prizes. (Kim Nguyen pictured)
The workplace comedy bows tonight and Friday, with Dave Foley, Paul Campbell and Al Mukadam starring.
The deal marks the first exclusive deal for original Canadian content by Netflix, and includes two new seasons and all past seasons of the ensemble TV chuckler.
Toronto’s Secret Location sweeps the cross-platform category, The Amazing Race Canada takes three trophies and APTN’s We Were Children wins two.
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