The eOne TV boss tells Playback Daily new technologies mean old rules restrict creativity and Canadian industry growth, and must change.
Anthony (pictured) is among six film and television industry builders who will be honoured during the 2015 Canadian Screen Week.
Strange bedfellows: City, Netflix, and shomi back a six-part survival thriller from writer/director Michael McGowan.
The joint venture includes MGM’s United Artists Media Group and Hearst Entertainment. (Phil King, president, CTV, sports, and entertainment programming at Bell Media pictured.)
The Toronto facility will be operated by Vice, and is part of a $100 million joint venture between the partners.
Raj Shoan, a regional commissioner for the CRTC, said earlier this year networks had been caught “flat-footed” by digitial competition.
The Canada-South Africa coproduction will be directed by Richard Boddington, who also directed the original Emmy-nominated Against The Wild film.
Lionsgate will release the feature on its home entertainment platforms, as part of a side-deal with Grindstone Entertainment.
Director Saffron Cassaday’s documentary Cyber-Seniors (pictured) has secured deals with broadcast, digital and DVD distributors.
Lezotte will lead marketing and communications for PS Production Services, SIM Digital, Bling Digital and Chainsaw.
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