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Photo Gallery: 2018 TFCA gala

The year’s best films were feted at the Toronto Film Critics Association’s annual awards event.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Jan. 2 to 8, 2018

Stranger Things and the Toronto-shot Star Trek: Discovery are still in the #1 and #2 slots, Travelers moves up to #6.

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Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films Dec. 29, 2017 to Jan. 4, 2018

Le trip a trois is still at #1, with Junior Majeur at #2 and The Man Who Invented Christmas at #3.

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Hot Sheet: Top 10 films Dec. 29, 2017 to Jan. 4, 2018

The Montreal-shot Le trip a trois is at #9, while Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle still hold the #1 and #2 slots.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Dec. 24 to 30, 2017

Stranger Things is still in the lead at #1, followed by Toronto-shot Star Trek: Discovery at #2, with Travelers at #7.

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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs, Dec. 18 to 24, 2017

While Young Sheldon won the week, Murdoch Mysteries cracked the top 10, with Kim’s Convenience coming in at #27.

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Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films Dec. 22 to 28, 2017

Le trip a trois is at #1, followed by Junior Majeur at #2 and The Man Who Invented Christmas at #3.

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Hot Sheet: Top 10 films Dec. 22 to 28, 2017

Le trip a trois is at #9, with Star Wars: The Last Jedi at #1 and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle at #2.

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Season’s greetings from Playback

We’re taking a brief hiatus, but will be back with more industry news on Jan. 3, 2018. See you in the New Year!

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Dec. 12 to 18, 2017

Stranger Things is at #1, followed by Star Trek: Discovery at #2 and The Crown at #3.

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Bell Media’s simsub federal court appeal dismissed

The media company is “considering all options” on how to proceed.

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Top-grossing films of 2017

A pair of French-language sequels were the story of this year’s Canadian box office, while all five of the best-performing international features took in more than $30 million.