Camille Gushway

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Articles by Camille Gushway
How to Plan an Orgy

Coming Soon: How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town

Andrew Hunt shares Northern Banner’s day-and-date distribution strategy for How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town, premiering in select theatres starting May 13.

Vegas Rat Rods

In brief: Discovering the Bermuda Triangle, TIFF features Lagos

Discovery original explores the Bermuda Triangle, Vegas Rat Rods (pictured) begins filming season three, plus more news.

Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky Anthropocene

Telefilm, Rogers invest $1.6M across six docs

Anthropocene (pictured) from Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky was among the projects to receive funding through the Theatrical Documentary Program.

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In brief: NSI New Voices, Saving Hope goes to camera

CTV’s Saving Hope (pictured) begins filming in Toronto, TVO to honour Deepa Mehta, plus more news.

Grand Unified Theory of everything

In brief: MacNaughton leaves TIFF, Grand Unified Theory gets Beijing premiere

David Ray’s Vancouver-shot film (pictured) competes for the Tiantan Prize, David MacNaughton steps down from TIFF’s board of directors, plus more news.

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Nomadic Pictures leads Rosies nominations

In total, 182 finalists across 23 class categories and 32 craft categories will compete in the 42nd annual Alberta Film and Television Awards. (Blackstone pictured.)

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Cineplex to add immersive movie tech

The exhibitor is bringing sensory-based 4DX technology to Canada as part of its premium-experience offering.

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Gusto TV’s fishy new series to bow in April

Fish the Dish, starring Spencer Watts, was made to travel, with two licensing deals in the works.

Koumbie and Nicole Steeves at this years Women Making Waves conference.

1K Wave Atlantic winners give women a voice in film

For the second competition, five filmmakers including Koumbie and Nicole Steeves (pictured) will have five months to create their films with budgets of $1,000.