The Borgias, Day 3: Where do little TV series come from?
Did The Tudors beget The Borgias? Are you kidding? It was practically incest. Denis Seguin wraps his report from the Budapest set of The Borgias.
The Borgias, Day 2: Layers of unreality
Playing a cardinal in Renaissance Rome is no walk in the park. Especially when it’s Colm Feore in the saddle. Denis Seguin continues his report from the Budapest set of The Borgias.
On set in Budapest with The Borgias
The first nine episodes of The Borgias, a US-Canada-Ireland co-venture, are almost complete. Denis Seguin reports from Budapest, Hungary.
Maddin to spy through Keyhole
My Winnipeg director set to shoot next feature with Rossellini and McDonald on board
Three reasons to feel good about the Canadian film business
Someone has been reading Telefilm Canada’s dream book. It’s a fantasy featuring not one but two golden girls, a golden boy and a host of bright lights.
Wild Hunt lands U.S. theatrical deal
Opening in New York leads to DVD-savvy stops in Minnesota, Texas and Arkansas
E1 expands into France
Partnership on DVDs with Aventi mirrors recent deal in Australia. ‘Challenging market,’ notes Théroux
E1 to distribute in the U.S.
Small release of Taylor Hackford’s Love Ranch will test market’s choppy waters. Other titles likely to follow, says Théroux
Hobnobbing, with king pins
Three fingers on my right hand are significantly longer thanks to Hussain Amarshi. The president of Mongrel Media threw his second annual bowling night in Toronto last month and many in the city’s film and TV sectors came out to partake in beer and pizza and previously enjoyed shoes.
Riding Hood to haunt Vancouver
Chloe star Seyfried likely lead in Hardwicke-directed, DiCaprio-produced retelling of fairy tale
Worldwide box office reaches US$29.9 billion
MPAA report credits 3D for all-time high numbers, up 5.5% in Canada and U.S.
Nadda and Iron re-team on Syrian thriller
Cairo Time director and producer setting up next pic with Germany