Jordan Pinto

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SK Films returns with Amazon Adventure

The latest project from the 3D-film producer and distributor opens today in the Ontario Science Centre, Montreal Science Centre and Sudbury’s Science North.

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BGM teams with Electric Pictures on WWI int’l copro

The Canada-Australia coproduction 100 Days to Victory is a co-commission from Corus, Foxtel and BBC Scotland.

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In Brief: Mom and Dad, Letterkenny, Panavision

Marblemedia names hosts for Just Like Mom and Dad, another special for Letterkenny and Panavision hires as a longtime exec retires.

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Alberta ups film, TV investment with new grant program

The new Screen-Based Production Grant replaces the Alberta Production Grant.

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Quebec politicians unite behind streamer tax

Members of the province’s legislature have voted unanimously for a motion that would see foreign SVODs pay provincial sales tax.

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Reel One adds to global sales team

The MOW-focused distributor has announced a pair of key hires as it looks to capitalize on a growing appetite for TV movies in the international market.

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Unifor files complaint over Rogers’ OMNI Regional newcasts

The union argues that Rogers has violated the terms of its licence by subcontracting its Chinese-language OMNI Regional news broadcasts to Fairchild TV.

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Jenkinson/Goode Productions options refugee medical memoir

The Vancouver prodco behind the 2015 thriller Numb has optioned the screen-based rights to the book.

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VIFF looks to build out ‘film-plus’ model in 2017

Through a partnership with Buffer Fest and a music-focused program, the Vancouver festival aims to draw in new parts of B.C.’s creative ecosystem with its expanding roster of programs.

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eOne acquires Tokyo Trial

The news comes two days after the four-part miniseries, coproduced by Don Carmody Television, received an International Emmy nomination.

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Cameras rolling in T.O. on Lucky Day

The France/Canada copro is produced by Don Carmody and Samuel Hadida, who have previously worked together on the Resident Evil and Silent Hill films.

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Bron, Media Res to adapt Cronenberg’s Scanners for TV

As Bron looks to bolster its TV development slate, the companies jointly acquired the rights to David Cronenberg’s 1981 sci-fi horror.