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Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 sails past $3 million

While it received a slightly wider theatrical release across Canada, the sequel didn’t match the two-week mark set by its predecessor.

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Deals: MK2, eOne, Spin Master

A number of eOne-produced series are headed to Poland after the global studio inked a new streaming agreement, plus more deals.

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13% of top-grossing films shot in Canada: report

The country also sits third in total film production spend and managed 68% of the VFX work on those top movies in 2016, according to a study from FilmLA.

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Ranger Rob gets season two greenlight

A new line of consumer products is being prepped to accompany the 14-episode second season.

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Minds Eye lines up next thriller

Cameras begin rolling this weekend on thriller Distorted, starring John Cusack and Christina Ricci.

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Performance capture studio opens in Vancouver

Vancouver Film School has partnered with Mimic Performance Capture on the $1.5 million studio, which will be available to both students and businesses.

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Telefilm, Rogers invest $2.5M across 18 docs

Sharkwater: Extinction, the follow up to the late Rob Stewart’s 2006 documentary, was among the projects to receive funding.

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Indiecan acquires Losing Our Religion

Filmed across North America and the U.K., the feature-length doc from Manitoba’s Zoot Pictures tells the stories of preachers who have lost their faith.

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Three Canadian horrors headed to Fantasia’s Frontieres market

Blaine Thurier’s vampire comedy Kicking Blood is one of the projects looking to sink its teeth into some international financing at the horror-focused copro market.

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Breakthrough expands pact with Blue Fox Entertainment

The companies launched pre-sales on the action thriller Grady at Cannes this week.

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CBC sets premiere for Alias Grace

Sarah Polley’s small-screen adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel will bow on the pubcaster and Netflix this fall.

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Cameras rolling on Mister Tachyon

The eight-part project, created by Director X (aka Julien Christian Lutz), is a fiction-documentary hybrid series exploring the depths of science.