Jordan Pinto

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Telefilm backs Sinking Ship’s Dino Dana movie

The feature, based on the television property about a young paleontologist-in-training, is filming in Toronto.

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Gusto TV to launch in Singapore

The rollout marks the first time Gusto has launched a linear channel outside of Canada.

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How local companies are taking advantage of B.C.’s production boom

For the first time in its history, Burnaby’s The Bridge Studios is fully occupied by a local prodco, Shawn Williamson’s Brightlight Pictures.

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CBC cancels On the Money

The pubcaster said the cancellation comes as it redirects more of its financial resources toward its digital platforms.

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IPF backs 17 scripted digital projects

She Said Films’ Running With Violet, LoCo Motion Pictures’ How to Buy a Baby and LaRue Entertainment’s The Amazing Gayl Pile were among the recipients.

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Netflix picks up Pixcom’s Vertige

The psychological thriller, which is currently being adapted in France, is now available on the streamer’s Canadian service.

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NFB reports progress on Indigenous Action Plan

The producer has committed to investing 15% of its spend on Indigenous-directed projects by 2020.

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Wattpad inks content partnership with Bavaria Fiction

The Munich-based prodco will have access to nearly 1 million German-language stories with a view to developing content for local markets.

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9 Story appoints Angela C. Santomero CCO

The announcement comes five months after 9 Story acquired New York-based children’s media co Out of the Blue, which Santomero co-founded.

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Banff ’18: Why Netflix’s Larry Tanz said yes to Travelers

VP of content acquisition Larry Tanz on why the sci-fi series fit into the streamer’s commissioning wheelhouse and what it’s looking for in a project.

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Cameras roll on The Eye of U.R.M.

The sci-fi thriller is the latest feature from Metis director Benjamin Ross Hayden and stars Greg Bryk.

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Shaw reportedly shopping its stake in Corus

According to a report from The Globe and Mail, the teleco aims to free capital to invest in its wireless network.