Lauren Malyk

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Great Great Great heads to the U.S.

The dramedy from director Adam Garnet Jones will receive a theatrical and VOD release through a deal with New York-based distributor Ammo Content.

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Experimentation leading to new opps for creators: CMF Trends

The funder’s latest report explores the ways content producers can capitalize on new opportunities like interactive audio and location-based entertainment.

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Raven Banner picks up Danishka Esterhazy’s Level 16

The genre-focused distributor will release the thriller day-and-date with its U.S. theatrical debut.

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New drone regulations could have major impact on domestic filming

Transport Canada’s new regulations for drone operators, to be implemented this summer, are causing concern in the industry.

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Photo Gallery: 2019 TFCA gala

This year’s ceremony saw Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier, Edward Burtynsky, Tantoo Cardinal and Molly McGlynn being honoured for their work.

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Big Bad Boo’s 16 Hudson renewed for season two

The 2D series from the Vancouver-based animation company will return for a second season.

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Wendy McKernan upped to VP at Great Pacific Media

McKernan, whose production credits include Highway Thru Hell (pictured), will oversee all factual and lifestyle programming at Thunderbird’s unscripted arm.

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Karine Moses appointed president of Bell Media Quebec

Moses will lead all programming, production and scheduling operations for RDS, in addition to her other responsibilities.

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Network Entertainment reveals first project with John Varvatos

A new four-part docuseries for EPIX is the initial project in what Network has said is a long-term partnership.

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Hot Sheet: Digital Demand for Jan. 1 to 7, 2019

Stranger Things comes in at #1, followed by Black Mirror at #2 and Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events at #3.

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Murray Battle to depart Knowledge Network

The pubcaster’s director of original documentaries and brand will leave his post this summer.

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Unspeakable: Robert C. Cooper gets personal

The Stargate SG-1 showrunner explains how his CBC/SundanceTV miniseries about Canada’s tainted blood scandal differs from other tragedy-based limited series.