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CMF and Irish funder invest $225K across five projects

Sienna Films and Rezolution Pictures are two of the Canadian prodcos selected to receive coin.

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CHCH dives into late-night pop talk

Weekly half-hour talk show andPOP, hosted by Brigitte Truong, will premiere on CHCH next Thursday.

The Disappearance

Deals: WGN America, BYUtv, TLA Releasing

WGN America has picked up The Disappearance, TLA Releasing takes U.S., U.K., and French rights to M/M, plus more.

My Dead Dad's Porno Tapes

In brief: My Dead Dad’s and New Romantic win at SXSW

Plus: A portrait of Maudie‘s economic impact and eOne heads to the beach with a new format.

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’90s cartoon band Prozzak set for a comeback

Toronto’s Portfolio Entertainment and digital producer Duopoly have teamed to produce an animated series featuring the Canadian band.


Canal Vie greenlights new Media Ranch series

The Montreal-based producer/distributor is teaming up with lawyer Anne-France Goldwater on an unscripted show.

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Agents of Influence among Hot Docs Forum picks

EyeSteelFilm’s copro with South Africa’s Fireworx Media and Chronicle Productions is one of 20 projects selected for the annual pitch event.

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Mr. D to retire

CBC has confirmed the series’ upcoming eighth season will be its last.


Super Channel sets ICE return

The pay TV net will air the second season of eOne and AT&T’s one-hour crime drama starting this April.


Bron Creative boards The Good Liar

Bron’s Aaron L. Gilbert and Jason Cloth will exec produce the feature starring Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren.

The Wall of Fire

AeroCinema takes off with more original content

The aviation SVOD is adding eight new programs, including The Wall of Fire, which examines theories about how the Cold War started in Canada.

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Making Monsters roars into Northern Ontario

Short horror filmmakers Justin Harding and Rob Brunner have partnered with Buck Productions once again, this time on their first feature film.