Lauren Malyk

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Sphinx, NFB set The Colour of Ink

The documentary from director Brian D. Johnson (pictured) also sees Anthropocene‘s Nicholas de Pencier serve as director of photography.

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Cogeco TV Production awards $2.5M across 16 projects

Coroner (pictured), The Transplant and L’Academie were among the series that walked away with funding.

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Bell Media acquires untitled Star Trek series

Announced at the L.A. Screenings, the untitled series focused on captain Jean-Luc Picard will air on Bell Media’s Space, Z and Crave in Canada.

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HanWay Films inks multi-territory deal for The Song Of Names

Sony Pictures Classics previously picked up the U.S. rights to the Serendipity Point Films copro starring Tim Roth and Clive Owen this April.

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First Weekend Club bids adieu to CanadaScreens

Launched in 2015, the VOD service acted as a hub for homegrown films and offered curated playlists.

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Deals: eOne, Raven Banner, Kew Media

eOne partners with a South Korean prodco for an adaptation of Designated Survivor, while Kew and Raven Banner prep for the French Riviera.

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Scythia Films, Scooter Corkle team for The Friendship Game

The sci-fi horror film starring Bella Thorne marks Corkle’s sophomore feature.

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Netflix partners with RIDM

The streamer has become a partner on the Quebec documentary festival’s professional forum, now called Forum RIDM, and Talent Lab.

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NSI names acting exec director

Joy Loewen, program manager of NSI’s Totally Television, will take the role on an interim basis.

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WIFT-T unveils 2019/20 board

Shaftesbury’s recently appointed VP, global brand strategy is among the newly elected members on the not-for-profit’s board.

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Roger Frappier, Jane Campion team up for The Power of the Dog

The adaptation of Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel will star Benedict Cumberbatch and Elisabeth Moss.

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Gallagher’s Prey wins Rogers Audience Award as Hot Docs wraps

Plus, Tasha Hubbard, Emily Gan and Tenzin Sedon pick up awards from the annual documentary fest.