Marc Glassman

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Genies’ red-carpet ride to Parliament Hill

The Genie Awards ceremony has played in Toronto since its inception in 1980, with the exception of a couple of botched road trips down Highway 401 to Montreal in the mid-’90s. If those moves were made to appease the French, they didn’t work.

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Ontario productions are budding

Ontario took giant strides towards creating an ecologically friendly motion picture sector last year, and although production was noticeably down, the stage is set to reduce the industry’s carbon footprint this year.

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HD raises the bar on quality

As broadcasters around the globe transfer to the HD format, stock footage companies scramble to fill the industry’s growing need.

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Toronto critics fall for Rachel, Wendy and Lucy

Two edgy indie films, Rachel Getting Married and Wendy and Lucy dominated the year-end prizes…

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Mehta, Pool, McDonald among Top Ten

Films by female and French-speaking directors took pride of place in the Canada Top Ten selections…

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New deal for Filmport by new year

The future of Filmport will be decided by the end of the year, according to sources at …

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Fifth Canuck for Sundance

A successful showing of Canadian films at the upcoming Sundance festival got better on Thursday…

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Victoria Day among Sundance picks

A quartet of Canadian films will crash America’s most prestigious indie party…

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Dazzling EyeSteel doc rethinks copyright

‘It’s nice to be at a festival like IDFA with a piece of art,’ says Brett Gaylor, the justifiably proud director of RiP

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Paris comes to Amsterdam

Paul Cowan’s Paris 1919, a creative docudrama on the world-shaping conference that concluded the First World War, drew a respectful…

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Amsterdam sees Wintonick’s latest

Documentarian and good-will ambassador Peter Wintonick struck a typically graceful chord for international relations on…

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Doc on docs bows at doc fest

Dispelling fears that it would be too ‘inside’ the genre, the blessedly jargon-free feature Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary drew an enthusiastic…