This week’s briefs include details of the VIP-heavy Cannes Film Festival screening of restored The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (VIPs pictured).
The deals stemmed from nine titles, most importantly The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and 2, the third and fourth installments of the blockbuster film franchise (The Hunger Games pictured).
The action-caper movie lensed in Australia stars John Cusack and Thomas Jane.
The pact is part of a strategy by the Toronto-based company to expand into developing licensing programs for brands conceived in the non-linear space.
This week’s package of briefs include news of construction starting on a new Canadian Film Centre pavilion (VIP sod-turning pictured).
ACTRA Toronto president David Sparrow (pictured) says the new law is needed to protect child actors who currently work outside of collective agreements.
A lawyer by trade, Cooper (pictured) has spent more than a decade as a legal and strategic advisor to media, entertainment and technology companies.
This Friday’s briefs include the list of Canadian recipients of the Young Artist Awards and the final season premiere date for Less Than Kind (pictured).
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