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Canadian Academy picks Ava as best first feature

Sadaf Foroughi’s coming-of-age tale has picked up eight other nominations for the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards.

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Vancouver producers launch All In Pictures

Led by Marc Stephenson and Leah Mallen, the new prodco is currently in development on a range of kids- and teen-focused series.

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New coalition wants to block piracy websites

Organizations like Bell, CMPA and eOne have asked the CRTC to create an agency to identify sites that pirate content.


eOne completes MGC acquisition, Morayniss to exit

eOne TV president John Morayniss is stepping down as eOne fully acquires The Mark Gordon Company and names its founder to the company’s C-suite.

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Deals: Syndicado, CMJ, Corus

Toronto’s Syndicado acquires 100 hours of factual content, CMJ partners with Bill James to develop a true crime series, and more.

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Rogers revenues, profit up in Q4

On the media side, revenues decreased to $526 million from $550 million a year ago, largely due to lower Blue Jays revenues.

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Lambur Productions signs first major deal

Joan Lambur’s Toronto-based kids prodco has optioned the TV rights to the Sophie Kinsella (pictured) novel Fairy Mom and Me.

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Bron lines up next project

The B.C.-based company will produce period drama Man of Cloth with Entertainment 360.

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The Breadwinner nabs Oscar nomination

The Canada/Ireland/Luxembourg copro is produced by Toronto’s Aircraft Pictures, headed up by Anthony Leo and Andrew Rosen.


Serendipity Point copro Museo heads to Berlin

The drama, from Mexican director Alonso Ruizpalacios, will world premiere in competition at the festival.

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Banff World Media Festival to honour NBCUniversal

The global media co will be presented with the Company of Distinction award at the four-day festival in June.


WIFT-T program cultivates media leaders of tomorrow

Sixteen industry members will participate in the executive development program, including Fathom Film Group’s Ann Shin and Shaftesbury’s Jay Bennett.