Regan Reid

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Quebecor Fund distributes $624K across four projects

New works from Denys Arcand and Les 3 P’Tits Cochons 2 producer Christian Larouche are among those to received coin.

Landmark Cinemas

Landmark Cinemas sold to Belgium’s Kinepolis Group

Landmark’s 44 Canadian theatres will not be rebranded and its management team will remain in place.

Alex Kolodkin

Set Scouter expands to NYC

The Toronto-based company connects producers with residential owners and aims to make location scouting easier.

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Jean-Marc Vallee, Handmaid’s Tale win Emmys

The Montreal filmmaker took home an award for Big Little Lies, while Toronto-shot The Handmaid’s Tale was a big winner of the night, setting a new benchmark for streaming services.

Les Affames

TIFF ’17: Les Affames wins best Canadian film

Wayne Wapeemukwa’s Luk’ Luk’l won best Canadian first feature, while the FIPRESCI jury awarded Sadaf Foroughi for her debut film Ava.

Vancouver

Creative BC launches Reel Green five-year plan

Aiming to reduce the production industry’s environmental footprint, the plan is supported by 13 organizations, including William F. White and Vancouver Film Studios.

Porcupine Lake

Breaking Glass Pictures picks up U.S. rights to Porcupine Lake

The deal for Ingrid Veninger’s latest was signed after the film’s world premiere at TIFF.

Pen from Creative Commons

Industry orgs call for increased support in digital era

More than 30 organizations, including ACTRA and the CMPA, are asking the government to update its policies to ensure Canadian and foreign companies are treated equally.

Indian Horse

The alchemy of Indian Horse: cast, crew and Clint

Producers Christine Haebler, Trish Dolman and Paula Devonshire discuss their goals for the “hands across the nation” project that has caught the attention of Clint Eastwood.

Kate Melville

Snitch, Hawkeye Pictures option Women of the Klondike

Writer-director Kate Melville will adapt the narrative history, which tells the story of the women of the Gold Rush.

Long Time Running

Netflix picks up Long Time Running

The Banger Films-produced documentary premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival tonight.

JR Studio

JR Studios officially opens in Calgary

The owners of the 38,000 square-foot dedicated production facility hope to add a sound stage within five years.