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Ontario amends film tax credit cuts

The Ontario government has delayed changes to two production-related tax credits that were introduced its latest budget, released April 23.

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Canadian dealmaking at Cannes 2015

Studio Film Group, Mongrel Media and Marina Cordoni Entertainment ink deals in Cannes.

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Carmody, Cormican option Forgiveness

The deal for the Mark Sakamoto memoir was spearheaded by Cormican and negotiated by Westwood Creative Artists’ Michael Levine.

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Hot Sheet: Top 20 DVDs May 4, 2015 to May 10, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey tops the DVD chart for the week of May 4 to May 10, followed by Paddington.

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2015 Rosies winners announced

Nomadic Pictures and Clearwater Documentary each picked up a raft of prizes at the Alberta entertainment awards.

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TVO pulls out of Wynne doc, demands refund

A public statement from the pubcaster today said it has terminated its agreement with White Pine Pictures for the production of the documentary Politics of Power.

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NIFF returns for sophomore run

Festival founder Bill Marshall on the challenges of mounting a full-scale food, film and wine festival that takes place at bucolic Niagara wineries.

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CFC, NFB relaunch Creative Doc Lab

The documentary program, which has supported films such as Stories We Tell by Sarah Polley (pictured), will begin its third installment in September.

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Inside Out kicks off 25th edition

The 10-day LGBT festival begins tonight in Toronto and closes on May 31 with Portrait of a Serial Monogamist from John Mitchell and Christina Zeidler.

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Animal Logic sets up shop in Vancouver

The Australian VFX and animation studio has inked a three-picture deal with Warner Bros, prompting the expansion.