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Telefilm turns the camera on Canadians

Its new social campaign lets us be voyeurs and see how others enjoy our country’s cinema.

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Can Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 compete at the box office in 2017?

While the original is one of Canadian cinema’s highest-grossing films, eOne’s Patrick Roy says the action-comedy sequel is an entirely different ball game.

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Bron Studios preps next feature

The Vancouver-based company will coproduce The Red Sea Diving Resort, starring Chris Evans.

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Brightlight teams with Gunpowder & Sky on feature

Horror-thriller Summer of ’84 is set to film in Vancouver this July.

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In Brief: EP Canada, Canada Film Capital acquired

Melanie Hadley joins NSI’s board of directors, plus more news.

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Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films April 28 to May 4, 2017

Maudie is still at #1, with C’est le coeur qui meurt en dernier at #2 and Colossal at #3.

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Hot Sheet: Top 10 films April 28 to May 4, 2017

The Fate of the Furious tops the chart, followed by The Circle at #2 and Beauty and the Beast at #3.

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Productivity Media inks first-look pact with Liquid Media Group

The deal between the two companies calls for an annual production spend of at least $50 million.

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Rezolution’s Rumble wins Hot Docs audience award

Check out the other Canadian documentaries and doc-makers that picked up prizes at the festival this weekend.

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New Canada, China copro treaty comes into force

The government has also signed an updated treaty with New Zealand, which lowers the minimum financial contribution producers need to put toward a project’s budget.

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Who picked up a prize at the Screen Nova Scotia Awards?

Ashley McKenzie’s Werewolf and DHX’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes were among the winners on Thursday night.

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Maudie crosses the $1 million mark

The Canada/Ireland copro will expand to 82 screens across Canada this weekend.