Kim Izzo, Chris Dickie and Robert Chomiak will see their scripts shepherded from the page to production-ready packaging.
The Harold Greenberg Fund supports 27 projects in its latest round of financing and adds Richie Mehta (pictured) to its board.
Cinespace VP Jim Mirkopoulos on navigating “unprecedented volumes” in Ontario production and how the company is seeking new opportunities for itself and its clients in premium VOD.
Established and emerging Canadian talent gathered to celebrate the Toronto film critics’ picks for the best performances and pictures of the year.
A per-award breakdown of all nominees in the Canadian Screen Awards craft categories (Bomb Girls: Facing the Enemy nominated in the Best Achievement in Make-Up category, pictured.)
The consulting company’s 2015 Canadian Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions report also forecasts short-form videos will represent just 3% of viewing in Canada.
The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television unveils contenders in 128 film, TV and digital categories. (Xavier Dolan and Anne Dorval pictured on the set of Mommy.)
Les Maitres du suspense is the #1 Canadian film for the week of Jan. 2 to Jan. 8, with Mommy coming in at #2.
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