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VIFF names BC Spotlight winners

Ann Marie Fleming’s Window Horses (pictured) and Kevan Funk’s Hello Destroyer were among the projects to receive awards.

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Hot Sheet: Top 20 DVDs Sept. 19 to 25, 2016

Captain America: Civil War is at #1, with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows at #2 and Beauty and the Beast at #3.

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WIFT-T names Corus Media Management participants

Jaime Bassett and Angel Forbes are among the 13 individuals selected for the second iteration of the program.

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Bron Studios to coproduce Monster

Production is underway on the drama about a teen charged with murder. (Star Jennifer Hudson pictured.)

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NPA welcomes first Canadian prodco

Toronto-based Cream Productions has joined the Nonfiction Producers Association, as the organization adds new membership options. (Cream CEO David Brady pictured.)

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Framestore, Campus ADN partner to foster Montreal talent

In a bid to boost the local VFX talent pool, the studio and training facility have developed a 2D training program.

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Deals: Buck, eOne, Muse, Blue Ant

Buck Productions documentary Stay Awhile (pictured) sells to multiple U.S. digital platforms, plus more deals of the week.


Carmilla to get the feature treament

The U by Kotex-funded digital series, produced by Smokebomb and digital agency shift2, is being developed into a movie.


WIFT-T names Deluxe Producer Internship participant

Toronto producer and actor Alona Metzer (pictured) has been selected for the three-week intensive program.

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Could augmented intelligence transform the film, TV industry?

Impossible Things, a screenplay co-written using a computer algorithm, is scheduled to go into production in Canada early next year.

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Rogers Doc and Cable Fund distributes $1.9M

Man Machine Poem: The Tragically Hip Documentary and Smart Drugs are among 29 doc projects to receive funding.


NSI Online Short Film Fest winners named

Given Your History, from director Molly McGlynn (pictured) was one of the shorts to pick up an award.