The Grand Seduction takes the #1 spot this week, with Trailer Park Boys 3: Don’t Legalize It back on the chart at #3.
Transformers: Age of Extinction tops the box office this week, with 22 Jump Street falling to #2.
Films selected to receive funding in this latest round of financing include Patrick Gaze’s Ceci n’est pas un polar and Robert Morin’s La probleme d’infiltration.
The program, chaired by Paul Haggis (pictured), sees emerging filmmakers mentored as they take feature projects from development to script and packaging phases.
eOne’s Carrie Wolfe and the City of Toronto’s Randy McLean tell Playback how the city got involved in marketing the Toronto-shot film.
The LEGO Movie tops the DVD chart this week, with Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit coming in at #2.
The long-time theatrical launch pad for Canadian indie films has new programmers to select first-run premieres, special event movies and classic genre titles.
Look, no safety net: the Vancouver-based pop rocker made Violent on a frugal budget in Norway, mostly in the Norwegian language and with first-time actors.
Karlovy Vary programmer Ivana Novotna praised Lambert for his emotional range with his first two films, both of which are Canada-Belgium coproductions.
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