The debut feature from Jeffrey St. Jules is currently slated for a 2015 release.
Digital pioneer Andra Sheffer is the Industry Builder inductee in the 2014-2015 edition of the Playback Canadian Film & Television Hall of Fame.
“We know people are hungry to consume movies in this window. But in this country, it doesn’t work,” former Alliance Films head Victor Loewy (pictured) told a panel on indie film.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 tops the DVD chart for the week of Nov. 17 to Nov. 23, followed by 22 Jump Street.
The Cocksure Lads is about a British band that breaks up over royalties. What makes it different? It was made by a rocker-turned-director.
The cinema chain will give over 17 screens to host Canadian Indie Night on the first Wednesday of every month, starting in March 2015.
The festival’s success has prompted the NSI to examine a greater focus on under-10-minute shorts, CEO John Gill (pictured) told Playback Daily.
“We need to go beyond including one Canadian and one Indian character,” Bollywood director Deepa Sahi told a Whistler Film Festival panel on India-Canada coproductions.
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