FILM Articles



Kino Lorber takes U.S. rights to The Forbidden Room

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The U.S. specialty distributor plans a late 2015 theatrical and digital release for Guy Maddin’s latest film, which bowed at Sundance.



Coming Soon: Monsoon

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Kinosmith CEO Robin Smith on the theatrical distribution strategy for Sturla Gunnarson’s latest doc.



Guy Maddin on subversion, Sundance and The Forbidden Room

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The latest film from Maddin and Evan Johnson will open the Forum sidebar at the Berlin International Film Festival this week, after its world premiere had a walk-out in Park City.



Canadian film and TV has a new star: a plunging loonie

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With the Canadian dollar plunging in value, industry players expect a strong year for Canadian film and TV production.



Academy to recognize TV with Golden Screen Awards

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In addition to two awards for most-watched TV, the Golden Reel award for film has been rebranded and a winner announced.



Capital Motion acquires Down Here, Challet de Tunis

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Capital Motion Picture Group managing director Michael Dobbin says the distributor will focus on releasing Canadian-driven films for the domestic market. (Down Here pictured)



Cameras roll on indie rom-com Your Money or Your Wife

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Iain MacLeod’s debut feature, shooting in Halifax (pictured), stars Craig Brown and Meredith MacNeill.



Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films Jan. 23, 2015 to Jan. 29, 2015

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Mommy is the top Canadian film at the box office office for the week of Jan. 23 to Jan. 29, followed by Tru Love.



BravoFACT invests $571,500 across 14 shorts

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The latest Bell Media coin goes to shorts by Connor Jessup (pictured), Craig Wallace, Ron Murphy and Blake Mawson.



Hot Sheet: Top 10 films Jan. 23, 2015 to Jan. 29, 2015

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American Sniper is the #1 film at the box office for the week of Jan. 23 to Jan. 29, with The Boy Next Door at #2.

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