Rezolution Pictures

Indigenous voices rising: Rezolution Pictures

Following the success of Rumble: The Indians who Rocked the World, the Montreal prodco is looking for international opportunities and to expand its series slate.

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A71 takes Canadian rights to Great Great Great

The second feature from Adam Garnet Jones will have a special theatrical release across 16 cities this October.

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Quebecor Fund distributes $624K across four projects

New works from Denys Arcand and Les 3 P’Tits Cochons 2 producer Christian Larouche are among those to received coin.

Hot Sheet

Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films Sept. 8 to 14, 2017

De Pere En Flic 2 continues to top the chart, with Le Probleme D’Infiltration at #2 and Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 at # 3.

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Hot Sheet: Top 10 films Sept. 8 to 14, 2017

It takes the #1 spot, with Home Again at #2 and The Hitman’s Bodyguard at #3.

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Indigenous voices rising: Eagle Vision

Taken exec producers Lisa Meeches and Kyle Irving talk staying ahead of storytelling trends, using critical acclaim to build opportunities and the work that still needs to be done.

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Raven Banner pacts with 9 Light, Red Motion

The new production entity Hangar 18 Media aims to leverage the companies’ development, production and distribution businesses to create original content.

Landmark Cinemas

Landmark Cinemas sold to Belgium’s Kinepolis Group

Landmark’s 44 Canadian theatres will not be rebranded and its management team will remain in place.

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Set Scouter expands to NYC

The Toronto-based company connects producers with residential owners and aims to make location scouting easier.

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Why diversity matters

Playback‘s fall issue dives into the business cases behind a more diverse entertainment industry and why it matters to the future of Canadian content.

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Photo gallery: Whites’ 2017 TIFF reception

In addition to enjoying drinks and apps, guests were on hand for the reveal of the William F. White/Vilmos Zsigmond Cinematography Scholarship recipient.

Les Affames

TIFF ’17: Les Affames wins best Canadian film

Wayne Wapeemukwa’s Luk’ Luk’l won best Canadian first feature, while the FIPRESCI jury awarded Sadaf Foroughi for her debut film Ava.

You Me Her

Cameras rolling on You Me Her season three

Canadian filmmaker Sara St. Onge returns to direct the entire season of the eOne comedy.

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Deals: Elevation, Portfolio, Boat Rocker

Elevation Pictures unveils a TIFF pickup, Sony Pictures Television sells X Company into the U.K., plus more deals.

Vancouver

Creative BC launches Reel Green five-year plan

Aiming to reduce the production industry’s environmental footprint, the plan is supported by 13 organizations, including William F. White and Vancouver Film Studios.