Starting in February, half of the funds awarded by BravoFACT and BravoFACTUAL will go to projects with a female director or producer. (Juror Amy Jo Johnson pictured.)
The hour-long series from writer/showrunner Rene Balcer (Law and Order: Criminal Intent) is woven around a murder in a remote Canadian Arctic town. (L to R: Dick Wolf, Sam Waterson, Rene Balcer.)
Ahead of the series’ Canadian bow on CHCH on Jan. 27, executive producer Suzanne Berger talks to Playback about The Pinkertons financing strategy.
“This year’s main challenge for national TV industries will be to carefully pick their battles and their positioning: the time for trials and errors is coming to an end,” reads the CMF’s key trends report.
Taken 3 is the top film at the box office for the week of Jan. 9 to Jan. 15, followed by The Imitation Game.
The seven participants, including Glen Wood (pictured) will complete a six week broadcaster internship at Bell Media’s Toronto headquarters.
Former Deutsche Telekom sales and distribution head Dirk Woessner will join the company on April 5 as president of the consumer business division.
The film screened over eight days in Cineplex, Landmark and indie theatres across the country, immediately followed by a broadcast rollout.
Equalizer tops the DVD chart for the week of Dec. 29 to Jan. 4, followed by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The Israeli reality competition format sees divorced couples endure challenges for a cash prize.
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