D Films inks output deal with Blumhouse International


The agreement covers all movies outside of Jason Blum’s first-look deal with Universal. (Blumhouse title Insidious pictured)

Discovery Canada preps Mighty Ships spinoff


Looking to capitalize in the ratings and international sales success of Mighty Ships, Discovery Canada will premiere Mighty Cruise Ships in November.

Orphan Black’s third season goes into production


The hit series’ third season is now shooting in Toronto in studio and on location.

NSI Online Short Film fest names latest winners


Directors who picked up prizes in the latest round of award-giving include Terry Miles, Ben Cotton and Sarah Deakins. (They Wore Pink pictured)

Heartland rides into the record books


CBC senior director of drama Helen Asimakis discusses the drama’s record run on Canadian television. (Updated.)

The New Establishment: Todor Kobakov


Film composer – and occasional indie rocker – Todor Kobakov is racking up credits and kudos as one of Canada’s most cutting-edge sound artists.

HBO to launch its own streaming service in U.S.


The streaming space continues to heat up as HBO CEO Richard Plepler says the OTT service, debuting next year, is meant to expand HBO’s reach into cord-cutters’ homes.

Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs Sept. 29, 2014 to Oct. 5, 2014


Saving Hope hits #20 in TV ratings this week, with Big Bang Theory topping the chart.

Saban Brands, Cirque du Soleil unveil preschool series


Saban Brands is developing Luna Petunia with Montreal-based Cirque du Soleil Media, a joint venture from Cirque du Soleil and Bell Canada.

Shaw Rocket Prize names 2014 finalists


The nine finalists for the 2014 Shaw Rocket Prize include 9 Story’s preschool property Peg + Cat (pictured) and Nerd Corps’ Slugterra.