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Rogers closes more local TV stations

More than 20 employees have been laid off following the closure of the company’s Mississauga and Richmond Hill stations.

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Blue Box takes Corus-Hot Docs Forum pitch prize

The festival also handed out more than $75,000 in prize money to the winners of the Short Film Pitch program.

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Hot Sheet: Top 30 TV programs, April 17 to 23, 2017

Big Brother Canada is at #16, with Saving Hope at #29.

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Toronto Jewish Film Fest celebrates 25 years with new streamer

With the long-term goal of helping grow festival audiences, TJFF Online aims to roll out 25 films this year.

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Hulu renews The Handmaid’s Tale

The Toronto-shot series’ sophomore season has also been picked up by Bell Media’s Bravo.

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Nomadic’s Ghost Wars set for Syfy, Netflix

Production is currently underway in Vancouver on the Simon Barry-created paranormal thriller.

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Yeti Farm explores unscripted with Kick Flip

The 10-part docuseries about female skateboarders will be accompanied by an animated show, with both geared towards tween audiences.

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Blue Ice, Indiecan pick up Canadian docs

Joseph Clement’s Integral Man will get a Canadian theatrical release this fall, plus more deals.

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Sorry For Your Loss sets up in Winnipeg

Screenwriter Collin Friesen makes his feature directorial debut in the indie comedy, produced by Farpoint and Middle Child.

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Cineflix Media, Duncan Gray form joint venture

The new prodco will focus on formats and unscripted series for the global market.

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WildBrain to create Tulipop YouTube series

DHX’s multiplatform kids network is turning Icelandic lifestyle brand Tulipop into an animated web series.


Gusto adds three new Canadian originals

Fish the Dish chef Spencer Watts will host a new BBQ-themed series, with all shows set to begin production in Ontario this summer.

Hot Sheet

Hot Sheet: Top 5 Canadian films April 21 to 27, 2017

Maudie jumps into the #1 spot, followed by C’est le coeur qui meurt en dernier at #2 and Ballerina at #3.


Hot Docs unveils new pitch prizes

New awards totalling $100K will be handed out to two participating projects at the festival’s Forum.