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In Brief: Tait joins Comweb board; John Drainie winners named

Duopoly president Catherine Tait (pictured) takes on a new role, ACTRA announces the recipients of its annual broadcasting award, plus more news.

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CRTC’s CIPF points change sparks controversy

The CRTC’s recent decision to reduce the number of points required for Canadian certification of indie-fund projects has both supporters and detractors.


Photo gallery: ACTRA Awards 2016

A selection of photos from the 2016 ACTRA Awards, held at The Carlu in Toronto.


In brief: Big-spending Suits, Canadians up for MPSE awards

A survey assesses Suits‘ economic impact on Ontario, and the Motion Picture Sound Editors awards announces multiple nominations for Canadian sound editors.

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ACTRA members send a message

A cheeky campaign helps the union show why the ad world should hire its performers.

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ACTRA membership ratifies new Independent Production Agreement

ACTRA, the CMPA and the AQPM reached an agreement in December regarding the terms of the deal.

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Brad Keenan leaves ACTRA

Keenan was at ACTRA for eight years, most recently serving as the director of the ACTRA Performers’ Rights Society.


Neve Campbell to receive ACTRA National Award of Excellence

Campbell will be presented with the award on Jan. 31 in Los Angeles.

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ACTRA, producers strike deal

ACTRA, the CMPA and the AQPM have reached a tentative deal for the renewal of the Independent Production Agreement.

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Sarah Gadon wins ACTRA Toronto Award of Excellence

Previous recipients of the distinction include Tantoo Cardinal and Rick Mercer.

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Michael Eklund, Camille Sullivan win UBCP/ACTRA Awards

Five members of the Union of British Columbia Performers, an autonomous branch of ACTRA, were honoured at an awards gala held in Vancouver Saturday. (Eklund pictured.)


Laurie McAllister joins ACTRA Toronto

McAllister replaces Mimi Wolch – who has moved to Film Ontario – as the union’s new director of independent and broadcast production.