Back Alley Film Productions

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WGN America acquires Bellevue

The eight-part CBC drama will premiere on the U.S. cable channel in 2018.

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Adrienne Mitchell receives Nell Shipman Award

The Back Alley Films cofounder was honoured by the Toronto ACTRA Women’s Committee.

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Cameras roll on CBC’s Bellevue

The eight-part series, produced by Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions, is filming in Montreal. (Star Anna Paquin pictured.)

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CBC commissions drama series Bellevue

The eight-parter goes to camera next month in Montreal. (Series lead Anna Paquin pictured.)

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CTV ending Played

Bell Media confirms that it will not be bringing back the undercover cop drama next season.

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Cameras roll on Bomb Girls movie as cast, drama take a final bow

Meg Tilly, Jodi Balfour, Charlotte Hegele, Ali Liebert, Antonio Cupo, Anastasia Phillips, Michael Seater and Peter Outerbridge are reprising their original roles.

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U.K.’s Channel 5 picks up CTV drama Played

The homegrown cop drama from Montreal’s Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions premiered Oct. 3.

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Weekly roundup: Awards, festivals and distribution news

This week’s briefs include details of the VIP-heavy Cannes Film Festival screening of restored The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (VIPs pictured).

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Vincent Walsh toplines CTV’s Played

The crime drama produced by Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions is shooting in and around Toronto through September 2013 (Walsh pictured).

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CTV orders full seasons of Played cop drama, Satisfaction comedy

Bomb Girls producers Muse and Back Alley Film Productions will produce 13 episodes of a undercover detective drama that CTV hopes will repeat the success of Flashpoint.

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Michael Seater boards Bomb Girls’ second season

The Canadian actor (pictured) will play a gregarious factory worker and object of interest for the girls working the assembly line.

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Durham County plans TV movie for HBO Canada

Durham County producer Back Alley Film Productions and Muse Entertainment are developing a TV movie for HBO Canada to follow the homegrown drama’s third and final season.