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Chateau Laurier hits the 1 million mark

Geneva Film Co’s James Stewart discusses finding a wide audience for his new web series on Facebook.

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Bell Media ends BravoFACT, MuchFACT

The decision to cancel the programs comes after the CRTC in May deleted the condition of licence requiring Bell Media to contribute to the funds.

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Tatiana Maslany-produced Touch receives BravoFACT coin

The short film, directed by Bryan Kawalsky and written by Kathryn Alexandre, was among 11 projects to share $512K in the fund’s latest round.

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BravoFACT distributes $560K across 12 shorts

Shorts from Katie Boland and Chelsea McMullan were among seven female-directed projects to receive funding in the latest round.

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In brief: Yaffe’s diplomatic appointment, SOCAN buys Audiam

Phyllis Yaffe has a new government role to add to her impressive resume, enRoute Film Fest shorts named, SOCAN gets in the royalty-collection business, and more.

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BravoFACT awards $493K across 10 shorts

Among the projects that received funding in this latest round are Nicole Dorsey’s Arlo Alone and Hannah Cheesman’s Emmy.

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In brief: eOne inks first-look deal; Cottage Life’s spring lineup

eOne inks a new first-look deal with an Australian prodco, Cottage Life originals return and more news from the week. (Colin & Justin’s Cabin Pressure pictured.)

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BravoFact, Hot Docs renew doc pitch contest

The short documentary pitching contest, now in its second year, awards a total of $70,000 to the top three shorts.

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BravoFACT, WIFT-T pact for short film pitch contest

Teams (which must include a female producer or director) will submit their short film pitch concepts for cash and in-kind prizes.

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BravoFACT awards $570K across 13 projects

Molly Parker’s Bird and Matthew Hannam’s Paseo were among the shorts selected to receive funding in BravoFACT’s latest round.

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BravoFACT, DOC partner on Festival Concierge

The new program will aim to help filmmakers navigate the festival submission process by connecting them with industry professionals.

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BravoFACT invests $571,500 across 14 shorts

The latest Bell Media coin goes to shorts by Connor Jessup (pictured), Craig Wallace, Ron Murphy and Blake Mawson.