Bruce McDonald

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WFF ’18: Bruce McDonald, Natty Zavitz features land world premieres

The festival’s 18th edition includes a record 46% of projects directed or co-directed by women.

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D Films rolls on first feature from new production arm

Dreamland is a Canada/Luxembourg/Belgium copro from director Bruce McDonald.

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Vikings, Mary Kills People win at DGC Awards

Weirdos claimed the top film prize at the 16th annual edition of the awards gala.

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DHX, CBBC greenlight Creeped Out

The 13-part coproduction will shoot in the U.K. and Canada, with Bruce McDonald set to direct domestically shot episodes.

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Sundance Now SVOD comes to Canada

The indie and art-house focused streamer has launched with a Canadian collection curated by Bruce McDonald.

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DDI picks up worldwide rights to Weirdos

The Bruce McDonald-directed film will have its international premiere at the Berlin film festival next month.

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TIFF ’16: Weirdos, Below Her Mouth get world bows

Other Canadian films to world-premiere at the festival include We Can’t Make the Same Mistake Twice, Boundaries and Nelly.

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Heartland premiere to get big screen bow

The Calgary International Film Festival will host the series’ season 10 premiere.

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Coming Soon: Hellions

Whizbang Films’ Frank Siracusa talks about the distribution strategy behind Bruce McDonald’s Hellions, which hits theatres and iTunes Friday.

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IFC Midnight takes U.S. rights to Hellions

Bruce McDonald’s Halloween horror thriller debuted at Sundance.

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Blog: Sundance ’15 marks record year for Canada

Blogging for Playback from Sundance, Alan Bacchus (pictured) looks at Canada’s recent successes at the festival and how it might bode for this year’s record presence.

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Hellions, The Forbidden Room to bow at Sundance

Two Canadian titles and two Canadian coproductions are set to screen in the out-of-competition programs at the festival. (The Forbidden Room pictured)