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D Films acquires My Old Lady for Canada

The directorial debut from playwright Israel Horovitz is currently shooting in Paris, France.

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Raven Banner takes The Station horror thriller for Canada

In other Toronto market news, D Films acquired Shira Piven’s comedy Welcome to Me, and Vagrant Films Releasing acquired the domestic rights to the Norwegian drama It’s Only Make Believe. (Pictured: The Station)

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Exclusive: CAFDE restructures, Ted East to step down

The Canadian distributors’ lobby group is eyeing new members as it looks for a new voice and seat at the table in Ottawa.


D Films takes Canadian rights to The Double

The indie distributor plans a winter 2014 release after Richard Ayoade’s second feature (pictured) has a world bow at TIFF.


D Films picks up Canadian rights to Romeo & Juliet

The indie distributor will release the modern take on the Shakespearean tragedy in October, simultaneous with the U.S. release by Relativity Media.


Remstar, D Films add U.S. dramas to distribution slates

Remstar picks up star-studded thrillers Parkland and Dark Places, while D Films brings in The Attack (pictured).

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D Films lands distribution pact with Universal Studios

The agreement sees Univeral Studios Home Entertainment Canada distributing all D Film’s current and future film and TV programs to the home marketplace.


D Films takes Canadian distribution rights to The Deep

The Canadian distributor acquired long-term Canadian rights in all media for Iceland’s official Oscar submission for best foreign-language film (pictured).


D Films takes Canadian rights to TIFF title Blancanieves

The indie distributor will release Spain’s contender for the best foreign language film category at the upcoming Academy Awards.


D Films picks up Tyrannosaur

D Films has acquired Paddy Considine’s debut feature Tyrannosaur ahead of its Berlin festival bow.

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Roller Town movie goes online for donations

Halifax comedy troupe Picnicface has financing from the Harold Greenberg Fund for their upcoming movie comedy Roller Town, and D Films on board as a theatrical distributor.

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Foundation Features in first-look with D Films

Out of the former Infinity Features, founded a decade ago in Vancouver by the late Bill Vince, has come Foundation Features, and now an exclusive first-look development deal with boutique distributor D Films in Toronto.