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In brief: CAVCO to publish list of all certified projects

Plus: eOne CEO Darren Throop re-elected to the company’s board, Danishka Esterhazy’s Level 16 (pictured) set for Fantastic Fest world premiere, and more.

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eOne acquires remaining stake in Sierra Pictures

The Toronto company has also appointed Sierra principals Nick Meyer and Marc Schaberg to oversee its film operations globally.

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Indie List 2018: How eOne reshaped its business

Darren Throop on how the global studio set the table for future growth, prying open the doors between Canada, Hollywood and the world.

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CAA launches Creative Labs in Vancouver

The entertainment startup has raised $16M in funding from investors including Boat Rocker Ventures and eOne.

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eOne, DreamWorks, Participant, Reliance pact on Amblin Partners

eOne will handle the distribution of Amblin Partners films on a multi-territory output basis for Australia/New Zealand, Spain, U.K. and Benelux.

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eOne, Alliance deal will give Canadian films bigger international platform: Throop

“This combined entity will move the needle for [producers] in ways they haven’t seen,” says eOne CEO Darren Throop.

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eOne enlists Scholastic, Candlewick Press for U.S. Peppa Pig roll out

eOne CEO Darren Throop: “I am also pleased to report that Peppa Pig’s international success continues and am excited about the licensing and merchandising roll out in the US later this year.”

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Entertainment One completes Hopscotch acquisition

The indie Australian and New Zealand market distributor is now part of the Canadian distributor’s international distribution network.

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eOne acquires Hopscotch down under

The indie Australian and New Zealand market distributor will be added to the Canadian distributor’s international distribution network, which now includes beyond Canada the UK, the US, Benelux, Germany, France, Scandinavia, and South Africa.

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eOne issues market shares

Entertainment One has successfully placed more shares in the market, and at a higher price than anticipated, due to an over-subscription.

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eOne reports 30% revenue growth

eOne has released its interim results for the six months ending September 30, indicating revenue growth of 30%, to $345 million.