The anatomy of a Netflix deal
It seems everyone wants to sign with the SVOD. But how to do it? And what does it mean? We break down how people are scoring deals with the platform.
A71 sells three features into the U.S.
The Toronto distributor has widened the remit of its business, acquiring the rights to three Canadian flicks, including My Ex Ex, and selling them south of the border.
Joey Klein debut feature set for summer shoot
Canadian indie The Other Half has lined up leading Canadian ladies Suzanne Clement and Tatiana Maslany to star. (Clement pictured.)
A71 takes Canadian rights to the Cocksure Lads Movie
The acquisition came as Murray Foster’s musical comedy opened the Canadian Film Festival in Toronto. (Foster pictured.)
Coming Soon: The Valley Below
A71 Entertainment on the distribution strategy for The Valley Below, the first feature to be released via the Canadian Indie Film Series initiative.
Coming Soon: In Her Place
How A71 Entertainment plans to build off awards buzz to help promote the theatrical run of In Her Place.
Hot Docs to spotlight documentaries from India
The Made In program spotlight comes as Hot Docs’ Chris McDonald and 14 indie producers head to India as part of a trade mission this month.
Audrey Cummings’ Berkshire County wins top prize at Shriekfest
The debut feature the Canadian director marks the first time a film from a female director has won the Grand Jury Prize in the horror festival’s 14-year history. (Cummings pictured)
Richie Mehta’s Siddharth wins top Beijing festival award
The Canada-India coproduction picked up the Tiantan award at the Chinese festival’s fourth edition.
Jacob Tierney reteams with Jay Baruchel for Baseballissimo
The indie feature is about a young Canadian baseball player in an Italian coastal town (Tierney pictured).
108 Media acquires world rights to It Was You Charlie
The distribution deal for Emmanuel Shirinian’s debut feature from A71 Entertainment was done ahead of the world premiere at the Busan International Film Festival.