Denis Villeneuve to direct Blade Runner sequel
Thunderbird Films will executive produce the Alcon Entertainment film.
Denis Villeneuve scores three-peat at Toronto film critics awards
Enemy is named the best Canadian film, after earlier 2009 and 2010 wins for Villeneuve’s Polytechnique and Incendies.
Jean-Marc Vallee to direct Janis Joplin biopic
The U.S. project Get It While You Can reunites the Canadian director with the creative team behind Dallas Buyers Club.
Enemy, Orphan Black win top prizes at DGC awards
Don McKellar also won the best film direction trophy for his work on The Grand Seduction at the Directors Guild of Canada Awards, held on Saturday at The Carlu in Toronto.
Dinner and (six) movies with Melissa Leo
The Oscar-winning actress tells Playback about giving feedback notes to six scripts from the inaugural Punk Films Femmes Lab participants.
Enemy, Call Me Fitz win big at final night of 2014 CSAs
Enemy won five awards on Sunday evening, including achievement in direction for Denis Villeneuve, while Call Me Fitz took home three trophies. (Jason Priestley pictured)
Palm Springs plans Canadian cinema spotlight
The latest films by Bruce LaBruce, Sebastien Pilote and Denis Villeneuve will screen at the California festival as part of a Spotlight on Canadian Cinema sidebar.
Director of the Year: Denis Villeneuve
The Canadian director has a headline-making year, with two features debuting at TIFF and a box-office win stateside.
TIFF releases top 10 festival features of 2013
The titles, including the latest work by Denis Villeneuve, Louise Archambault and Michael Dowse, will screen at Bell Lightbox in January.
Denis Villeneuve’s Prisoners wins weekend box office competition
The Canadian director’s kidnapping drama (pictured) for Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. took in an estimated $21.5 million from 3,260 North American screens from Friday through Sunday.
Double take: Denis Villeneuve on shooting Enemy, Prisoners simultaneously
The Quebec director (pictured) shot Prisoners in Georgia after filming Enemy in Toronto. Both films are screening at TIFF.