Fantasia International Film Festival

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Fantasia unveils full lineup

Another Wolfcop will have its Canadian premiere at the Montreal fest, along with a number of homegrown genre films.

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Fantasia partners with Cannes film market on packaging program

Twelve projects will be featured in the inaugural edition of the horror-focused market, including Casey Walker-directed Some Kind of Madness.

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Podz’ King Dave to open Fantasia

The film will make its world premiere at the 20th edition of the Montreal genre festival. (Writer and lead actor Alexandre Goyette pictured.)

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Fantasia adds two Canadian world premieres

The Montreal festival will include world premieres for films from Larry Kent, Chad Archibald and Gabriel Carrer.

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Fantasia film fest fills out Canadian lineup for 18th edition

The Montreal genre event booked world bows for the latest films by Simon Boisvert, Nick Szostakiwskyj and Maude Michaud.

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Bill Marks joins CineCoup as head of production

The film accelerator is also co-hosting a networking event with Telefilm Canada this Friday at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival.

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Peter Wellington, Jason Eisener films screen at Fantasia

Cottage Country (pictured) from Whizbang Films will receive a North American premiere, while the anthology horror film series V/H/S 2 also gets a berth in the Canadian genre film festival.

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Genre pics by Anthony Dixon, Matt Johnson to screen at Fantasia

The film festival is also giving world premieres to Robert Morin’s Les 4 Soldats (pictured) and Discopath, Renaud Gauthier’s feature directorial debut.

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Fantasia brings Frontieres market to Brussels

The Montreal genre festival’s co-production market format will debut at the European festival in April 2014.

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Gaiam Vivendi snags U.S. rights to Dead Before Dawn 3D

TIFF also saw two projects first pitched at the Fantasia International Film Market move forward in Toronto.

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Fantasia reports record attendance for 2012 festival

The Montreal festival says it improved upon last year’s performance by 7,000 people, and meanwhile, Jason Lapeyre’s Cold Blooded (pictured) won the prize for best Quebec or Canadian feature.