Films We Like

Porcupine Lake

Breaking Glass Pictures picks up U.S. rights to Porcupine Lake

The deal for Ingrid Veninger’s latest was signed after the film’s world premiere at TIFF.

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TMN reveals upcoming doc slate

The Bell Media pay TV channel revealed a raft of projects in various stages of development and production, including eOne’s Out of the Mouths.

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Deals: DHX Media, Films We Like, Super Channel

More than 165 episodes from DHX’s library are headed to Montreal-based entertainment streaming service Playster, plus more deals.

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Dim the Fluorescents gets Canadian distribution

The Slamdance winner, directed by Daniel Warth, was produced by Toronto’s Clumsy Ophelia Productions.

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Outplay Films picks up world rights to Ingrid Veninger’s latest

Porcupine Lake, developed through the pUNK Films Femmes Lab, is the Toronto filmmaker’s sixth feature.

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Porcupine Lake a film of firsts for Ingrid Veninger

The veteran Toronto-based filmmaker chats about doing things differently on her Port Severn, ON-shot sixth feature film.

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Deals: Boat Rocker, Films We Like, Tricon

Boat Rocker Rights acquires the global distribution rights to Mountain Road Productions’ library, plus more deals of the week. (Tricon’s Counterfeit Cat pictured.)

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Tapping a musical fixer, 3D FX to market I Am The Blues

Coming Soon: EyeSteelFilm’s Damien Detcheberry breaks down how the film’s distributors are targeting jazz and blues fans across Canada.

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Films We Like inks distribution deal with Music Box Films

Unveiled at Sundance, the deal sees Ron Mann’s (pictured) boutique distributor pact with the U.S. distributor to coordinate North American releases of titles.

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TIFF12: Films We Like to distribute Drafthouse titles in Canada

Ron Mann’s distribution company will release The Ambassador (pictured) for theatrical, home video and multi-platform as the first film in the deal.

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First look: TIFF takes off with Lunarcy!

Canadian director Simon Ennis (pictured) discusses and shares clips from his TIFF-premiering feature doc Lunarcy!

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Hot Docs racks up film sales in crisis-era market

There’s money in indie documentaries? Distributors at Hot Docs think so after they picked up a raft of films at the mid-way point of the Toronto documentary festival.