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Nine Canadian films to show at 16th Shanghai International Film Festival

Lenin M. Sivam’s A Gun & A Ring and Michel Poulette’s Maina (pictured) are booked into the festival’s official competition, a first for Canada.

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Weekly roundup: nominations and awards

This weeks’ prize-heavy briefs include news of Inch’ Allah (pictured) taking a special prize at the Beijing International Film Festival and the Canuck nominations at the up-coming Monte-Carlo International TV Festival.

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Kim Nguyen’s War Witch dominates Jutras in Quebec

The Congo child soldier drama (pictured) earned eight trophies after sweeping the film categories at the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards.

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Denis Cote’s Vic + Flo Saw a Bear earns Silver Bear award in Berlin

And Inch’Allah, by director Anais Barbeau-Lavalette, earned a critics’ prize at the European festival as Canadian directors came home with an impressive trophy haul (Vic + Flo pictured).

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Telefilm partners with Palm Springs film fest to screen Canadian films

The organization will participate in several special initiatives spotlighting Canadian films as part of its ramped up promotional strategy for 2013.

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Anais Barbeau-Lavalette’s Inch’Allah added to Berlin lineup

The Quebec picture will receive an international premiere at the Berlinale as part of its Panorama sidebar, after a world premiere in Toronto.

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TIFF’12 Trailers: Canadian films

A selection of trailers from “The Eh Team,” including stories of harvested celeb viruses (AntiViral, pictured), kids war games, gender-bending love and political conflict.

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Canadians fly the flag at Cannes with film buys and sales, and award-giving

Sarah Gadon and Emily Hampshire on Thursday received the inagural Birks Canadian Diamond trophies during a Telefilm Canada presser on the Croissette.

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Best of the Year: micro_scope

The Montreal-based prodco talks about finding critical and commercial success with a strategy that balances serious subject matter with accessible storytelling.

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Telefilm backs 11 Quebec movies

Quebec’s French language directors have received a cash boost from Telefilm Canada for their latest projects.