Indiecan Entertainment

Emotional Arithmetic

Anna Stratton signs Triptych Media over to Avi Federgreen

The transfer of ownership was completed last week, with Stratton retiring and Federgreen taking over the prodco, which counts Heyday! and Emotional Arithmetic among its credits.

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Indiecan acquires Cat Hostick’s The Meaning of Life

Hostick’s feature debut stars Canadian musician Tyler Shaw as a starving artist who gets a job as a therapeutic hospital clown.

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IndieCan acquires F*** You All: The Uwe Boll Story

Sean Patrick Shaul’s documentary on the filmmaker is tentatively set for a limited Canadian theatrical run in 2019.

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Indiecan picks The Orchard

Written, directed and produced by Kate Twa, the Okanagan Valley-set feature will be released theatrically later this fall.

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Deals: Serendipity Point, Gusto Worldwide, Indiecan

YouTube Premium nabs Serendipity Point Films’ copro Museo, Indiecan Entertainment picks up Corey Stanton’s first film, and more.

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Red Square, Indiecan, Unstable Ground partner on LightVAULT

Aimed at distributors and indie filmmakers, the encrypted cloud server is designed to combat content piracy and unauthorized sharing.

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Indiecan Entertainment launches Jewish Films on Demand

Founded by Avi Federgreen, the transactional VOD platform aims to connect North American audiences with a curated selection of Jewish films.

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Indiecan Entertainment catches The Birdwatcher

The Toronto-based indie distributor has picked up the North American rights to Siobhan Devine’s debut feature.

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In brief: Breakthrough Entertainment adds sales exec

Plus: Indiecan nabs the North American rights to Mark A. Lewis’s third feature, The Age of Adulting, which will have its premiere during Canadian Film Week.

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National Canadian Film Day highlights female filmmakers

The festival will host 700 screenings of Canadian films in Canada and abroad, as well as a special event discussion between Deepa Mehta and Alanis Obomsawin.

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Indiecan picks up a pair of features

After releasing its 100th film, there’s no slowing down for Avi Federgreen’s distribution outfit, which just took Canadian rights to films by two Vancouver directors.

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Indiecan preps 100th Canadian release, Monolith

In releasing Ivan Silvestrini’s latest feature, indie-film entrepreneur Avi Federgreen also hits a milestone achievement for his company.