Ingrid Veninger

The Other Side of Porcupine Lake

WFF ’17: Behind the scenes of Julian Papas’ behind-the-scenes doc

Filmmaker Ingrid Veninger and director Papas on inspiring the next generation of filmmakers with The Other Side of Porcupine Lake.

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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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Canadian projects head to Busan

Ingrid Veninger’s Porcupine Lake and Kathleen Hepburn’s Never Steady, Never Still are among those headed to the South Korean festival.

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TIFF ’17: Mary Goes Round, Meditation Park to world premiere

More than 50 Canadian features and shorts have been added to the festival’s lineup, as well as the world premiere of Mary Harron’s miniseries Alias Grace.

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Hacking Porcupine Lake’s marketing campaign

For those who thought a knock-out marketing campaign isn’t possible on an indie-filmmaker’s budget, we challenged two agency execs to prove it’s doable.

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Deals: Raven Banner, MK2, UFE, pUNK Films

Raven Banner sells Jason William Lee’s The Evil In Us to seven territories, including the U.S., MK2 l Mile End acquires Oscar-nominee Tanna, plus more.

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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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Films We Like acquires Veninger’s Porcupine Lake

Ingrid Veninger’s He Hated Pigeons has also been revealed as the opening film at next week’s Female Eye Film Festival.

Koumbie and Nicole Steeves at this years Women Making Waves conference.

1K Wave Atlantic winners give women a voice in film

For the second competition, five filmmakers including Koumbie and Nicole Steeves (pictured) will have five months to create their films with budgets of $1,000.

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WIFT-AT, pUNK Films launch micro-budget film program

The new initiative from WIFT-AT and Ingrid Veninger will support the projects of five women filmmaker teams from Atlantic Canada.