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APTN reveals fall lineup

New series First Contact and Jennifer Podemski’s Future History will air on the broadcaster, which kicks off its fall season on Sept. 3.

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CMF awards $7.6M through Aboriginal Program

Manifold Pictures’ sci-fi for Hollywood Suite was the only drama to receive funding, while projects from Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn’s Kingulliit Productions also received support.

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Paranormal docuseries The Other Side heads to season five

Filming is underway in Halifax on new episodes of the APTN series produced by Angel Entertainment and Redcloud Studios.

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Photo Gallery: 2018 ACTRA Toronto Awards

Missed ACTRA’s annual awards gala? See who took home prizes at the 16th annual event.

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Jennifer Podemski joins HGF board of directors

The producer and actor (pictured) joins the funder ahead of its upcoming Script Development Program round.

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Jennifer Podemski receives Nell Shipman Award

The Toronto ACTRA Women’s Committee award recognizes a female producer, writer or showrunner who has worked to advance gender equality in the industry.

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Cameras roll on fifth season of APTN’s Blackstone

The latest cycle from Prairie Dog Film + Television is shooting in Edmonton through June 2015.

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Canadian paranormal investigators spooked on Halloween shoot

“The spirit was a big surprise. The fella said his name was Roger,” The Other Side producer Wally Start told Playback Daily about the APTN doc series.

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2014 CSAs: Aboriginal production makes its mark

From our print issue: a raft of nominations for aboriginal-created content points to a burgeoning creative industry. (Empire of Dirt pictured)

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When Jews Were Funny named best Canadian feature at TIFF

Alan Zweig’s documentary, which probes the origins of Jewish comedy, earned a $30,000 prize.

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How indie film Empire of Dirt saw the light of day

Director Peter Stebbings (pictured, right) talks to Playback about how making a follow up to his debut feature film Defendor raised it’s own tough challenges.

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Angel Entertainment launches factual TV arm

The Saskatoon-based indie will produce The Other Side, a co-pro with Toronto-based RedCloud Studios, as its inaugural program.