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Patricia Rozema and Robert Budreau tie at DGC Awards

The directors picked up the DGC’s Feature Film award, while Tasha Hubbard won the gala’s Discovery prize.

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Edmonton sets James Vs His Future Self as Opening Night Gala

Co-written by star Jonas Chernick and director Jeremy LaLonde, the film follows an ambitious scientist who is visited by an older man claiming to be his future self.

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The Movie Network nabs LaLonde’s James Vs His Future Self

The film’s global sales agent AMP International also inked a raft of pre-sales in territories including China and Greece.

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James Vs His Future Self heads to Sudbury

Jeremy LaLonde’s fifth feature film, set to begin production next week, will be distributed in Canada by Northern Banner Releasing.

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Jeremy LaLonde preps next feature

James vs His Future Self will be produced by Walker Entertainment, Banana-Moon Sky Films and JoBro Productions.

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CFC’s Comedy Exchange participants head to L.A.

Former Motive showrunner Dennis Heaton, writer/director Jeremy Lalonde and producer Emily Alden will all pitch their flicks in California.

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Can a computer write the next indie hit?

Algorithm-generated storytelling: the pros and cons of taking some of the risk out of filmmaking.

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LaLonde hits ‘go’ on his next film

The Go-Getters, the latest comedy from the How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town director, is currently shooting in Toronto. (Producer Jordan Walker and LaLonde pictured.)

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Coming Soon: How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town

Andrew Hunt shares Northern Banner’s day-and-date distribution strategy for How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town, premiering in select theatres starting May 13.

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HGF invests $400K across 30 film projects

Among the films picking up funding are new feature film projects from Don McKellar and Stephen Dunn.

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Dead Rush to get world bow at CFF

How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town (pictured) will open the 2016 Canadian Film Festival, with Director X’s Across the Line selected as the closing night film.

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How to Plan an Orgy, My Enemies added to Slamdance

Several Canadian short films were also added to the festival’s program, including Fantavious Fritz’s Lewis. (How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town pictured.)