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TIFF Studio to focus on storytelling in 2017

Hello Destroyer‘s Kevan Funk and Werewolf‘s Ashley McKenzie are among this year’s 12 program participants.

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Hello Destroyer nabs five prizes at 2017 Leos

Kevan Funk’s debut feature won awards for best picture and best direction. Who else walked away with a trophy?

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VIFF names BC Spotlight winners

Ann Marie Fleming’s Window Horses (pictured) and Kevan Funk’s Hello Destroyer were among the projects to receive awards.

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TIFF ’16: The Discoverers (part two)

From Playback magazine: First-time Canadian filmmakers break down their road to TIFF and what lies ahead. (Kevan Funk’s Hello Destroyer pictured.)

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Northern Banner acquires Hello Destroyer

The pickup comes ahead of the film’s world premiere in TIFF ’16′s Discovery program.

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TIFF ’16: Weirdos, Below Her Mouth get world bows

Other Canadian films to world-premiere at the festival include We Can’t Make the Same Mistake Twice, Boundaries and Nelly.

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Christoph Rainer’s Requiem for a Robot wins $20K Emerging Filmmakers prize

Canuck filmmakers Dan Popa (Tales of Santa Fe pictured) and Kevan Funk receive honourable mentions and $5,000 each in the 2013 RBC Emerging Filmmakers Competition.

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Finalists announced for 2013 RBC emerging filmmakers competition

The five finalists, including two Canadian filmmakers, received a $500 bursary to develop a short film on the topic of memory.