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Indian Horse wins VIFF People’s Choice

Melanie Wood’s Shut Up and Say Something also picked up an audience award, while WIFTV recognized Lea Pool.

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La passion d’augustine wins big at Le gala du cinema Quebecois

The feature (pictured) from director Lea Pool claimed six awards in all, with Felix and Meira, Guibord s’en va-t-en guerre and Brooklyn also picking up prizes.

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Telefilm, Rogers Group of Funds invest $625K across 7 docs

The latest films by Nettie Wild, Mila Aung-Thwin and Rama Rau are among the projects that will receive production and post-production coin through the fund.

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Telefilm invests over $2.5M across 7 French features

Films selected to receive funding in this latest round of financing include Patrick Gaze’s Ceci n’est pas un polar and Robert Morin’s La probleme d’infiltration.

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Screen content-makers among new Order of Canada appointments

The list of 74 new appointees includes seven from the screen production sector, including Paul Gross, Deepa Mehta and Lea Pool.

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NFB releasing controversial Pink Ribbons Inc. doc on 30 screens

The National Film Board of Canada’s Deborah Drisdell tells Playback Daily about deftly marketing a film about pink ribbons, which divide Canadians affected by breast cancer.

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TIFF 2011: Pink Ribbons Inc. takes corporate cause marketing to task

The NFB documentary by Quebec director Lea Pool has a stark message: pink ribbons don’t shrink tumors and corporations are cashing in on breast cancer.