Patricia Rozema

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Finding Big Country takes VIFF’s People’s Choice

Meanwhile, Gwaai Edenshaw and Helen Haig-Brown’s Edge of the Knife claimed the most popular Canadian feature award.

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VIFF ’18: VR, Master Class programming unveiled

The inaugural VIFF Immersed conference will tackle the market viability of VR, while some of the industry’s top showrunners will discuss working in the Peak TV era.

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CBC’s The Filmmakers returns with a new focus

The second season of the talk show is shining a light on films directed by Canadian women.

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Patricia Rozema goes back to producing roots with Mouthpiece

Through her Crucial Things banner, the filmmaker teamed up with First Generation Films to produce her latest feature project.

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Breaking Barriers backs projects from Patricia Rozema, Rama Rau

Produced by Toronto’s First Generation Films, Rozema’s latest feature Mouthpiece is based on the stage play by Norah Sadava and Amy Nostbakken.

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TIFF reveals Top Ten picks for 2015

Philippe Falardeau’s My Internship in Canada and Alan Zweig’s HURT (pictured) were among the titles chosen in the feature film category.

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Telefilm, Birks to honour Patricia Rozema, Catherine O’Hara

Other winners of the Birks Diamond Tribute prize, which celebrates Canadian women directors and actors, include Sophie Deraspe and Suzanne Clement (pictured).

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TIFF ’15: Into the Forest, Closet Monster nab world bows

Other Canadian films to get world premieres at the 40th edition of the festival include Fire Song, The Rainbow Kid and the doc Guantanamo’s Child: Omar Khadr. (Closet Monster pictured.)

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TMN, Movie Central, ACCT partner on Screen Week special

The interview special, in which Patricia Rozema will chat with high-profile Canadian female acting talent, will bow on HBO Canada during Canadian Screen Week.

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Telefilm invests over $11.7M across six features

The English-language features selected to receive a cash infusion in the latest round of financing include Stephen Dunn’s debt feature.

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eOne’s Mark Slone on rebirth of ‘Canada Cool’

Entertainment One has seen seven of its Canadian movie releases pass the $1 million mark during its latest fiscal year.

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Photo Gallery: 2014 CFC Annual Gala & Auction

Canadian industry talent, personalities and execs gather at The Carlu in Toronto for the annual gala event. (Measha Brueggergosman and Bill King pictured)