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WFF ’18: Nine Canadian world premieres added

Rama Rau’s Honey Bee will compete for the Borsos Prize, alongside films like Shane Belcourt’s Red Rover.

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Production wraps on Rama Rau’s Natalie

Backed by CBC’s Breaking Barriers Film Fund, the North Bay, ON-shot feature stars TIFF 2014 Rising Star winner Julia Sarah Stone.

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Six Canadian docs to share $103K from Hot Docs Ted Rogers Fund

Peter Mishara’s The Artists and Rama Rau’s The Daughter Tree are among the projects selected.

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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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WIDC reveals Story and Leadership participants

Rama Rau and Winnifred Jong are among eight filmmakers bringing an in-development movie project or web series to the program.

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Anne Pick wins Don Haig Award at Hot Docs

The veteran producer will receive the $5,000 prize on Friday at the Hot Docs awards.

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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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Harnarine’s Doubles wins Pitch This!

Director Rama Rau and Storyline Entertainment producer Ed Barreveld also received an honourable mention for their documentary, Unwanted.

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Ivanova takes $15,000 feature prize at Hot Docs closer

Nine trophies and $72,000 were handed out at the Hot Docs Awards Friday night at the Windsor Arms Hotel in Toronto.