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Why Northern Banner made Borealis its first acquisition

The Sean Garrity-directed feature, which opens today in Toronto, was a bid to branch away from parent company Raven’s horror focus.


Deals: levelFilm, Comedy Network, Elevation

Toronto’s levelFilms readies Glassland (pictured) for a March release in Canada, and more deals of the week.


In brief: Berlin deals, Canadian copros land BAFTA wins

Marina Cordoni Entertainment sells the U.S. distribution rights to Sitting On The Edge of Marlene (pictured), plus more news from the week.

Justin Time - Guru Studio

Deals: ole, Guru Studio, True Gravity

Guru Studio’s pre-school property Justin Time (pictured) gets picked up in five territories, plus more deals of the week.

How to Plan Orgy

Northern Banner acquires How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town

The Jeremy Lalonde comedy had its British Columbia premiere at the Whistler Film Festival Thursday.

Cold Deck

Coming Soon: Cold Deck

Filmmaker and star Stefano Gallo reveals his (distribution) hand and talks about the release strategy behind the poker-based thriller, opening theatrically on Dec. 4.

Copied from Kidscreen - Little Charmers

Deals: Much, Corus, MTV, Raven Banner

Little Charmers (pictured) picks up two new broadcasters and three licensing agents, and more deals of the week.

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Raven Banner picks up Crabs

The Toronto-based distributor has also signed on as a production partner for the remainder of the nearly finished feature.

Mission to Lars

Deals: Raven Banner, Corus, Distribution360, 9 Story

Raven Banner Entertainment has acquired the Canadian rights to Mission to Lars (pictured), plus more deals of the week.

Embrace of the Serpent

Northern Banner picks up Embrace of the Serpent

The specialty label of Raven Banner has acquired the Canadian rights to the Ciro Guerra feature.