A TIFF pickup for Raven Banner, international sales for Canada/South Africa copro Against the Wild 2 (pictured), plus deals for Bell Media, CBC and more.
Films for rabid fans, smart indie writing and wide commercial releases: Canadian distributors discuss what they’re still hunting for in Toronto.
United Front Entertainment secures a deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, plus more deals of the week.
Raven Banner and Indiecan Entertainment are among five companies partnering to release anthology films for U.S. and Canadian markets. (Minutes Past Midnight pictured.)
Coming Soon: Raven Banner’s Andrew Hunt talks targeting sci-fi fans with a national ad campaign on Bell Media’s Space.
Raven Banner has acquired the international sales rights to Finnish superhero movie Rendel (pictured), plus more deals of the week.
Double Dutch International has acquired the international sales rights to Super Troopers 2, plus more deals of the week.
The Sean Garrity-directed feature, which opens today in Toronto, was a bid to branch away from parent company Raven’s horror focus.
Toronto’s levelFilms readies Glassland (pictured) for a March release in Canada, and more deals of the week.
Marina Cordoni Entertainment sells the U.S. distribution rights to Sitting On The Edge of Marlene (pictured), plus more news from the week.
Guru Studio’s pre-school property Justin Time (pictured) gets picked up in five territories, plus more deals of the week.
The Jeremy Lalonde comedy had its British Columbia premiere at the Whistler Film Festival Thursday.
CFC Enterprising Culture - Olivier Berger, co-founder of Wondereur