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IFC Midnight investigates Disappearance at Clifton Hill

The AMC-owned distributor has picked up the U.S. rights to Albert Shin’s mystery thriller, with a release set for February 2020.

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EFM roundup: Canadian horror scares up sales in Berlin

The Soska Sisters’ Rabid remake and The Child Remains land deals at EFM while Brandon Cronenberg’s latest readies for production.

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Production set to wrap on Albert Shin’s Clifton Hill

The thriller is produced by Fraser Ash and Kevin Krikst of Rhombus Media, with Elevation set to distribute in Canada.

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Get your indie film a passport, but do your homework first

Whistler Film Festival: Execs from Rhombus, XYZ and Sepia dish on the pitfalls, politics and opportunities of coproducing in China, Europe and South Africa.

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Well GO USA picks up Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor

Produced by Rhombus Media and Rook Films, the Canada/U.K. copro is slated to go to camera early next year.

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Andrew Cividino’s Furies nets $540K from Eurimages

The Sleeping Giant director’s sophomore feature project is produced by Rhombus Media and based on a play from screenwriter Nicolas Billon.

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Brandon Cronenberg unveils next project

Rhombus Media and Rook Films are set to produce Possessor, the latest feature from the Antiviral writer and director.

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The unusual suspect: Carolle Brabant

From Playback magazine: A look back at the career, challenges and achievements of Telefilm’s exiting executive director.

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Sensitive Skin comes to an end

Bell Media also announced that CraveTV’s What Would Sal Do was not renewed.

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Rhombus sets up next slate of films

The Toronto-based producer is in development on seven feature films, including projects from Brandon Cronenberg and Andrew Cividino.

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Eight Canadian titles to screen at Karlovy Vary

Jesse Klein’s We’re Still Together makes its world premiere in competition, while Xavier Dolan’s Juste la fin du monde (pictured) will also screen.

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Larry Weinstein brings sax appeal to first project

The Devil’s Horn (pictured), from LWP, Rhombus and Films We Like, is Weinstein’s first project as an indie since departing Rhombus Media last summer.