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Coming Soon: Monsoon

Kinosmith CEO Robin Smith on the theatrical distribution strategy for Sturla Gunnarson’s latest doc.

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TIFF ’14: Gunnarsson meditates on the elements in Monsoon

Four years after Force of Nature won TIFF’s People’s Choice Documentary Award, director Sturla Gunnarsson returns to the festival with Monsoon.

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Tim Southam named president of DGC

Southam (pictured) served as the chair of DGC’s National Directors Division for six years prior to his election to the president’s position.

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CMPA target of DGC-screen composers alliance

The pact sees the Directors Guild of Canada negotiating with the producers’ association for a composers’ collective bargaining agreement (Screen Composers Guild president Marvin Dolgay pictured).


Directors Guild of Canada slams Telefilm documentary cuts

“This single drastic cut to a program that has been a major success feels like the wrong message to send,” DGC president and filmmaker Sturla Gunnarsson said in statement.

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TIFF puts up $55,000 in Canadian film prize money

The Toronto International Film Festival will award prizes for feature film, short film and first-time Canadian filmmakers; Canada’s Gunnarsson sits on best Canadian feature jury.


Ferns, Koster in development on 1968 doc

The theatrical adaptation of the Mark Kurlansky book will be directed by Sturla Gunnarsson, with financial support by the Corus Made with Pay Fund.

Gerry Barr

Gerry Barr named CEO of the DGC

Barr brings a labor background as a past negotiator for the Steelworkers’ Union and creator of its Steelworkers Humanity Fund.

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NFB and NFDC kick off training program

The NFB and the Nunavut Film Development Corporation have partnered to provide training for creatives in the Nunavut film, television and digital media industries.

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VIFF hands out the hardware

The 29th annual Vancouver International Film Festival wrapped its two-week run with both a screening of the French film The Illusionist and a host of hardware hand-outs, as seven awards were announced Friday night.