The All The Wrong Reasons director tells Playback about the challenges that faced the film’s production, including the passing of one of its stars, Cory Monteith.
Ahead of its world premiere tonight at TIFF, the Swedish distributor has picked up Scandinavian, Icelandic and Baltic rights to Alan Zweig’s documentary (pictured).
As part of TIFF’s “Moguls” presentations, the co-president of Focus Features International discussed the fall festival circuit, the Toronto market and how to ace a pitch meeting.
Strong storytelling and an authentic vision of India set director Richie Mehta’s latest feature off on a fine start to market, says film critic Thom Ernst.
U.K.’s Network, France’s MK2/Diaphana, ABC Cinemien in the Benelux, and Sweden’s Folkets Bio have picked up the French-language pic (pictured) from the Quebec director.
New York-based digital distributor FilmBuff has taken the theatrical and VoD rights to Everyday Pictures’ Burt’s Buzz (pictured), a documentary on Burt’s Bee’s founder Burt Shavitz.
The Canadian director (pictured) discusses his Elgin superstition and shopping the indie Third Person at Toronto.
Targeting what it says is an underserved market, the U.S. film streaming service will offer Canadians indie, classic and foreign language titles.
Highlights from TIFF Industry Conference sessions featuring Participant Media’s Jeff Skoll and Plan B Entertainment’s Dede Gardner.