Trish Dolman

Indian Horse

Indian Horse breaks $1 million at the box office

Produced by Screen Siren Pictures, Terminal City Pictures and Devonshire Productions, the film is released by Elevation Pictures.

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The alchemy of Indian Horse: cast, crew and Clint

Producers Christine Haebler, Trish Dolman and Paula Devonshire discuss their goals for the “hands across the nation” project that has caught the attention of Clint Eastwood.

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Production underway on Indian Horse

The Ontario/B.C. coproduction, based on the award-winning novel, is produced by Trish Dolman, Christine Haebler and Paula Devonshire.

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Northern Banner acquires Hello Destroyer

The pickup comes ahead of the film’s world premiere in TIFF ’16′s Discovery program.

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CMPA unveils short list for TIFF producers award

The Canadian producers’ award, to be announced on Sept. 4, includes a $10,000 prize.

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Relativity takes U.S. rights to Hector

The distribution giant plans a fall 2014 platform release for the Canadian-German co-production. (Hector and the Search for Happiness star Simon Pegg pictured)

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Films chosen for IndieCan10K film challenge unveiled

Seven feature filmmaking teams have been chosen for mentorship as they complete their projects for under $10,000. (IndieCan’s Avi Federgreen pictured)

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Avi Federgreen unveils IndieCan $10K film challenge

The grassroots industry-building initiative is offering eight filmmakers mentorship and in-kind services if they meet the $10,000 challenge.

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Hector and the Search for Happiness starts production

French actor Jean Reno and Toni Collette join the ensemble cast that includes Simon Pegg as a London psychiatrist in crisis.

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TIFF12: OMDC unveils Canadian projects for festival financing forum

Canadian producers Mary Young Leckie, Kevin De Walt and Trish Dolman will attend the International Financing Forum to fill out budgets for films in development.

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Hot Docs opens strongly, absent broadcasters

In all, 199 films from 43 countries will unspool at North America’s largest documentary festival over the next ten days, representing a 30% jump from 2010′s festival.

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eOne picks up Foreverland rights

Entertainment One has grabbed the Canadian distribution rights to Foreverland, Maxwell McGuire’s feature about a young man stricken with cystic fibrosis who goes on a road trip to Mexico.