Enemy, Call Me Fitz win big at final night of 2014 CSAs
Enemy won five awards on Sunday evening, including achievement in direction for Denis Villeneuve, while Call Me Fitz took home three trophies. (Jason Priestley pictured)
TFCA launches new Peter Wintonick doc fund
The new fund, currently valued at $7,000, will be presented annually by the Toronto Film Critics Association.
Matt Johnson’s The Dirties big winner with Vancouver critics
The debut feature was named best Canadian film, best first Canadian film and earned the director the best actor prize for his turn before the cameras.
Toronto critics name Watermark best Canadian film
Matt Johnson’s The Dirties and Louise Archambault’s Gabrielle are runner-ups.
Vancouver film critics give The Dirties field-leading five nominations
DEC 27 – Matt Johnson’s debut feature will compete against Gabrielle and Watermark for best Canadian film.
The Dirties, Watermark, Gabrielle shortlisted for top TFCA award
The three Canadian film finalists will contend for the $100,000 Best Canadian Feature Award.
Entertainment One to release Watermark in U.S.
The stateside deal was done with eOne Films International, which has the worldwide rights to the Canadian documentary.
Entertainment One takes world rights to TIFF title Watermark
The Canadian feature documentary about the world’s relationship with water will be shopped internationally ahead of a fall domestic release by Mongrel Media.
Danny Iron, Calum de Hartog partner on Bayou of Pigs adaptation
De Hartog (pictured) will write the script adaptation of the novel by journalist Stewart Bell through the winter.