Academy Awards

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Brotherhood among Canadian 2020 Oscar nominees

The Tunisia/Canada copro is up for Live Action Short, while Toronto filmmaker Sami Khan’s short doc St. Louis Superman also picked up a nomination.


Domee Shi, Paul Massey bring Oscar gold to Canada

Shi’s Bao won the award for best animated short, while Paul Massey won his first Oscar in the sound mixing category for Bohemian Rhapsody.

Shape of Water pic

Ontario-made Shape of Water shimmers at Academy Awards

Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy feature film netted four awards on the night, including best picture and best production design.


Canadians take home Oscar gold

Ontario’s Alan Barillaro took home the award for best animated short, beating two other Canucks in the category.

Denis Villeneuve

Denis Villeneuve nominated for an Oscar

The NFB-produced animated short Blind Vaysha is also in the running for a golden trophy.

It's Only The End Of The World

Juste la Fin du Monde advances in Oscar race

The Xavier Dolan film is one of nine in the running for a Foreign Language Academy Award nomination.


Snowtime! up for Oscar consideration

The CarpeDiem Film & TV feature is one of 27 submitted for consideration in the animated category.


Xavier Dolan’s Mommy not advancing in Oscar’s

The Canadian film did not make the nine-feature shortlist in the foreign language film category for the 87th Academy Awards.


Academy Awards brings in best ratings since 2011

An average audience of 6.12 million tuned into Sunday night’s TV broadcast, besting Super Bowl ratings in Toronto and Edmonton. (Pictured: Steve McQueen, director, 12 Years a Slave)


Oscars 2014: Dallas Buyers Club earns three trophies

Jean-Marc Vallee’s HIV drama grabbed acting nods for Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto, while Montreal director Malcolm Clarke saw his project win best doc short.


CTV sells out the Super Bowl

Who’s in the game ad-wise and what they’re paying for airtime.

Copied from Realscreen - Sarah Polley. Photo: Adam Benzine

NYFCC hails Stories We Tell as Best Documentary

The New York Film Critics Circle has chosen Stories We Tell, from Canadian director Sarah Polley (pictured), as its best documentary of the year.