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Annick Mahnert takes Frontieres reins as it pivots

The genre industry initiative has also shifted its annual International Co-Production Market online.

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Frontieres executive director to depart

After six years of leading the genre industry initiative, Lindsay Peters will exit the organization this week.


Docking among Frontieres forum selections

Terrance Odette’s Brethren and Dara Van Dusen’s A Prayer for the Dying (Canada/Norway) are also among the Canadian projects tapped for the Karlskrona, Sweden event.

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Building new Frontieres for women in genre film

Executive director Lindsay Peters discusses the growth and successes of the genre market’s programs for women and emerging talents.


Fantasia brings Frontieres market to Brussels

The Montreal genre festival’s co-production market format will debut at the European festival in April 2014.


Gaiam Vivendi snags U.S. rights to Dead Before Dawn 3D

TIFF also saw two projects first pitched at the Fantasia International Film Market move forward in Toronto.


Fantasia copro conference produces two film deals

Blanc Biehn Productions picked up the English language remake rights to Patricio Vallarares’ Hidden in the Woods (pictured) film at the Montreal fest.

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Fantasia drawing 250 industry professionals: Organizers

The Montreal event will host an international co-production market later this month.

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Montreal’s Fantasia genre fest launches coproduction market

The Frontieres international coproduction market will look to get genre film concepts from Canada, Europe, Scandinavia, Australia and the U.S. into production.