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Deals: IFC Films, Guru Studio, Gusto, Sinking Ship

My Salinger Year gets U.S. distribution, two Guru series fly worldwide, Gusto heads to Sling TV and Sinking Ship gears up for more Dino Dana books.

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CTV orders fourth season of Saving Hope

The commission will bring the medical drama to 67 hours.


Global TV debuts Rookie Blue before ABC stateside

In a first-ever non-simulcast for the cop drama, Global will bring 15th division back on May 19, before ABC airs the fifth season premiere on June 19.

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Saving Hope returns strong for CTV

The first two episodes of the returning hospital drama averaged 1.7 million viewers, according to final ratings data.


Fifth season shoot for Rookie Blue underway

Rent-A-Goalie‘s Oliver Becker and Matt Murray are the latest talent additions to the popular cop drama, now before the cameras in Toronto.


eOne takes Brian De Palma’s Passion for North America

The Canadian distributor plans an early 2013 release for the thriller that bowed in Venice and was close to a deal with IFC Films in Toronto.

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Canadian film urged to build brand for VOD distribution

“So how do you make Canadian film distinctive, something that stands out? Because it’s a marketing hook that ultimately sells films on VOD,” Tribeca Enterprises’ Geoffrey Gilmore told a TIFF panel on Monday.

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IFC Midnight acquires U.S. rights to The Corridor

Evan Kelly’s sci-fi horror flick finds an American home with the U.S.-based genre distributor.


IFC Films picks up Wrecked at AFM

IFC Films has acquired the U.S. rights to Wrecked, Michael Greenspan’s directorial debut from Vancouver-based producer Independent Edge Films.

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IFC gets Unauthorized

IFC Films has picked up the worldwide rights to Toronto documentarian Barry Avrich’s controversial Harvey Weinstein biopic, Unauthorized, excluding Canada.