Kazik Radwanski


Anne at 13,000 ft flies with Cinema Guild

The New York-based distributor plans to release Kazik Radwanski’s latest film in U.S. theatres next year.


TIFF ’19: Heather Young’s Murmur takes Discovery prize

Canada/U.S. copro Anne at 13,000 ft earned an honourable mention in the Platform competition, while the remaining awards will be announced via social media.


Radwanski’s latest to debut in TIFF’s Platform program

Anne at 13,000 ft. is the first Canadian feature selected for Platform since 2016 and will have its world premiere at the festival.


Denis Cote heads to Locarno

The auteur director hopes to repeat past successes with his latest feature, Ta peau si lisse, one of four Canadian flicks at the fest.

Hugh Gibson, Rogers Best Canadian Film Playback

In Brief: TFCA prize to be split; eOne’s new VP, int’l sales

The winner of the Rogers Best Canadian Film will share the $100,000 award, Danishka Esterhazy to get Sundance honour and more news of the week.


TFCA names best Canadian feature finalists

Matt Johnson’s Operation Avalanche is one of three films competing for the $100,000 prize at the Toronto Film Critics Association’s annual awards.


Kazik Radwanski’s Tower release paired with short film screenings

The Royal’s cinema showcase of Toronto-made films is the latest bid to get shorts in front of Canadians at the local cinema (Tower pictured).


Mars et Avril to open Festival du Nouveau Cinema

Martin Villeneuve’s sci-fi fable (pictured) is one of 17 local films to screen as part of the Montreal festival’s Canadian Focus sidebar.


Kazik Radwanski ascends at TIFF with debut Tower

The Toronto-born director’s feature takes North American bow at the festival and follows a string of shorts screened previously in Toronto.