Room, Brooklyn land Golden Globe noms

Ireland/Canada copro Room (pictured) received three nominations, while Ireland/UK/Canada copro Brooklyn got one.


Los Cabos ’15: Room captures two awards

The Canadian-Irish coproduction was one of the big winners on Saturday night.


Room opens to $27K weekend in Toronto

The Ireland/Canada copro, distributed by Elevation Pictures, posted a $27,497 opening weekend at Cineplex’s Varsity theatre.

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Canadian industry initiated 67 copros in 2014: Telefilm

Copro activity in Canada increased for the second year running in 2014, with budgets totaling $527 million, Telefilm Canada reported. (Canada/France copro Versailles pictured.)


Canadian copro Room posts strong U.S. opening

The Ireland/Canada drama from Lenny Abrahamson posted a $30K per-location average over its opening weekend, the highest of any film in theatres.

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Three Canadian films added to Los Cabos lineup

Anne Emond’s Les Etres Chers (pictured) is among the Canadian titles that will compete for the best film prize in the festival’s Competencia Los Cabos program.


Brooklyn, Room win VIFF audience prizes

Six films were named audience award winners on Oct. 9 as the festival wrapped its 16-day run. (Room pictured.)

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Beeba Boys, Into the Forest get VIFF gala screenings

Other films set to screen at the festival in either gala or special presentations include Hyena Road and This Changes Everything. (Into the Forest pictured.)

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TIFF ’15: Hyena Road, Beeba Boys get gala premieres

The Canadian titles, from Paul Gross and Deepa Mehta, respectively, will have world premieres at the 2015 festival, along with Jon Cassar’s Forsaken.

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Telefilm invests $7.1M across 10 features

Projects backed in the latest round of financing from the Canada Feature Film Fund include How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town and Borealis.

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Book-to-screen adaptation Room shooting in Toronto

Lenny Abrahamson is directing the feature film, with William H. Macy (pictured), Joan Allen and Brie Larson starring.