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Chorus, The Amina Profile to screen at Sundance

As well, Insight Productions and Scythia Films will each have coproductions in competition at the 2015 edition of the famed Utah festival. (The Amina Profile‘s Sophie Deraspe pictured.)

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Director Bill Taylor on eventizing films outside the theatre

To help promote his upcoming film Don’t Get Killed in Alaska, Taylor is looking to incite arts and book buffs to bulk-buy tickets in exchange for info-fuelled freebies.

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Bang Bang Baby wraps principal photography

Producer Daniel Bekerman (pictured) discusses his latest project, which completed a 20-day shoot at Cinespace Studios in Toronto this week.

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TIFF deals inked for The Husband

A71 Entertainment plans a domestic theatrical release for the Bruce McDonald-directed feature from Phenomenal Films and Scythia Films, while XYZ Films and The Little Film Company picked up U.S. and international rights, respectively.

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Blogging from Cannes: Market schedule efficiency

From the Cannes Film Festival, Scythia Films producer Daniel Bekerman (pictured) discusses juggling market meetings and spontaneous pitches.

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Telefilm invests $6.2M in eight features

Mike Clattenburg’s Trailer Park Boys III and Sylvain Archambault’s La Garde are among the films receiving coin through the Canada Feature Film Fund.

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Bruce McDonald movie starts shooting in Toronto

Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, August Diehl, Sarah Allen and Jodi Balfour are top-lining Baby, How’d We Ever Get This Way, the latest movie from the indie director (pictured).