Wally Start

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Paranormal docuseries The Other Side heads to season five

Filming is underway in Halifax on new episodes of the APTN series produced by Angel Entertainment and Redcloud Studios.

Bob Crowe

Producer Bob Crowe dies at 62

The CMPA board member co-founded Saskatoon-based Angel Entertainment and Bamboo Shoots.

Bob Crowe

Bamboo Shoots expands into Alberta with Stir Films acquisition

Company co-president Bob Crowe says the amalgamated company will look to tap into inter-provincial coproductions as it deepens its presence in the film and TV sphere.

Angel Entertainment crew shooting "The Invincible Sergeant Bill"

What do a goat, a rom-com and an ‘Angel’ have in common?

A 1980s-set short to air on CBC from Saskatchewan’s Angel Entertainment, loosely based on the province’s most famous goat (obviously).

Big Muddy

Coming Soon: Big Muddy

Union Pictures’ Robin Cass on the cross-country rollout strategy for the theatrical release for Big Muddy, the debut feature from Jefferson Moneo.

The Other Side II - Jeff Richards

Canadian paranormal investigators spooked on Halloween shoot

“The spirit was a big surprise. The fella said his name was Roger,” The Other Side producer Wally Start told Playback Daily about the APTN doc series.


Harold Greenberg Fund invests in 27 movie scripts

Deepa Mehta’s Secret Daughter novel adaptation, Patricia Rozema’s Via Dolorosa and Sarah Polley’s Alias Grace adaptation are among the latest Canadian film projects getting development coin.

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Angel Entertainment launches factual TV arm

The Saskatoon-based indie will produce The Other Side, a co-pro with Toronto-based RedCloud Studios, as its inaugural program.


Angel Entertainment hires Julie Dash to direct Tupelo 77

The Canadian indie feature about a group of women in 1977 Mississippi is set to shoot in summer 2012.


Angel Entertainment acquires post house, launches $25,000 doc prize

Saskatoon’s Angel Entertainment launches the Bamboo Shoots Documentary Prize for Canuck filmmakers as they prepare to delve into the nonfiction market.