Hollywood is worried about runaway production; now Canadians are starting to worry about runaway actors. There are many on the Canuck film scene who fear a new government feature film policy will…
Canuck cabler Shaw Communications is axing 400 jobs after reporting second-quarter losses of C$74.4 million ($47 million) Tuesday.
"Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" has become Canada's second-highest grossing film of all time, notching up C$50.2 million ($32 million). But it couldn't sink "Titanic" which pulled-in…
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William Hurt has the lead role in "Blue Butterfly," the latest pic from seasoned Swiss-Canadian helmer Lea Pool ("Lost and Delirious," "Set Me Free").
Former Cinar Corp. topper Micheline Charest has been hired by Montreal's Just for Laughs Group a week after being fined C$1 million ($631,000) following an investigation into allegations of financial…
The U.K.'s Signpost Films has shuttered its Canuck distrib just one month after opening it. Yves Dion and Andy Myers, the seasoned Canadian execs tapped to head it, have been axed by Signpost, which…
The U.K.'s Signpost Films has shuttered its Canuck distrib just one month after opening it. Yves Dion and Andy Myers, the seasoned Canadian execs tapped to head it, have been axed by Signpost which…
Troubled Canuck kids TV producer Cinar Corp. reported a loss of C$42 million ($26.5 million) for the past year due to a number of unusual items related to the financial scandal that has plagued the…
Newsroom staffers at Radio-Canada, the French CBC Television and Radio networks, may be on the picket line by Thursday.
Quebec Securities Commission fined Cinar Corp. founders Ronald Weinberg and Micheline Charest C$1 million ($613,000) each on Friday and barred them from being directors or executives at any publicly…
The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, the main Anglophone Canadian actors union, has reached an agreement with the Canuck advertising industry for a new two-year agreement.