U.S. producers and broadcasters lead the race for the Banff Rockie TV Awards with 18 nominations, it was announced Tuesday.
Miramax Films and Canuck company Alliance Atlantis Communications have extended their exclusive long-term distrib agreement for Canada until 2006, they announced jointly Wednesday.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival is set to unveil an ambitious project to create a new home for the event, its offices and the fest-run Cinematheque Ontario.
The biggest trend in Canuck TV over the past year was the continued force of American reality programming.
Russia's first Imax theater will open in Moscow on April 4 with the local premiere of helmer Ron Howard's Academy Award-winning astronaut drama "Apollo 13," it was announced Thursday.
Longtime Famous Players chairman-CEO John Bailey has ankled the Viacom-owned company, Canada's largest exhibitor, it was announced Tuesday.
Rogers Communications, Canada's largest cable op, has upped its stake in fourth largest cabler Cogeco from 11% to 18%.
Alan Bates, John Neville, Charlotte Rampling, Matt Craven and Naomi Jenkins have joined the cast of political thriller "The Statement," producer Robert Lantos announced Tuesday.
The process of selling all or parts of troubled Canuck TV producer Cinar is heating up, with published reports in Canada that DreamWorks and former Nelvana topper Michael Hirsh are both interested in…
Canuck TV producers thought it couldn't get any worse. They were wrong. At the recent Canadian Film and Television Production Association conference in Ottawa, the key annual pow-wow for the Canuck…
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman1Weekend:$21.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire2Weekend:$19.1M Warner Brothers
Need For Speed
Need For Speed3Weekend:$17.8M