Sony Pictures Classics has inked a deal with Toronto-based Mongrel Media for the small Canuck company to handle SPC films in Canada.
Canuck curling comedy "Men With Brooms" has swept its way into the record books with the best opening weekend for an English-Canadian film.
Canadian broadcaster Corus Entertainment has given the Women's Television Network a new name, W, and will relaunch it with a more commercial sked to appeal to more viewers -- including men.
Broadcaster Chum has complained to federal film funder Telefilm Canada, saying its new rules favor rival broadcaster Alliance Atlantis Communications.
There are few people, including execs in the Canuck film biz, who know just what goes on at the sprawling headquarters of the National Film Board of Canada in suburban Montreal. Some film folks…
Pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC) scored big-time Sunday with the gold-medal hockey game between Canada and the U.S. drawing the biggest audience for a local television show since…
Canadian films may continue to maintain their low profile on the international stage, but a number of well-capitalized players from the Great White North are making an impact with investments in…
Stewart Till's Signpost Films is setting up a Canadian film distributor headed by seasoned local industry veterans. Yves Dion will helm the Montreal office, with Andy Myers taking care of business…
Plans to build what is touted as the world's biggest studio complex in Canada are set to add to the row raging in Hollywood about runaway production.
Writer-director Andre Turpin's "Soft Shell Man" (Un Crabe dans la tete) swept the Prix Jutra, Quebec's annual film awards Sunday, taking home seven honors including film.
Federal funding for the Montreal Just for Laughs festival increased last year from C$1.2 million ($740,000) to $1 million.
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