Bigscreen French-lingo hockey comedy "Les Boys III" has nabbed the Golden Reel Award for top-grossing film of the year in Canada, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television announced Tuesday.
"Seraphin: Heart of Stone" (Seraphin: un homme et son peche), the top-grossing French-lingo Quebec film on its home turf, leads the race for Quebec's Jutra film awards with 10 nominations, announced…
Troubled Canuck TV company Cinar has expanded its lawsuit against former execs Ronald Weinberg and Hasanain Panju to approximately C$88 million ($57 million).
The Writers Guild of Canada and the Canadian Film and Television Production Assn. said Monday they have agreed an independent production deal to run until 2005 after just six days of talks.
"My Big Fat Greek Wedding," the film success story of the year, is the perfect example of all that was wrong in Canadian film in 2002.
It was a record year at the box office for Quebec films, which grossed C$15 million ($9.6 million), up 50% on 2001's $6.4 million.
Period drama "Seraphin, un homme et son peche" (Seraphin: Heart of Stone) has passed 1997 hockey comedy "Les Boys" to become Quebec's top-grossing homegrown film.
Canadian film distributor Alliance Atlantis announced Friday that it has renewed its distribution agreement with Focus Features to handle all Focus pics in Canada.
Alliance Atlantis Releasing will handle distributor and producer Remstar's films in Canada under a deal announced Wednesday.
Columbia Pictures' much-acclaimed twisted literary drama "Adaptation" dominated the 2002 Toronto Film Critics Awards, nabbing four prizes, including the top honor as film of the year.