In an attempt to back more commercially successful homegrown pics, government funding agency Telefilm Canada raised the bar last week for filmmakers seeking coin for projects.
New Line Cinema and Canuck distrib Alliance Atlantis renewed their output deal until the end of 2005 Wednesday.
Canuck broadcaster and producer Corus Entertainment is committed to its toon house Nelvana in spite of its C$200 million ($127 million) writedown, Corus CEO John Cassaday said at the company's annual…
Canuck film funder Telefilm Canada wants homegrown French pics to capture 12% of the overall French-language box office action in Canada. This goal is significantly higher than that set for…
Canuck film distributor Seville Pictures unveiled an ambitious slate of local films to be released in 2003-2004 on Friday.
Two-time Golden Globe winner Miranda Richardson, Callum Keith Rennie, Mark McKinney and Katherine Isabelle topline "Falling Angels," based on Canuck author Barbara Gowdy's novel and helmed by Scott…
Federal film funding agency Telefilm Canada has lifted its self-imposed ban on doing business with troubled Montreal-based kids TV producer Cinar.
Revolution Studios has inked a multiyear deal with leading Canadian TV content distributor Incendo Media, it was announced Wednesday.
Former Cinar co-CEOs Ronald Weinberg and Micheline Charest, ousted from the Montreal toon house amid a financial scandal two years ago, are suing auditors Ernst & Young for C$194.1 million ($124…
Canuck broadcaster Corus Entertainment announced Wednesday that operations for its animation house Nelvana will be combined with those of its broadcast division under Paul Robertson.