Veteran British thesp Claire Bloom has been tapped to star in Canuck-British co-production "Book of Eve," which began lensing this week in Montreal.
Canuck film and TV funding agency Telefilm Canada pumped an extra C$10 million ($6.3 million) into feature films over the past year, handing out more than $21 million to feature projects in the Great…
Alliance Atlantis Communications is the latest Canuck entertainment company to announce disappointing financial results.
CanWest Global Communications posted a bigger loss and reduced net earnings in the fourth quarter mainly due to the costs of buying the Southam chain newspapers last year.
Canuck production company Nelvana has denied management problems after the second of three co-founders quit in just over a month.
After the Sept. 11 attacks, the Hollywood film biz is in a funk, but many in the Canadian industry believe the trauma may actually boost filming in the Great White North.
London-based Little Bird and Toronto's Alliance Atlantis Communications have partnered to produce "A.k.a. Albert Walker," a TV movie based on the true story of the Canadian fugitive.
"Amelie" has become the top-grossing French film ever released in Quebec.
A deal to sell some of the assets of troubled Canuck TV producer Cinar to an unidentified buyer has fallen apart.
Canuck TV producer Nelvana announced Monday that it has acquired all proprietary rights to Babar, the cartoon elephant popularized in books, TV shows and films, from Laurent de Brunhoff, son of Babar…
The Canadian government is set to delay its plan to end tax shelters for film production in the Great White North.
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