Canuck network CTV has appointed Rick Brace prexy, replacing Trina McQueen who retired earlier this year, Ivan Fecan, CEO of CTV parent Bell Globemedia, announced Wednesday.
Canuck media giant Quebecor and its wholly owned cable subsidiary Videotron are suing former Videotron CEO Claude Chagnon for C$23.2 million ($14.7 million).
Canadian production company Rhombus Media of Toronto and Montreal-based distributor TVA Films unveiled their new Canuck pic lineup, which includes films from helmers Francois Girard, Don McKellar and…
On the brisk and quiet morning of Sept. 11, roughly fifty Toronto Intl. Film Festival attendees stood solemnly for a moment of silence in the lobby of the Sutton Place Hotel, where many of fest's…
United Artists on Thursday closed the biggest pact of the Toronto Film Festival, committing $1.5 million for all North American rights to the Chinese pic "Together," helmed by Chen Kaige ("Farewell…
Wednesday began on a solemn note at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, with all business activity on hold and theaters dark in commemoration of Sept. 11.
Quite a bit of business unrelated to the titles unspooling at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival is going down in Toronto hotel lobbies.
Two films that are sure to generate ink and create marketing challenges due to edgy content have been picked up at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
Four days into the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, it's slim pickin's for acquisitions execs looking to buy domestic rights to English-lingo films.
With its quirky array of prizes from the competition jury crowning a rich selection of world cinema, the 26th edition of the Montreal World Film Festival ended Sept. 2 in a style it's made all its…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures