Formed from the ashes of troubled Canuck distrib Behaviour Distribution, Seville Pictures, which combines the operations of Behaviour Distribution and small Montreal production company Industry…
A notoriously difficult person to interview, Paul Bowles is remarkably forthcoming, candid and, in his own odd way, entertaining in Canuck helmer Jennifer Baichwal's extraordinary docu on the late…
Canuck film and TV company Lions Gate Entertainment is set to hit up stock investors in the Great White North for $30 million to help finance its ambitious expansion plans.
Domestic Film DAILY
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$29.9M Sony / Screen Gems -11.16%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$557,622 Cumulative:$308.5M Disney -4.92%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$459,663 Cumulative:$18.1M Warner Brothers -9.19%
Two high-profile international co-productions lead the way in the race for the Genie Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Academy Awards, with Hungarian helmer Istvan Szabo's "Sunshine" garnering 14…
Canadian entertainment company Astral Communications reported significant growth in both revenues and net earnings for the past year, thanks mainly to boffo performance by its specialty TV services.
Canadian children's producer and distributor Cinar has acquired the Wonderworks library of family films from Salt Lake City-based Bonneville Intl.
After a lengthy period of lackluster results following the merger in September 1998 of Alliance and Atlantis, Alliance Atlantis Communications posted its second straight quarter of robust results…
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. has secured a new C$20 million ($13.4 million) credit facility from the National Bank of Canada, and the Canuck company will use the cash to expand all its divisions…
Artisan Entertainment has inked an output deal for the U.K. with Alliance Atlantis Motion Picture Distribution giving Alliance Atlantis rights in the territory to all Artisan pics over the next three…
Canuck federal film and TV funder Telefilm Canada doled out C$172.4 million ($116 million) this past fiscal year, up from $111 million a year earlier, it reported.