Cinar Films posted its biggest-ever one-year jump in earnings last year thanks to increased sales of its family TV programming in the U.S. and Europe. The Montreal-based producer and distributor…
Rogers Communications has finally put its bid for Maclean Hunter on the table. On Friday, Rogers topper Ted Rogers announced that the Toronto-based company was willing to pay $ C17 ($ 12.65) a share…
Selected to open this year's Rendez-Vous du Cinema Quebecois fest, veteran helmer Lea Pool's "Mouvements du desir" is an ultra-steamy update of the classic romance-on-a-train theme that adds new zing…
Also with: Elyse Guilbault, Mimi D'Estee, Nadia Paradis, Yvon Roy, Michael Rudder, Jean Marchand, Sheena Larkin, Jacques Girard, Sylvie Legault, Serge Christiansens, Doru Bandol
Prime Minister Jean Chretien has appointed veteran Canadian Broadcasting Corp. executive Tony Manera as head of the national pubcaster. Manera had been acting president of the CBC since Gerard…
The Intl. Museum of Humour, part of Gilbert Rozon's Just for Laughs comedy empire, officially closes its doors today after only 10 months in operation.
The 12th annual Rendez-Vous du Cinema Quebecois film fest will kick off Feb. 3 with the world preem of helmer Lea Pool's latest feature, "Mouvements du Desir ," starring Valerie Kaprisky.
Pubcaster CBC's flagship nightly news show, "Prime Time News," leads the race for the 1994 Gemini Awards -- Canada's English-language TV prizes -- with 10 nominations, including best anchor nods for…
The Big Mac connection is already working wonders for "Matusalem." The Quebec-made pic, which is the first local film ever to be officially sponsored by McDonald's, opened on a record 42 screens…