These are heady times for the Montreal film scene -- both for local filmmakers and for those who pay the rent toiling on Hollywood shoots. But the boom has come with growing pains.
MONTREAL - Turkish writer-director Ismail Gunes's "Where the Fire Burns" won the Grand prix des Americas, the top prize, at this year's edition of the Montreal World Film Festival. The fest wrapped…
Telco giant Bell Canada's $3 billion deal to swallow rival broadcaster Astral Media is facing fierce opposition from the country's TV biz.
Toronto touts past success in giving pics a golden kickstart during kudos season.
Change may be coming to the Montreal fest scene. Last fall Francois Macerola, president of Quebec film-funding agency Sodec, proposed that the city's three main film festivals -- the Montreal World…
Competing with larger fests, Montreal has carved out a niche for new talent
MONTREAL -- Thesp Greta Scacchi will be president of the jury at the 36th Montreal World Film Festival, it was announced Wednesday by fest president Serge Losique.
MONTREAL -- Canada's TV networks have just lost a fund that helped them finance small-market TV stations.
A series of decisions by the Supreme Court of Canada had music publishers crying foul and those in favor of free access to the web applauding.
MONTREAL -- The line-up for this year's Just for Laughs Film Festival, running in conjunction with the 30th Montreal Just for Laughs comedy fest, will include the local preem of Mike Birbiglia's…
The hottest ticket in Quebec so far this year is for a show by a local comic whose first language is Punjabi, but who cracks wise in English and French, and delights in making fun of Quebecois…
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