MONTREAL -- Astral Media shareholders have approved telco and broadcast giant Bell Canada's $3 billion acquisition of the Montreal-based broadcaster, but they shot down outgoing CEO Ian Greenberg's…
MONTREAL -- The 36th Montreal World Film Festival will bow its first China Film Business Week during its Intl. Film Market, per fest prexy Serge Losique.
To say Xavier Dolan stands out in the buttoned-down milieu of Canadian film is an understatement.
MONTREAL The line-up for the 30th Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival will include Kevin Hart, Aziz Ansari, Bill Hader, Bob Saget, John Pinette and Lewis Black among many others.
MONTREAL The 16th Montreal Fantasia Film Festival for genre pics will launch its first Frontieres Co-Production Market this July, which will include 14 projects pitched by producers looking for…
The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television is merging its Genie Awards for film and Gemini TV Awards into one gala in 2013.
Canada's broadcast regulator is not going to force Netflix Canada to help finance Canadian programming -- at least not for now.
Thanks to provincial tax incentives, Hollywood producers have flocked to Canada. Now, ironically, reductions in funding from the federal government may make the nation a less hospitable place for its…
Canuck pubcaster CBC and the public film studio National Film Board of Canada will reduce staff and programs following the 10% cuts to their respective budgets announced by Prime Minister Stephen…
MONTREAL -- Canuck pubcaster CBC, federal film and TV funder Telefilm Canada and the National Film Board of Canada will all be subject to swingeing 10% budget cuts in the next three years.
When Bell Canada, the country's leading TV owner and telecom player, paid $3.4 billion to take over Montreal-based cabler Astral Media, it was a call not only for Canadian media giant Quebecor to sit…
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