MONTREAL -- Bell Canada, the country's leading telecom player and broadcaster, just got a lot bigger. On Friday morning, it was announced that Bell has inked a deal to take-over Montreal-based…
MONTREAL -- The Toronto Film Festival announced Wednesday that Piers Handling's co-director Cameron Bailey has been named artistic director.
When Carolle Brabant took over as executive director of Telefilm Canada early in 2010, she promised to try to make the Canuck film and TV funder more responsive to the needs of the country's…
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Writer-helmer Philippe Falardeau's "Monsieur Lazhar," which came up short in the foreign-lingo category at the Oscars, fared better at the Genie Awards, dominating the Canadian film awards in Toronto…
Canuck film funding agency Telefilm Canada announced Friday a private fund to finance homegrown filmmaking.
Pierre Juneau, who brought in key regulations supporting homegrown TV and music production in Canada, died on Tuesday. He was 89.
Small-but-happening Montreal production company Microscope is the poster child for the new wave of Quebecois cinema that's making waves far beyond the Canadian province's borders.
MONTREAL -- It's a fair bet that Leonard Katz, acting head of Canuck broadcast watchdog the CRTC for just three weeks, can't wait for the authorities to find a new topper to take the job off his…
Canada's Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the argument that Internet service providers should be treated like broadcasters and forced to adhere to the same rules that govern local TV networks.
Canada's Investissement Quebec is moving forward with the sale of its stake in Canuck distrib Alliance Films along with co-owner Goldman Sachs, which put its share on the block this month (Daily…
MONTREAL -- The battle to force Internet Service Providers to be treated like broadcasters went before Canada's Supreme Court on Monday, a case that could have a major impact on the local TV business.