Hockey rules Canadian ratings, so when rival broadcasters and telcos Bell Canada and Rogers Communications teamed to buy the Toronto Maple Leafs, the TV world predicted a big sports rights shakeup…
In a move that will better balance the evaluation of English- and French-language Canadian films, Telefilm Canada is measuring success on a global scale.
MONTREAL -- Canada's First Generation Films, which produced "Amreeka" and "The Whistleblower," is prepping "The Lesser Blessed," based on Richard Van Camp's first novel.
MONTREAL -- As part of the inaugural Fantasia Film Market the fest is setting up Frontieres, the Fantasia Intl. Co-Production Market.
The French of Paris or the French of Quebec? It's a question that the Union des Artistes, the main actors union in the Francophone province, has been wrestling with for years.
As head of film funding agency Telefilm Canada, Carolle Brabant knows she must serve two masters.
Canada's media watchdog ruled Wednesday that it will not force web players like Netflix to cough up cash to support local programming, bringing them in line with levies on broadcasters.
The Canadian government introduced legislation in Parliament to modernize the country's copyright laws on Thursday.
Quebec writer-director Philippe Falardeau's "Monsieur Lazhar" is Canada's submission to the Oscars for the foreign-language film category.
Toronto film fest co-director Cameron Bailey was staying up nights trying to figure out why English-Canadian film stars in the Great White North haven't enjoyed the same kind of notoriety as their…
The long-running, top-rated CBC satirical series "Rick Mercer Report," a "Daily Show"-like take on current events, won the trophy for comedy series, and the Irish-Canadian-Hungarian period co-prod…
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