The indie Canuck distribution scene can be summed up very simply: there's the ever-dominant Alliance Atlantis and then there's everyone else.
Troubled Canuck TV producer Cinar has finally been sold. After more than two years seeking a suitor, Cinar announced late Thursday it has inked a deal to sell the Montreal-based company to an…
Bell Globemedia, which owns the CTV Network, reported strong financial results thanks to boffo ratings and strong advertising revenue at the Canuck web.
Dimension Films has bought the remake rights to hit Quebecois horror pic "Sur le seuil" (Evil Words) from Montreal producer Nicole Robert, who produced the French-language original.
Canuck network CTV has acquired local rights to MTV reality series "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica" and has extended its deal with Comedy Central's satirical newser "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart."
Government film coin agency Telefilm Canada is claiming its Canadian Feature Film Fund has helped boost box office for homegrown pics from 1.4% to 3.8% of the country's overall ticket sales in the 18…
Canadian film company Alliance Atlantis Communications announced Wednesday it has completed an initial public offering for its Movie Distribution Income Fund, generating gross proceeds of…
The Canuck film industry is split over whether new California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will use his political muscle to stop U.S. production from fleeing to the Great White North.
Canada has become a more aggressive buyer of foreign TV programming over the past year as several of the main broadcast companies have expanded their reach.
Canuck terrestrial web CTV, which often used to trail rival Global Network, is garnering boffo ratings thanks to savvy U.S. acquisitions and one monster local success story.