Canada's largest music publisher Ole has a license to drive -- music, that is.
National Film Board's online plans tout heritage and digital future
Highlights from Canada's scoring studios and resources
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Between talk about Canada's ample location shoots, and buzz around developing studio facilities, the country's thriving music scoring scene can get overlooked.
The Tribeca Film Institute is carving itself a solid reputation amongst the crowded arena of film fest lab programs, and this year the non-profit arm of Tribeca will see some of its efforts bear…
Audiences have raved about the gripping performances in "Animal Kingdom," but the work of lenser Adam Arkapaw has gone quietly unnoticed -- and that's exactly how he planned it.
An unusual pairing of rock and documentary made history four years ago when Melissa Etheridge accepted the first best original song Oscar for "An Inconvenient Truth."
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival's new HQ, the Bell Lightbox, is striving to make a thunderous debut that will impress curious filmgoers and industry players alike, and artistic director Noah Cowan…
At one time, Gokhan Tiryaki was primed to enter Istanbul's financial industry with a degree in economics, but he got sidetracked when he invested in a film career.
More than one female director could land a spot on Oscar's director list.
The complexities of female friendships serve as the basis for documentary helmer Emily Abt's first narrative feature, Sundance competition pic "Toe to Toe."