From filmmaking to cutting-edge research, Ontario is emerging as an important center for stereoscopic 3D activity and expertise, with Toronto its focal point.
Entertainment One has tapped "Doomsday" and "Tekken" producer Benedict Carver as senior vice president, filmed entertainment.
Shaftesbury, one of Canada's top TV production companies, is launching a L.A.-based U.S. division, which will focus on developing content for the U.S. market, the company announced Tuesday.
After a few years of coaxing, shuffling and reorientation efforts, the Toronto Film Festival is fully ensconced (well, almost) in its downtown hub this year.
Toronto fest covers blind spots by adding Africa-savvy curator.
Entertainment One is moving to expand its theatrical distribution biz Stateside, the company announced Wednesday.
With two weeks to go before its kick off, the Toronto Film Festival on Tuesday unveiled its Masters, Discovery and Mavericks sidebars.
The 36th annual Toronto Film Festival has announced a stellar roster of celebrated thesps, directors and industry honchos expected to hit the red carpet next month in support of Hollywood fare and an…
Gus Van Sant's "Restless," Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's "The Kid With the Bike" and Aki Kaurismaki's "Le Havre" are among 13 titles added to the Toronto Film Festival's Masters program, it was…
The Toronto Film Festival released the main details of its industry confab Thursday with the Mogul program among several new and returning strands.
Writer-helmer David Hare's modern spy-thriller ''Page Eight," starring Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz and Ralph Fiennes, will close the Toronto Film Festival's Gala slate, it was announced Tuesday.
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