The Montreal World Film Festival unveiled its slate of 383 films from 70 countries Tuesday, including opener "Coteau Rouge," Quebec helmer Andre Forcier's offbeat family drama, which world preems in…
The king of comedy festivals, Just for Laughs Montreal, wrapped its 29th edition Sunday boasting more shows (1,762 English and French combined), more sell-outs, more talent (3,695 artists and…
Veteran Spanish director Vicente Aranda will helm the international jury of the 35th Montreal World Film Festival, it was announced Tuesday.
"An Inconvenient Truth" helmer Davis Guggenheim's U2 docu "From the Sky Down" will open the Toronto Film Festival Sept. 8. on the Gala screen -- marking the first time in 36 years a docu has opened…
The nuclear meltdown in Japan caused by the massive earthquake and tsunami in March has been monitored by citizens the world over -- and none more than doc team Don Argott, Demian Fenton and Sheena…
Canadian film industry and government dignitaries turned out Thursday evening for the opening of the C$20 million ($20.4 million) William F. White Center.
Bollywood starpower hit Toronto this week for a three-day film and business networking event culminating in the Intl. Indian Film Academy awards Saturday night, marking the North American bow of the…
"Heroes" creator Tim Kring's "Conspiracy for Good" was a double winner Wednesday night at the Banff World Media Festival's Interactive Rockies, which handed out eight prizes and five previously…
Bell Media, owner of Canada's top network CTV, has optioned TV rights for two popular Canadian crime novel series, and is partnering with Toronto shingle Shaftsbury on an adaptation of local author…
BBC shows won the lion's share of 14 non-fiction Rockies handed out Monday night at the Banff World Media Festival.