Toronto is to get a $20 million studio complex that will serve as a hub for production and related services.
With the pressure on the Toronto fest, co-directors Piers Handling and Cameron Bailey mixed in a few new faces among the vets on the 2010 programming team announced Tuesday.
With many screenings sold out, including those for the opening docs -- helmer Thomas Balmes' "Babies," about a year in the life of four newborns in different parts of the world, and Scot McFadyen and…
Jacob Tierney has nabbed the best feature scribe prize for Jay Baruchel starrer "The Trotsky."
It was all about crooning and swooning this weekend as Vancouver singer Michael Bublé topped the 32nd Juno Awards.
Quebec helmer Denis Villeneuve's "Polytechnique" swept the 30th Genie Awards, Canada's top film honors, winning nine of its 11 noms including trophies for pic (producers Maxime Remillard and Don…
The Canadian government's C$350 million ($340 million) Canadian Media Fund to finance TV and new media productions opened for business on April 1.
Helmer Denis Villeneuve's "Polytechnique" nabbed five prizes at Quebec's Jutra Film Awards Sunday in Montreal, including one for director.
Manitoba has raised the stakes in its film tax credit program, making it the highest all-spend tax credit in Canada.
Dark Hero Studios has inked a two-year TV production deal with Toronto-based E1 Entertainment.
Hot Docs opens April 29 with the Canadian preems of Thomas Balmes' "Babies" and Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn's chronicle of Canuck rock trio "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage."