Global film and TV content distrib Entertainment One, which recently rebranded as eOne, announced Wednesday that it's expanding its home-entertainment biz into Scandinavia and South Africa.
Character actor Maury Chaykin, best known for his pivotal role in "Dances With Wolves," died July 27 in Toronto, his manager wouldn't divulge the cause of death. It was his 61st birthday.
Robert Redford's Lincoln assassination drama among world premieres at the 35th annual Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
DVD rental giant Netflix is expanding beyond the U.S. for the first time.
"Score: A Hockey Musical," a made-in-Toronto romantic sports comedy featuring 19 original tunes, will world preem Sept. 9 as the opening night Gala Presentation of the 35th annual Toronto Intl. Film…
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth donned custom-made 3D specs for a short demo of live-action 3D filming and playback during a two-hour stop at British studio Pinewood Shepperton's Canadian outpost on…
The Toronto Just for Laughs Festival unveiled the line-up for its six gala shows on Thursday.
The Toronto Film Festival's Bell Lightbox campaign has reached 90% of its $196 million capital target, thanks to $9.5 million in partnerships and gifts secured during the first half of 2010, festival…
Canadian commercial broadcasters are spending record amounts of money on U.S. and foreign TV shows, and local talent isn't happy about it.
Canadian pubcaster the CBC launched its fall 2010 season today at its Toronto headquarters.
Toronto's Just for Laughs Festival ups the yuks for its fourth edition.