Clear skies proved a blessing to the SXSW fest this weekend, with the upswing in film registrants creating around-the-block lineups for mostly sold-out screenings, often leaving fans and buyers alike…
A record number of film and interactive biz and creative types are converging on Austin.
"Polytechnique" nabbed 11 nominations Monday in the Canuck Genie film awards.
Toronto-headquartered international distributor E1 Entertainment is heading Down Under, expanding its global network to cover Australia and New Zealand, and positioning the company for future moves…
Ontario film and TV production activity rose 41% from 2008 to 2009, contributing C$946.4 million ($904 million) to the provincial economy, according to the Ontario Media Development Corp.
Canadian viewers delivered record-busting ratings gold to the country's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium.
Shaw Communications will buy a controlling stake in Canwest Global Communications, helping Canada's second largest TV network and its specialty channels emerge from bankruptcy protection.
Toronto's Cinespace is developing a 30-acre complex in the western part of the city, with 50,000 square feet of production offices available now and studio space in early 2010.
The Toronto Film Critics' Assn. honored two pics with its best film award on Tuesday -- Steve McQueen's 2008 Cannes shocker "Hunger," about IRA hunger-striker Bobby Sands, and Quentin Tarantino's war…
Canuck-China coproduction "Last Train Home," about a Chinese migrant worker family, topped the 22nd Intl. Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam on Friday, winning the prize for best feature-length…
CTV's "Flashpoint" topped the final installment of the Geminis, Canada's top TV awards, which saw 17 prizes handed out Saturday night at a broadcast gala in Calgary, Alberta's, Stampede Corral ( 87…