Mongrel Media media prez Hussain Amarshi announced Tuesday the distrib has acquired Canuck rights to four Magnolia titles.
Distrib Maximum Film has nabbed Canuck rights to six pics repped by Cinetic Media playing at the Toronto Film Festival.
Gary Lang, co-helmer on James Cameron's 2005 documentary "Last Mysteries of the Titanic," has been tapped as in-house creative director of Toronto-based factual entertainment and new-media company…
Spike Lee arrived in Toronto Friday, two days before the Sunday world preem of his "Miracle at St. Anna," to launch the 2nd annual edition of the Babelgum online film festival.
Canuck and Brit TV writers will pool their talents across the pond with the creation of the Canada-U.K. Script Incubation Program.
Maximum Film Distribution Sunday picked up Canadian rights to the Steve Jacobs-helmed "Disgrace," shortly after the pic's world premiere at the Toronto festival.
If this year's crop of Canuck features world preeming at TIFF is any indication, domestic auds will soon enjoy one of the most eclectic arrays of homegrown pics to come along in recent years -- that…
The Canadian Film and Television Production Assn. has given its Producers Award to Rob Merilees, who shepherded Toronto Film Festival closer "Stone of Destiny."
Former Zeitgeist Films theatrical marketing director Stephanie Azam has been tapped as feature film executive (English-language market) of Telefilm Canada, the public film funding agency that also…
The Ontario Media Development Corp. Film Fund has invested C$1.8 million ($1.7 million) in five features and two docs in development or production in Ontario, it was announced Wednesday.
If Nicholas Tabarrok's Darius Films had a signature pic, it would be "Weirdsville" (2007), Allan Moyle's caper comedy involving two drugged-out slackers (Scott Speedman and Wes Bentley), their hooker…
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