The all-Canadian WWI drama "Passchendaele" will open the 33rd Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 4.
Vancouver heavy-rock quartet Hedley took home trophies for overall video, director, cinematography (for "For the Nights I Can't Remember") and MuchLOUD rock video (for "She's So Sorry") at the 19th…
Danish duo Thomas Glud and Lars Wass' "Getting Out" (Vaek fra spajald), about a teenager's shot at TV fame, won the C$5,000 ($4,880) audience award at the 14th Worldwide Short Film Festival on Sunday…
Michaelle McLean, director of the Toronto Documentary Forum, the two-day market and pitching event hosted by Hot Docs, announced Monday she is stepping down after nine years.
Despite fragmented TV viewership, the aftermath of the U.S. writers' strike and Canuck producers' concerns about changes to government funding sources, the mood -- as well as attendance -- was up at…
More than $50,000 was awarded to producers pitching their works as this year's 29th Banff World Television Festival, which boasted a record 1,500 registered delegates, as it wound down Wednesday.
GlassBOX, which won an Intl. Emmy for its interactive channel Bite TV, is getting $5 million boost in new strategic investment, prexy and CEO Jeffrey Elliott announced Monday at the Banff Intl. TV…
Sci-fi 13-parter "Sanctuary" is one of three productions announced Monday by Canuck channels The Movie Network and Movie Central at the Banff World Television Festival.
"White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" nabbed the Grand Prize at the Banff World TV Festival's Rockie Awards handed out Monday at a ceremony in the Fairmont Banff Springs…
Canada powerhouse network CTV and its new sister channel, the revitalized A (formerly A-Channel), for the first time announced complementary programming schedules for fall during a marathon event…
Returning U.S. hits and revamped classics dominate the fall schedule of Global Television and E!, CanWest Global Communications' two terrestrial commercial networks.