A report released Tuesday by StatsCan, Canada's national statistics agency, reveals that terrestrial TV revenues declined for the first time in a decade in 2007, while pay TV revenues rose.
Paul Haggis will sit on jury for the third Filminute Festival, a multimedia, multinational fest of one-minute films founded by Canadian expats John Ketchum and Sabaa Quao.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival sales and industry office will partner with online database reference source Cinando as part of its commitment to offer expanded services this year, it was announced…
Spike Lee's WWII pic "Miracle at St. Anna" will world preem at the Toronto Film Festival.
Cannes pics, including Laurent Cantet's Palme d'Or-winning "The Class," dominate the first major programming announcement from the 33rd edition of the Toronto Film Festival.
The National Film Board, Canada's public film producer and distrib, has bowed YouTube channel Screening Room to increase exposure for its library of animated shorts.
Banff World Television Festival exec director Jennifer Harkness will step down at the end of July after three years to pursue opportunities in New York.
"Ed's Up!," the series starring Barenaked Ladies co-frontman Ed Robertson, is going international.
Global TV's former Washington bureau chief and White House correspondent Troy Reeb has been appointed senior VP of news and current affairs at Global's parent company Canwest, the Canadian…
The Just for Laughs Toronto Festival has added Andre-Phillipe Gagnon, Shaun Majunder, Robert Schimmel, Robert Klein, Larry Miller and "The Daily Show's" John Oliver to its lineup of hosted Gala…
The all-Canadian WWI drama "Passchendaele" will open the 33rd Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 4.
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