Returning U.S. hits and revamped classics dominate the fall schedule of Global Television and E!, CanWest Global Communications' two terrestrial commercial networks.
A Toronto venue change for Andrew Lloyd Webber tuner "The Boys in the Photograph" provoked rumors that the production would be postponed or cancelled.
Blueprint Entertainment will receive the Lionsgate/Maple Pictures Innovative Producer Award, given to an indie Canadian TV production company for entrepreneurial excellence, at the 29th Banff World…
Broadcaster CTV and its new sister channel, A — formerly the A-Channel, which CTVglobemedia bought from Chum last year — announced their first complementary fall skeds on Monday during a four-hour…
German distrib X Verleih has nabbed all German-language rights to Atom Egoyan's "Adoration," produced by the director's Ego Film Arts and Toronto-based the Film Farm.
Martin Short, Jimmy Fallon and Jason Alexander will host comedy galas at the second Just for Laughs Toronto Festival.
The recently announced joint venture between Seville Pictures and Maximum Film Distribution that will combine various sales and marketing functions of their theatrical releases got a boost with the…
"Elijah," Paul Unwin's biopic about Manitoba aboriginal leader Ojibwa-Cree Elijah Harper, was the top winner at Saturday's Leo Awards, honoring the best in British Columbia-made film and TV.
Tom Gustafson's high-school fantasy-musical-comedy "Were the World Mine" nabbed the audience award for feature on Sunday at the 18th Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival.
Royal Bank of Canada and the Toronto Intl. Film Festival Group have inked a 10-year agreement, making RBC the official bank as well as a major sponsor of the fest, it was announced Thursday.
The 14th Worldwide Short Film Festival, which runs June 10-15, will deliver 60 North American preems and shine the spotlight on Japanese animation, Thai mini-cine and emerging talent from Argentina.