Canadian film distributors are standing on the sidelines this year as their U.S. peers ramp up the selection of early-release VOD titles and reap the benefits.
With a sense of humor that suggests a network sitcom but enough sexual content to earn an NC-17 rating, "My Awkward Sexual Adventure" is one white elephant of a Canadian romantic comedy…
Growing VOD outfits bump up price for Hollywood product
Berry Meyerowitz's Phase 4 Films has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to Andrew Edison's raunchy teen comedy "Bindlestiffs" and will release the pic through its new "Kevin Smith's SModcast Pictures…
When it comes to North American film festivals, there's Sundance, there's Toronto, and then there's everything else. But even without a market, South by Southwest makes a strong case for the…
Models, stylists and designers braved the chilly weather to attend the Feb. 9 screening of Phase 4 Films' "Vidal Sassoon The Movie" at MoMA.
Indie film-TV banner Peace Arch Entertainment Group has promoted John Flock to CEO from president and chief operating officer.
Indie distrib Peace Arch Releasing and Peace Arch Intl. have paid just north of $1 million for world rights to Toronto Film Festival pic "The Babysitters."
Peace Arch Entertainment, a publicly quoted film and TV company based in Canada, has acquired the L.A.-based DVD distributor Trinity Home Entertainment for $10 million, mostly in cash but also with…
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