TORONTO — The Canadian Film Centre and Toronto-headquartered Entertainment One have joined forces to create the CFC/eOne TV Adaptation Lab, which aims to develop pilot scripts based on literary works…
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YouTube is breaking into the festival circuit, with several of the Internet video site's content creators to be featured at an in-the-flesh-and-blood fest in the Great White North. The Buffer…
Though the Canadian Film Centre's Showrunner Bootcamp boasts an intimidating moniker, its benefits are well worth the effort. TV scribe Daegan Fryklind will attest to that — when she's not busy…
Through both spirit and deliberate design, the Canadian Film Centre today reflects the values of founder Norman Jewison and his body of work.
CFC CEO SLAWKO KLYMKIW Canadian Film Centre CEO Canadian Film Centre CEO Slawko Klymkiw's average day is about engaging with the many moving parts of a career and biz-accelerating hub. Since 2005 the…
The Canadian Film Centre celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with a winning pedigree.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's directorial debut "After Tiller."
"Bully" will receive the 2013 Stanley Kramer Award at the 24th annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony Jan. 26.
Film Movement has acquired North American rights to Michiel ten Horn's dark comedy "The Deflowering of Eva Van End."
The Canadian Film Centre has launched a business development lab intended to spur development of innovation in digital entertainment.