Brendan Gleeson and Taylor Kitsch have been set to star in Don McKellar's "The Grand Seduction," a remake of the 2003 French film "Le Grande Seduction."
A lone-wolf former soldier and a teenage girl looking for love away from home make for the proverbial odd couple in "To Kill a Beaver," a peculiar but intriguing character study from Polish helmer…
DreamWorks has acquired remake rights to last year's French-Canadian hit "Starbuck" and tapped original filmmaker Ken Scott to write and direct the comedy. Andre Rouleau will produce, while Scott…
Vancouver -- The 30th Vancouver Film Festival wrapped Friday, handing out best Canadian feature honors to Anne Emond for her directorial debut, "Nuit #1," about sex and 30somethings, before screening…
A potent comedy of genetic chaos, "Starbuck" is pointedly contemporary and occasionally cloying, but guaranteed to draw attention for its premise and central character -- a sperm donor who has ended…
The Toronto Film Festival unveiled its Canadian slate of 26 features, including 15 world preems, on Tuesday morning.
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