Toronto-based companies Blue Ice Group and KinoSmith have inked a deal to create Blue Ice Docs, a full-service distribution company that will fund and acquire non-fiction Canadian and international…
TORONTO — On the eve of the 20th edition of Hot Docs, Kinosmith has sparked sales action nabbing Canuck rights to world-preeming opener "The Manor" and to Gabriela Cowperthwaite's Sundance hit…
Cinedigm has nabbed U.S. distribution rights for Yung Chang's docu "The Fruit Hunters" in advance of its Berlin bow, the National Board of Canada announced Wednesday.
If Day-Lewis could win an Oscar for his portrayal of a corrupt oil man in "There Will Be Blood," consider how much stronger his chances are this time.
An unnerving home-invasion thriller, "In Their Skin" achieves full creepy impact without succumbing to cheap genre thrills or cool arthouse abstraction.
IFC Films is acquiring all North American rights to director Mira Nair's "The Relunctant Fundamentalist," which opened the Venice Film Festival and screened at Toronto.
"Killing Them Softly" exec producer Inferno International LLC and its Inferno Distribution LLC have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing a need to sort out legal disputes, including a large…
Fresh from its best docu win at Tribeca, Nisha Pahuja's "The World Before Her" has nabbed Best Canadian Feature at Hot Docs. The jury award comes with $10,000 cash and was one of 10 prizes handed out…
Women and India are the ostensible subjects of "The World Before Her," but Nisha Pahuja's docu hangs a big, fat question mark over the future of humankind itself.
Improbabilities pile higher than chips on the card tables glimpsed throughout "The Odds," a Vancouver-set teen noir with lead performances appreciably more persuasive than helmer Simon Davidson's…
President Obama's address on the nation's debt ceiling disrupted primetime schedules on Monday, which saw Fox's ''Hell's Kitchen'' and ABC's ''The Bachelorette'' put up the strongest numbers.