“Gabrielle,” Quebec director Louise Archambault’s drama about a developmentally disabled music prodigy who finds love with a fellow choir member, will represent Canada for consideration as a best…
Quinn Taylor is heading from the Alphabet to the Peacock. The longtime ABC exec has been tapped to lead movies, miniseries and international co-productions at NBC. He previously served as senior v.p…
BANFF — Family films are getting a boost from Canada, with the announcement Tuesday at the Banff Media Festival that federal government film and TV funder Telefilm Canada and Canuck media and…
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Telefilm Canada has signed up to promote Vancouver-based CineCoup Film Accelerator’s million-dollar indie filmmaking competition. Telefilm, the cultural agency devoted to supporting the Canadian…
Toronto -- Toronto-born Ian Harnarine has won the Telefilm Canada Pitch This! competish prize of C$10,000 to develop his 2012 Genie-winning short "Doubles with Slight Pepper" into a feature film, it…
In an attempt to build stronger connections with a rapidly evolving and expanding Chinese film market, the Whistler Film Festival, in association with Telefilm Canada, is offering writer/producer…
Thanks to provincial tax incentives, Hollywood producers have flocked to Canada. Now, ironically, reductions in funding from the federal government may make the nation a less hospitable place for its…
When Carolle Brabant took over as executive director of Telefilm Canada early in 2010, she promised to try to make the Canuck film and TV funder more responsive to the needs of the country's…
Everyone knows Canadians are funny -- especially Canadians, who keep homegrown standup, radio and TV comedy thriving. But bigscreen laughs tend to be a different story.
As head of film funding agency Telefilm Canada, Carolle Brabant knows she must serve two masters.
Longtime Telefilm Canada staffer Carolle Brabant has been appointed executive director of the country's film and TV funding agency, it was announced Tuesday by federal Heritage Minister James Moore.