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  1. Canada's Biggest Film Financier Pledges That Half of Its Projects Will Be Directed or Written by Women

    10:48 am 11/11/2016

    Telefilm Canada, led by Carolle Brabant, said it will now "favor" projects by women helmers and writers.Read more

  2. Toronto Film Festival, Instagram Launch Digital Shorts Competition

    7:37 am 7/6/2016

    'Selma' director Ava DuVernay, James Franco and Priyanka Chopra are among the judges for the TIFFxInstagram Shorts Festival. Read more

  3. Cannes: Xavier Dolan on His Competition Entry and His Love of 'Home Alone'

    9:30 pm 5/17/2016

    The 27-year-old Canadian wunderkind returns to Cannes for the fifth time with a drama starring Marion Cotillard, Gaspard Ulliel and Vincent Cassel about a terminally-ill writer returning home to break the news to his family.Read more

  4. Cannes: Xavier Dolan Wants to Look Past the "Glittery, Cheap Thrills"

    9:51 am 4/14/2016

    The director, seeing his sixth film, 'It’s Only the End of the World,' selected for official competition, said Cannes isn't just "champagne-flooded parties" and "endless PR." Read more

  5. Turner Broadcasting Sells Nordic Distributor NonStop

    4:40 am 8/21/2015

    Jakob Abrahamsson and CG Anderson buy the Swedish distribution company, whose recent releases include 'Leviathan' and 'Mommy.' Read more

  6. Canadian Micro-Budget Movies Shine in Karlovy Vary Competition

    7:33 am 7/11/2015

    Top Canadian financier Telefilm Canada is banking on next-wave movies to build momentum after popular Cannes success.Read more

  7. Cannes: Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux Join Xavier Dolan's Next Drama

    8:23 am 4/28/2015

    Seville International has taken the world rights to the French-language drama to star Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux and Vincent Cassel, with sales starting on the Croisette. Read more

  8. Canadian Screen Awards: 'Mommy' Sweeps, John Cusack Nabs Acting Trophy

    11:48 am 3/1/2015

    Xavier Dolan's family drama took nine trophies in all, while 'Orphan Black' was named best TV drama.Read more

  9. Canadian Screen Awards Unveil Nominations

    7:53 am 1/13/2015

    'Mommy' and 'Maps to the Stars' lead field in film awards, with 'Orphan Black' dominating TV competition.Read more

  10. Palm Springs Film Fest: 'Leviathan' Named Best Foreign-Language Film

    2:10 pm 1/10/2015

    'Selma' and 'Keep on Keepin' On' wins audience awards for narrative feature and documentaryRead more

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