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How Canada is Rethinking Film Financing Amid a Racial Reckoning: “Something Has Changed”

Telefilm Canada, the country's top film financier, has vowed to fix a two-tiered industry where top producers get generous and automatic funding that smaller filmmakers, including from Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities (BIPOC), cannot get.

Toronto: Saoirse Ronan Talks Activism, Growing Up in ‘Brooklyn’

During a virtual master class at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, 'Ammonite' star Saoirse Ronan discussed why she doesn't consider herself an activist and reflected on her life and career. 

Lionsgate U.K. CEO Zygi Kamasa to Step Down

Zygi Kamasa is stepping down as the longtime CEO of Lionsgate U.K. to pursue a new film and TV business opportunity, the Hollywood studio said Wednesday.

Toni Collette, Matthew Goode Join Indie Comedy ‘Birthmarked’

The project was directed by Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais.

Irish Film Board Gets 14 Percent Budget Increase

But the funding, used to support such films as 'Room' and 'Brooklyn,' is still below pre-financial crisis level.

‘Room’ Dominates Canadian Screen Awards, Oscar-Winner Brie Larson Named Best Actress

It was the hostage drama's night as Jacob Tremblay and Joan Allen nabbed trophies for their own performances.

Oscar Snubs: ‘Star Wars,’ Sylvester Stallone, Lady Gaga Shut Out

The Academy Awards also continued 'Carol's' disappointing awards-season losing streak as 'The Martian,' 'Brooklyn' and 'Sicario' failed to win any awards.

Oscars: ‘Brooklyn’ Producer on Casting Saoirse Ronan Love Interest, Emory Cohen

"Honesty and innocence and openness are really kind of hard to find in a lot of these younger actors. They do superhero movies," Finola Dwyer says of the extensive search it took to find the Irish actress' co-star match.

Oscars: 10 Nominated Scribes on How They Wrote Their Most Memorable Scenes

A novelist scraps her own words for the screen, and other surprising tales behind the films competing in the screenplay categories (both adapted and original).

‘Room’ Leads Canadian Screen Awards Film Nominations

The Eugene Levy-starrer 'Schitt's Creek' leads the field in TV categories at Canada's national media awards.

Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films of 2015

THR's awards analyst includes on his list of personal favorites a variety of dramas and comedies, indies and studio pics and American and foreign films.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Saoirse Ronan (‘Brooklyn’)

The American-born Irish actress, who was Oscar-nominated at age 13, is back in the running at 21 for her moving portrayal of a young woman caught between two countries and two young men.