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

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

Toronto Film Festival, Instagram Launch Digital Shorts Competition

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

Cannes: Xavier Dolan on His Competition Entry and His Love of ‘Home Alone’

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…

Cannes: Xavier Dolan Wants to Look Past the “Glittery, Cheap Thrills”

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."

Turner Broadcasting Sells Nordic Distributor NonStop

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

Canadian Micro-Budget Movies Shine in Karlovy Vary Competition

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

Cannes: Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux Join Xavier Dolan’s Next Drama

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.

Canadian Screen Awards: ‘Mommy’ Sweeps, John Cusack Nabs Acting Trophy

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

Canadian Screen Awards Unveil Nominations

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

Palm Springs Film Fest: ‘Leviathan’ Named Best Foreign-Language Film

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

Why Xavier Dolan’s ‘Mommy’ Was Shot as a Perfect Square

No, that's not a projection booth snafu — the director says he had LP covers on the mind when he chose 1:1 for his acclaimed new film

‘Birdman’ Leads Vancouver Film Critics Circle Nominations

'Whiplash' and 'Boyhood' are among other multiple nominees