Tag: Film

All things Film from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

TV & Film News – DGC urges an end to Telefilm...

The Independent Filmmakers Committee of the Directors Guild of Canada (DGC), led by Clement Virgo, has published a “Directors Manifesto” calling for an overhaul...

TV & Film News – Major construction begins on Pinewood Studios...

Pinewood Toronto Studios has started major construction on its multi-stage expansion of more than 200,000 sq. ft. of new sound stage and support space....

TV & Film News – Marci Ien among WIFT Toronto’s 2020...

WIFT Toronto has named its 2020 Crystal Awards honourees. They include Beth Janson, CEO at the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, who receives...

TV & Film News – Deepa Mehta’s ‘Funny Boy’ to represent...

Funny Boy, Deepa Mehta’s film adaptation of Shyam Selvadurai’s coming-of-age novel, will represent Canada in the race for Best International Feature Film at the...

Deepa Mehta’s Funny Boy to represent Canada at 2021 Oscars

Funny Boy, Deepa Mehta's film adaptation of Shyam Selvadurai's coming-of-age novel, will represent Canada in the race for Best International Feature Film at the...

TV & Film News – Applications open Friday for federal COVID-19...

The Short-Term Compensation Fund for Canadian Audiovisual Productions (STCF) will open for applications Oct. 30. The temporary federal measure is aimed at minimizing the...

TV & Film News – CBC ramps up political coverage with...

CBC/Radio-Canada is once again making 24-hour news channels, CBC News Network and ICI RDI, more widely available as Canadians face a resurgence of COVID-19....

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Randy Lennox is departing as President of Bell Media in the New Year with Bell Group President and Vice Chair Wade Oosterman to...

TV & Film News – DOC releases COVID-19 production guide

The Documentary Organization of Canada has released online guide, Documentary Production in the Era of COVID-19: Best Practices by and for Documentary Filmmakers. Created...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Slawko Klymkiw, CEO of the Canadian Film Centre (CFC), will retire in spring 2021 after 15 years at the organization’s helm. Klymkiw, who...

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