Tag: Telefilm

TV & Film News – DHX Media announces rebrand as “WildBrain”

DHX Media has announced that it’s undertaking a company-wide rebrand and will be known as “WildBrain” going forward. Up until now, Wildbrain has been...

Crewson, Yoon and Dupuis among this year’s Birks Women in Film...

Birks and Telefilm Canada have announced the honourees for the annual Birks Diamond Tribute to the Year’s Women in Film. This year’s list includes director Micheline...

Telefilm says support from producers, broadcasters needed to up number of...

Telefilm Canada has released an update of its gender parity initiatives for projects funded during the 2018/19 fiscal year, as it works toward a...

TV & Film News – ACTRA, DGC and IATSE come together...

Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA), the Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)...

Telefilm to consult on Canadian Oscar eligibility criteria

Telefilm Canada has issued a revised call for entries for the 92nd Academy Awards' Best International Feature Film Award (formerly Best Foreign Language Film)...

Women in View report finds female leadership key to creating gender...

The latest ​Women in View On Screen report finds that while the number of women employed on Canadian film and television productions is growing, they...

Film & TV News In Brief – ACTRA Toronto to honour...

ACTRA Toronto will present its 2019 Award of Excellence to Canadian character actor Jayne Eastwood. Eastwood has held roles on screen and stage over...

Telefilm names new director of Public and Government Affairs

Telefilm Canada has announced that Catherine Émond will succeed Jean-Claude Mahé as director, Public and Governmental Affairs, as Mahé gets set to retire from the organization at the...

What the new USMCA deal means for broadcasting

NAFTA renegotiations wrapped Sunday night with a new trilateral trade deal. While protections for Canada's cultural sectors remain as-is in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA),...

Sophie Dupuis’ Chien de garde to represent Canada in Oscars race

Telefilm has announced that director Sophie Dupuis' Chien de garde will represent Canada in the race for Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards, to be held...
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