Cinderella, Shakespeare, and The Devil Wears Prada meet — in Montréal — in After the Ball, opening this weekend. Read Chris Knight’s review.
Andrea Martin wonders if the red carpet will be indoors or out at the CSA’s on Sunday, while talking with TV,eh?
Producer Don Carmody says video on demand — once it “matures” — could provide “the sweet spot for Canadian films” in an interview with Barry Hertz at the National Post
Bruce Greenwood of Elephant Song, plus a whole lot of other projects on both sides of the Line, talks about his busy life with Cassandra Szklarski of the Canadian Press at 680News
“It’s a Canada weekend” says the Vancouver Observer’sVolkmar Richter, though he notes the three Canadian films opening will get “the usual short play in theaters”
If you’re in TO, Canadian Screen Week is putting on a free public screening at TIFF Bell Lightbox tomorrow (Saturday the 28th) — see about tickets here
The National Screen Institute is wishing good luck to the 17 of its alumni up for CSA’s this year
The festival submission process can be overwhelming for filmmakers, so Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC) offers a consultation service called Festival Concierge — and it’ll be offered free to all BravoFACTUAL award recipients. Learn more about the service and the awards, which are offered by Bell Media’s BravoFACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent) at Broadcaster Magazine.