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Eye in the Sky Contest, Donoghue’s Future

Dork Shelf and eOne Films have announced a chance to win some advanced screening tickets for Eye in the Sky. In this military style movie, Colonel Katherine Powell (Helen Mirren) is commanding an operation which

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Mostly CSA News (Plus a Little Death Cure)

The Chronicle-Herald has a readable straightforward list of the big winners at last night’s Canadian Screen Awards, via CP, here. Yes, it was a big night for Schitt’s Creek (best comedy, comedy actor, comedy actress),

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Awards, Prizes, and Our First Original Video

More early CSA’s — The Globe and Mail’s Barry Hertz reports some of the 49 handed out last night in TO, including nine for The Book of Negroes and six for Schitt’s Creek. Of course

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CSA Round 1, Canada Stands In, Good Year for Ontario

Barry Hertz of the Globe and Mail reports that Sports and News gets honoured and awarded in Canadian Screen Awards. Fifty honours were handed out last night, in categories such as documentaries, lifestyle, and reality

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Cast No Shadow Set to Make Its Mark

(Via WireService.ca) “Cast No Shadow tells the story of a boy who yearns to transform into something he is not. A boy who was close to persevering, as so many are, but fell backwards,” says

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Daily Rushes for First Mon in DST

Also Commonwealth Day — who knew? Something else we didn’t know: The House of Commons’ Canadian Heritage Committee is taking a look at Canada’s feature film industry.  Thanks to iPolitics.ca, here (scroll down to Today

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