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The Most Famous Canadian Novels Adapted for Screen

“What’s better, the book or the film?” – the question we have all asked and received numerous times. If you like to experience well-written and compelling stories both in paper and on-screen, this is the

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Room, Brooklyn, and Canadian Co-Productions

With the recent announcement of the 2017 Golden Globes nominations, I was firmly reminded that we are in the midst of the awards season, ever building towards the climactic Academy Awards. Before I began watching

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A New High for Canada

Canada and its film industry have received considerable attention in the last two years, first with the Oscar-nominated film Room, starring Brie Larson and the young Jacob Tremblay, and more recently at the 2016 Cannes

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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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Ups and Downs in Canada’s Media Industry

“[A] divided Saskatchewan media production community” is what was found by the Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association (SMPIA) in its consultation process earlier this year. Media industry employers — those who get funding directly —

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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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