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Corus Entertainment‘s Toon Boom has a new tool launched for 3D animations, (via CNW) 1st season of BOSCH is coming up onto CTV, (via CNW) and Shomi has a wide new variety of shows to

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Sudbury Film Bylaws, Who I’d Still Have, shomi Moves In, TIFF Industry Conference

Sudbury City Hall is looking to update its bylaws to get filmmaking business flowing smoothly while shooting on municipal property — and when contractors build sets on the streets, the CBC reports.  Most citizens also

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Shomi Shows Us All

Earlier this year, we asked if it was fair that viewers in Canada should have to sign up with one of the Big Cable companies to get access to CraveTV and shomi. The general feeling

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Rock to Rock to Rideau: Today’s Stories

Brad Peyton is going, as the CBC puts it, “from the Rock to the Rock.” The filmmaker from Gander, Newfoundland, directed the disaster film San Andreas (guess what kind of disaster it’s about) starring Dwayne “The

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News from the North and the Net

The Muskoka Independent Film Festival (MIFF) has extended its deadline for entries to June 26th. This year’s theme is “We A Funny Planet”, according to its page on FilmFreeway (which is also where you can

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6 Film and TV Stories You’ll Want to Read

Frank Giustra of Lions Gate and Thunderbird Films is “openly seething”, The National Post reports, over implications going around, south of the border, about his connections to Bill (and by extension Hillary) Clinton. “And I’m

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