Monday, October 22, 2018

After Weinstein Scandal, a Plan to Protect Models

“The horrible thing is, as a model, it wasn’t that unusual to be in a weird situation where a photographer or someone feels they have a right to your body.”

TORONTO DIRECTOR/WRITER/ACTOR NICOLE STAMP WROTE A #METOO ARTICLE THAT WAS SHARED 70K TIMES AND...

Nicole Stamp is a director, actor, and television host living in Toronto.
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Creative Canada: Minister Joly Reiterates the Government’s Vision for the future of Canada’s Creative...

Creative Canada is a roadmap that focuses on supporting Canadian creators, delivering their content to audiences at home and abroad, and ensuring that there is always a space for diverse, Canadian voices

Viceland, Rogers Media in production on two docuseries

Viceland and Rogers Media are in production on two original hour-long docuseries, The Wrestlers and Post Radicals.

‘Dark Matter’ EP Vanessa Piazza Sets Multi-Year Producing Partnership With eOne

Entertainment One (eOne) has entered into a multi-year producing partnership with executive producer Vanessa Piazza through her production company Piazza Entertainment.

Just For Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon resigns over abuse allegations

“I am resigning out of respect for the employees and the families that work for these organizations as well as all our partners,” Rozon wrote in what he titled an official declaration.

THINKING OF TAKING A COURSE OR WORKSHOP? THIS IS FOR YOU(Here is a...

In the TRAINING section of eBOSS, you will find Courses and Workshops for Actors, Filmmakers, Voice and Dancers with Teachers, Coaches and Casting Directors

Hollywood North: ‘This is an abusive industry for women’

Vancouver film and TV insiders reveal their experiences of sexual harassment and abuse at work. *** Warning: This article contains descriptions of sexual harassment and assault. ***

Women identify as assault, harassment victims using #metoo hashtag

Thousands of women respond to actress Alyssa Milano's call to tweet 'me too' to raise sexual assault awareness

B.C. film and TV industries hit “phenomenal” year: record $2.6 billion spent, with stable...

Screen production expenditures in B.C. totalled an estimated $2.6 billion within the 2016-17 fiscal year, which represents an increase of over 35 percent from the previous year.

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