Friday, January 18, 2019

‘RUN THIS TOWN,’ THE FILM STARRING DAMIAN LEWIS AS ROB FORD, TO MAKE WORLD...

“Run This Town” is in the “Narrative Spotlight” section of the festival, which runs March 8-17.

February Freeze 2019 | Feb 5th, 1pm-9pm | Feb 6th, 10am-5pm

February Freeze is Canada’s leading technological trade show for the entertainment industry. With over 50 established vendors and product manufacturers from all over the world

NETFLIX ACCUSED OF USING FOOTAGE OF LAC-MÉGANTIC QUEBEC DISASTER IN ‘BIRD BOX’

A day after learning that a science-fiction show on Netflix used actual footage of the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, the mayor of the Quebec town said she believes images of the tragedy were used in a second Netflix production, Bird Box.

THE 17TH ANNUAL ACTRA AWARDS IN TORONTO NOMINEES

ACTRA Toronto is excited to announce the nominees for the 17th Annual ACTRA Awards in Toronto. The ACTRA Awards in Toronto will take place at The Carlu on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

CANADIAN ACTORS PUSH FOR MORE DIVERSITY IN TELEVISION, FILM CASTING

Raugi Yu was thrilled when he nabbed an audition to play a French ambassador. It was about 15 years ago, early in his acting career, and a rare time he'd been welcomed to try out for a role not specifically written for an Asian actor.

SPOTLIGHT ON LOVELL ADAMS-GRAY

Today we turn the spotlight on Lovell Adams-Gray ... an actor, writer, producer. Read his journey. Remember his name.

ACTORS UNION ACCUSES ACADEMY OF ‘INTIMIDATION’ OVER OSCARS CEREMONY

SAG-AFTRA calls out 'apparent attempt' to keep presenters from appearing on its show

JAY BARUCHEL TO BE HONOURED BY CANADIAN PERFORMERS WITH 2019 ACTRA NATIONAL AWARD...

Canadian performers will honour Jay Baruchel on Saturday, March 16 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

A TORONTO PRODUCTION HUB IS AN OBVIOUS CHOICE FOR NETFLIX

The streaming service has been incredibly active in the production world throughout Canada, hosting camps, donating money, and granting scholarships or grants to every kind of creator or employee in the show business world.

CANADIAN DIRECTOR STELLA MEGHIE IS QUIETLY DEFYING HOLLYWOOD CONVENTION, ONE FILM AT A TIME

With three feature films in as many years, and two in development, Meghie is one of a tiny few black women filmmakers with a similar resume, working at the studio level

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