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  • Boat Rocker buys Insight (Published in News) 18-05-2018
    Canada's Boat Rocker Media has acquired a majority stake in local indie Insight Productions for an undisclosed sum.
  • eOne hires three for unscripted (Published in News) 11-05-2018
    Transatlantic producer and distributor Entertainment One has hired three veteran execs to join its Canadian unscripted TV development and production team.
  • Pitch dark (Published in Features) 04-05-2018
    Filmmakers at Hot Docs Forum in Toronto were forced to balance their desire to shed light on world issues with a growing need to work in the shadows.
  • Hot Docs starts equity initiative (Published in News) 01-05-2018
    HOT DOCS: Canadian festival Hot Docs has launched a three-year, C$2m (US$1.55m) financing initiative to partner equity investors with feature-length documentary creators.
  • Poitras, Nevins debate Netflix effect (Published in News) 01-05-2018
    TRIBECA: Former HBO Documentary Films president Sheila Nevins and Oscar-winning director Laura Poitras debated Netflix’s influence on the doc industry at Tribeca Film Festival.
  • Netflix, Hot Docs start funding initiative (Published in News) 30-04-2018
    Netflix is teaming up with Toronto-based film festival Hot Docs for a five-year initiative that will finance under-represented Canadian filmmakers.
  • Little Women creators mull sequel (Published in News) 30-04-2018
    TRIBECA: The showrunner and the US commissioner of BBC-PBS copro Little Women discussed the possibility of a sequel to the period drama miniseries at Tribeca in New York.
  • Canada format freeze (Published in News) 27-04-2018
    C21’s Canada correspondent Adam Benzine explores the factors limiting the export of the country’s TV formats to the international market.
  • Fear and funding (Published in Features) 27-04-2018
    With broadcaster cash becoming harder to secure and budgets fluctuating wildly, Canada’s non-fiction producers are increasingly looking to factual funds to get their projects made.
  • CBC names Tait as president (Published in News) 03-04-2018
    Canadian pubcaster the CBC/Radio-Canada has hired Catherine Tait to be its president and CEO, replacing Hubert Lacroix.
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