They couldn’t have done it without your support! Click the links below to learn more about some exciting updates from Talent Fund-supported projects.

Murmur continues successful festival circuit tour

The acclaimed film by Halifax’s Heather Young continues its successful festival run with a high-profile international premiere premiere at the Palm Springs Film Festival, followed by a bow at the Slamdance Film Festival. It has also been selected as one of Canada’s Top 10 by TIFF for 2019.

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Production wraps on histeria

The film, written, produced and directed by Reem Morsi, completed its shoot this November in Toronto.

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Fall Back Down premieres at Whistler Film Festival

SB Edwards’ Vancouver project lands world premiere at ‘Canada’s coolest festival’.

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L.A. Tea Time screenings and release date announced*

The documentary from Quebec’s Sophie Bédard Marcotte screened at IDFA and FICFA in November and will open in Quebec cinemas on January 17, 2020.

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Little Orphans receives Canadian distribution deal

The film, directed by Newfoundland’s Ruth Lawrence, will be released by upstart distributor Game Theory Films.

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Entropic nominated for four awards at the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival

The first feature from New Brunswick filmmaker R. W. Gray, received for nominations: Best Feature Film, Best Feature Director, Best Feature Screenplay, and Best Cinematography!

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Firecrackers nominated for the Rogers Best Canadian Film Award by the Toronto Film Critics Association

The winner will be named at the TFCA awards gala, to be held on January 9. The honour carries a record-setting $100,000 cash prize, the richest film award in the country. The runners-up will each receive $5,000.

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Easy Land to make International Premiere at Palm Springs Film Festival

Ontario filmmaker Sanja Živković’s film has been chosen as part of the lineup of the 2020 Palm Springs Film Festival this January.

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I am Syd Stone now in production

Filming is underway on the Halifax webseries, from Denis Theriault and Gharrett Patrick Paon, based on their acclaimed short film.

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