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  • Up next for the Lakers: Sunday at Toronto

    When: 10 a.m. PST. Where: Air Canada Centre. On the air: TV: TWC SportsNet, TWC Deportes; Radio: 710, 1330. Records: Lakers 15-25; Raptors 20-18. Record vs. Raptors: 0-1. Update: Despite a 10-8 home record, the Raptors are third in the watered-...
  • Justin Bieber proves we're underestimating Canadians

    To America -- that is to say, the United States -- I say: We owe our neighbors to the north an apology. For too long we have regarded Canadians as the nebbishes of North America -- a nicer, maybe wimpier version of ourselves, Pollyannas in parkas -- a...
  • European Film Promotion Sets Global Agenda for Continental Indies

    Networking. Audience outreach. Opening up new markets. They sound like key words in an MBA program catalog, but those are three of the mandates of European Film Promotion. Founded in 1997, EFP is an international web of orgs from 34 European countries...
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in your seat; what do you do now?

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has stolen your seat. What do you do? It's a packed football stadium. He's eating wings. He's famous for his foul mouth, his ability to move quickly despite his large frame, and his admitted use of crack. Would you be a little...
  • Poll: Toronto mayor's popularity unscathed by scandals, lost clout

    The latest poll on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's job performance makes one wonder what the crack-smoking, foul-mouthed, short-fused leader of Canada's biggest city would have to do to turn off voters. Ford's popularity has hardly been dented by his...
  • Showbiz and politics: Always the twain seem to meet

    Old-timers may recall the old days when Canadian politics were not just dull but almost blank. As empty as a modern white-on-white canvas depicting some vast snow belt in the featureless depths of Arctic winter. But that was before Toronto's mayor and...
  • Film Movement Gobbles Up Film Factory's 'Cannibal' For North America (EXCLUSIVE)

    BUENOS AIRES - In what looks like the biggest deal to go down on the first day of trading at the Ventana Sur market, Film Movement sealed all rights to North America on Spaniard Manuel Martin Cuenca's "Cannibal." The deal was sealed by Rebeca Conget,...
  • Whistler: Ingrid Veninger's 'Ballsy' Request? More Films Made by Women

    After five days of screening, industry panels, and tributes to the likes of Richard Dreyfuss, Melissa Leo, and Jason Priestley, the 13th annual Whistler Film Festival culminated in an awards brunch on Sunday morning. At the awards, the New York-based...
  • Nick Mirkopoulos, Developer of Film Studios in Toronto, Chicago, Dies at 71

    Nikolaos "Nick" Mirkopoulos, who led Torontario Contractors, which redeveloped a number of existing structures into film studios including Cinespace, died Dec. 7 from natural causes. He was 71. He had battled a terminal illness in recent months and...
  • Mickie Departs Entertainment One As It Launches New Global Sales Arm

    Charlotte Mickie will depart Entertainment One's Films Intl. division, where she currently serves as executive veep, the Toronto-headquartered company announced. The veteran international film sales exec will leave the company in mid-January. It's not...
  • Tatiana Maslany on 'surreal' Globe nomination, 'Orphan Black' Season 2

    Tatiana Maslany on 'surreal' Globe nomination, 'Orphan Black' Season 2
    To the delight of the entire Internet, on Thursday Tatiana Maslany received a Golden Globe nomination for her role in the BBC America sci-fi series “Orphan Black.” Make that “roles." At last count, Maslany plays at least eight characters...