Issue 59 - Fall 2005
Telefilm Canada’s new head Wayne Clarkson outlines his vision for the national funding body for feature theatrical documentaries and films.
Snowy February in Toronto, Sunnyside of the Doc Rendezvous: a pitching session between French and Canadian producers and broadcasters. I’m here as a double agent—autodidact on assignment. Inspired, I learn lots and am invited to attend the huge Marché atRead More
CANADIAN CINEMA WOULD BE VASTLY DIFFERENT IF IT WASN’T FOR THE PRESENCE OF WAYNE CLARKSON. The new Executive Director of Telefilm Canada (TFC), Clarkson comes with an extensive resume that bears retelling. Wayne Clarkson emerged from the hothouse federalist Liberal environment of Ottawa in the 1970s, when the Trudeau era had propelledRead More
Wanna make a quick buck? Join the thousands who are cashing in on the exciting field of animation training! Get in while it’s hot! Hyperbole aside, animation education is booming in Canada. Schools vary in credibility but in amongst theRead More
BANFF DIARY – SHE SAID By Debra Felstead Born and bred in Ontario, I am startled by the raw beauty of the Albertan Rockies. They will probably always throw me into a state of I-am-a- teeny-tiny-being-in-a-vast-beautiful-universe shock, today being noRead More