A new Telefilm fund for COVID-19 insurance exclusions will help get Canadian producers back to production. The Short-Term Compensation Fund for Canadian Audiovisual Productions (STCF) opened on September 30, 2020, and makes as much as $50-million available to help back-stop existing production insurance. The STCF is to be administered by Telefilm Canada and the Canadian Media Fund. Funding will compensate Canadian independent production companies for the interruption or shutdown of
If you missed it, check out #61DaysofHorror — Part 1 before reading this post. Continuing my pandemic-inspired #61DaysofHorror watching… During the months of September and October, I sit down with my morning coffee and my dogs to watch a horror film. Some were new, and some old classics. Some were great, others not so much. After watching a film, I posted a few words about it to Twitter. Here are
This year, I have decided to expand my usual #31DaysofHorror watching to a pandemic-inspired #61DaysofHorror. At 5:00AM every morning, I sit down with my coffee and my dogs to watch a horror film. Some were new, and some old classics. Some were great, others not so much. After watching a film, I posted a few words about it to Twitter. Here are the first 30 days… Day 1 — “Color
Vividly vicious film hits with unrelenting force.
I caught the Fantasia Film Festival‘s world premiere of For the Sake of Vicious (IMDb) last night. Because of the pandemic, the festival has moved online and I was able to watch the carnage unfold in the safety of my own home. This motion picture is an intense, brutally violent thriller from directors Gabriel Carrer (The Demolisher, Death on Scenic Drive) and Reese Eveneshen (Dead Genesis, Defective). For all of