3 Canadian Films at Cannes: The Sleeping Giant, Black Fly, Preggoland

After another long day at the festival I have concluded many Canadian screenings. I was lucky enough to witness a couple of different genres of Canadian films and I am happy to say that the identity of Canadian filmmaking stands within all films. The Sleeping Giant takes a noble stand of the Canadian landscapes and … More 3 Canadian Films at Cannes: The Sleeping Giant, Black Fly, Preggoland

Roopa Barua – A Females Perspective on Filmmaking

Before you begin reading this post you should know that this is not a typical Made In Canada segment. I received a request to find a female’s perspective on the Canadian market while being at Cannes, and to be honest I could not find someone to fill that request. This made me think about the film industry being saturated … More Roopa Barua – A Females Perspective on Filmmaking

Gino McKoy’s Different Approach: Little Mizz Innocent

Canadian producer/screenwriter Gino McKoy gained experience by crossing his passion for music with film. This resulted in his first feature film script Little Mizz Innocent (LMI). McKoy positioned himself in Los Angeles to pursue his passion in the music industry, which in turn pushed his career to screen write. LMI has been approved by Telefilm and is joining the French … More Gino McKoy’s Different Approach: Little Mizz Innocent

“The world of Yes!” with Producer/Director Jeffery Lando

As I meet filmmakers, I learn about the different opportunities Canada provides, or doesn’t provide, in order for films to be produced. After talking with director/producer Jeffery Scott Lando, I realized the potential Canada has when they join together with the international market. Currently, Canada has 54 partners in all regions of the world that … More “The world of Yes!” with Producer/Director Jeffery Lando