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However, the recession has affected Telefilm Canada's investment recoupment.
This particular Top 10 list, initiated by the Canadian Film Centre on the 10th anniversary of its Feature Film Project and, coincidentally, the 35th birthday of Telefilm Canada, focuses its attention on the best debut fiction features produced in this country since money first began to trickle out or CFDC.
Quinn, Medicine Woman," has written a franchise telefilm centering on a female detective living and working in Berlin.
Superchannel, Telefilm Canada and Astral Media's The Harold Greenberg Fund also supported the development of "BAILEY".
After setting up partnerships with provincial agencies and certain federal government departments, it became feasible for Telefilm to secure space that opened up in the International Village and build a more sophisticated operation.
What: Telefilm speculatively reuniting Lennon and McCartney.
We must thank Canada's CTV, Telefilm Canada, the Cable Production Fund, and key foreign broadcasters for believing in the show.
Corus Entertainment's Family Feature Film Fund and Astral Media The Harold Greenberg Fund's recent investment commitments complete the financing of this family feature along with previously announced agreements with Telefilm, MOVISION, Odeon (a division of Alliance Atlantis), Arclight Films and UK co-producer, Spice Factory.
Or maybe Canada's high-profile at the festival, the support system offered by Telefilm and a confidence in their own know-how gave them lift and momentum.
Far smarter than the average woman-in-peril telefilm no doubt because it's based on an Anna Quindlen novel, ``Black and Blue'' offers a solemn yet surprisingly redemptive take on the issue of battered wives.
Gyllenhaal also directed "Waterland," and he received an Emmy nomination for directing the telefilm "A Killing in a Small Town.
Among significant accomplishments for the year, the Company listed the settlement of class action and other lawsuits in Canada and the United States, the reinstatement of CINAR for funding eligibility with Telefilm Canada and the appointment of a new president.
What: Dramatic telefilm about a woman's struggle with Alzheimer's disease.