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  • Simon Gadke


    Simon Gadke is a screenwriter from Toronto. His first screenplay A Romantic Comedy is in development with producer Natalie Urquhart. He’s also written several novels (unpublished) and read the major works of Henry James. Currently, he’s watching Michael Haneke’s entire filmography hoping it...

  • ​Fall 2019 Alumni Successes

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    A look at the latest alumni successes.

  • Don't Dumb It Down! with Michael Vogel


    ...cky Adare Gets Lost in the Multiverse"Matt Houghton "Very Real Adventures in Actual Space"Kaven Mohebbi "Holidale High"Luke Toye "Dream Catchers"Natalie Urquhart "Who Can Stay Quiet the Longest" Michael Vogel Michael Vogel is a writer/producer and super geek who has been fortunate enough to work on some of th...

  • New Year, New Alumni Updates

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    The new year has been off to a strong start for our residents and alumni: alumni film The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open has been on an awards...

  • Taking Canadian Talent to New Levels: Introducing the 2019 Cineplex Film Program Residents

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    Discover the 17 new residents who will be joining us for the five-and-a-half-month Cineplex Film Program at the CFC on Monday, July 15.

  • CFC Alumni Take the Spotlight at TIFF 2019

    Press Release CFC alumnae: Lauren Grant, for What Night Taught Her, a documentary about Canada’s first sex workers’ rights organization and the people who run it. Natalie Urquhart, for Paying For It, an unconventional romantic comedy about an introverted cartoonist who begins sleeping with prostitutes. The TIFF Filmmaker Lab is a t...

  • That’s a wrap! Late 2019 Alumni Successes & Updates

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    Here’s our final alumni roundup of 2019. Read on for the latest successes and updates from our alumni and check back in the New Year for more updates!

  • CFC Alumni Films at 2019 Canadian Fall Festivals

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    After a strong showing at TIFF, CFC alumni films continue to make their rounds at various festivals across Canada.