Tricon Films & Television and IFC announced today that Tricon will serve as the exclusive worldwide distributor of the network’s slate of “slightly off” original scripted comedies. Under this deal, the first two IFC series Tricon is bringing to the international marketplace are Comedy Bang! Bang! (10×30) and Bunk(10×30). The deal was brokered by Tricon’s Jon Rutherford, senior vice president distribution & business development …
Lots of movie marathons this month on IFC!
In the screenplay adaptation of Jon Krakauer’s best-selling novel, Sean Penn’s Academy Award® nominated Into the Wild, takes audiences on a journey through self-exploration. Fresh out ofcollege with a bright future ahead of him, 22-year-old Christopher McCandless (Emile Hirsch)gives up his home, family and worldly possessions to embark on an adventure into the wild. On a search for truth and …
This fall you can expect to see pretty much the same things you currently see on IFC. New additions include ICF Original progam Vice Guide to Film as well as cable premiere of movies The Will be Blood and Grindhouse.
With three critically-acclaimed seasons, 30 Days is touted as FX’s most successful unscripted series to date, capturing over 2.4 million viewers each week. Now, IFC is please to announce the return of the series to its fall line up.
In early june, Canwest revealed information about fall programming of its specialty channels. Today, we give more details about the new and returning programming as well as premiere dates (when available).
This fall, IFC will introduce to its lineup the following series: The Festival, Dice Undisrupted, Co ck’d Gunns, Behind The Music That Suck and Indie Sex.
There is no better cure for the summer’s heat than a week of horrifying chills compliments of IFC. Ghosts and ghouls, killers and thrillers, and frights to see – all week long on A Midsummer’s Night Scream Three! This tribute to films that terrify airs July 10 to July 16 beginning at 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT) each night.
Known for its varied artistic style and its visually stark, colourful and stylized images and characters, animé, a style of cartoon animation which originated in Japan, has become increasingly popular with audiences worldwide. This May, IFC is bringing a collection of animé films to Canadian animé fans for an event that’s truly a work of art. Don’t miss the IFC …
Rock out with IFC this April as “documania” hits the airwaves. From musical icons to a pair of revolutionary newbie protesters, IFC has a line up of cool documentaries airing throughout the month of April during its Month of Cool Docs.
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