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  • Strikers may lose benefits
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    Before the WGA went on strike, its leaders repeatedly assured members they would retain eligibility within the guild-industry health plan for the duration of the work stoppage. Now some WGA members will lose their eligibility April 1 because they did not meet the plan’s 12-month earnings threshold of $30,823 as of Dec. 31.

  • Universal will plant production flag in Berlin
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    Universal Pictures is setting up a German production base, creating a division located in Berlin that will focus on local-language features. Universal is now the second major to storm Berlin. Earlier this month, Sony Pictures announced plans for its own Berlin-based unit, which will act as its European production headquarters.

  • Sign-ups open for DOC Toronto’s HD workshop
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    The Documentary Organization of Canada is holding an extensive HD Workshop in Toronto on the first weekend of February. With a lineup of presenters including Emmy winner and Oscar shortlisted editor Michèle Hozer (Shake Hands With the Devil), ‘HD From START TO FINISH’ will be a crash course in the equipment, and technology as well as some of the issues and pitfalls relating to HD production, acquisition and post production.

  • NAB nabs Sonnenfeld
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    Barry Sonnenfeld is skedded to present the keynote address at the National Assn. of Broadcasters’ confab later this year in Las Vegas. Portions of Sonnenfeld’s speech will cover the evolution of film content and consumption and the impact of ever-changing technology on the entertainment industry. Sonnenfeld recently produced ABC’s "Pushing[…]

  • English-Canadian cinema leads Genie Awards
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    For the past few years, Quebecois films have handily dominated the Genies, the Canadian films awards, to the delight of the local film community here and to the consternation of frustrated English-Canadian filmmakers. But English-Canadian cinema is back in a big way at the Genies, with the top four contenders all from the rest of Canada.

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Archives for: January 20085
  • Strikers may lose benefits
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    Before the WGA went on strike, its leaders repeatedly assured members they would retain eligibility within the guild-industry health plan for the duration of the work stoppage. Now some WGA members will lose their eligibility April 1 because they did not meet the plan’s 12-month earnings threshold of $30,823 as of Dec. 31.

  • Universal will plant production flag in Berlin
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    Universal Pictures is setting up a German production base, creating a division located in Berlin that will focus on local-language features. Universal is now the second major to storm Berlin. Earlier this month, Sony Pictures announced plans for its own Berlin-based unit, which will act as its European production headquarters.

  • Sign-ups open for DOC Toronto’s HD workshop
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    The Documentary Organization of Canada is holding an extensive HD Workshop in Toronto on the first weekend of February. With a lineup of presenters including Emmy winner and Oscar shortlisted editor Michèle Hozer (Shake Hands With the Devil), ‘HD From START TO FINISH’ will be a crash course in the equipment, and technology as well as some of the issues and pitfalls relating to HD production, acquisition and post production.

  • NAB nabs Sonnenfeld
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    Barry Sonnenfeld is skedded to present the keynote address at the National Assn. of Broadcasters’ confab later this year in Las Vegas. Portions of Sonnenfeld’s speech will cover the evolution of film content and consumption and the impact of ever-changing technology on the entertainment industry. Sonnenfeld recently produced ABC’s "Pushing[…]

  • English-Canadian cinema leads Genie Awards
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    For the past few years, Quebecois films have handily dominated the Genies, the Canadian films awards, to the delight of the local film community here and to the consternation of frustrated English-Canadian filmmakers. But English-Canadian cinema is back in a big way at the Genies, with the top four contenders all from the rest of Canada.

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Archives for: January 20085
  • Strikers may lose benefits
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    Before the WGA went on strike, its leaders repeatedly assured members they would retain eligibility within the guild-industry health plan for the duration of the work stoppage. Now some WGA members will lose their eligibility April 1 because they did not meet the plan’s 12-month earnings threshold of $30,823 as of Dec. 31.

  • Universal will plant production flag in Berlin
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    Universal Pictures is setting up a German production base, creating a division located in Berlin that will focus on local-language features. Universal is now the second major to storm Berlin. Earlier this month, Sony Pictures announced plans for its own Berlin-based unit, which will act as its European production headquarters.

  • Sign-ups open for DOC Toronto’s HD workshop
    Thursday January 31st 2008

    The Documentary Organization of Canada is holding an extensive HD Workshop in Toronto on the first weekend of February. With a lineup of presenters including Emmy winner and Oscar shortlisted editor Michèle Hozer (Shake Hands With the Devil), ‘HD From START TO FINISH’ will be a crash course in the equipment, and technology as well as some of the issues and pitfalls relating to HD production, acquisition and post production.

  • NAB nabs Sonnenfeld
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    Barry Sonnenfeld is skedded to present the keynote address at the National Assn. of Broadcasters’ confab later this year in Las Vegas. Portions of Sonnenfeld’s speech will cover the evolution of film content and consumption and the impact of ever-changing technology on the entertainment industry. Sonnenfeld recently produced ABC’s "Pushing[…]

  • English-Canadian cinema leads Genie Awards
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    For the past few years, Quebecois films have handily dominated the Genies, the Canadian films awards, to the delight of the local film community here and to the consternation of frustrated English-Canadian filmmakers. But English-Canadian cinema is back in a big way at the Genies, with the top four contenders all from the rest of Canada.

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