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  • Maple Pictures’ ‘Choke’ wins Special Jury Prize at Sundance
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    Choke, which screened to sold-out audiences at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, has been awarded a Special Jury Prize for Work by an Ensemble Cast. The film stars Sam Rockwell, Anjelica Huston, Kelly Macdonald and Brad William Henke. It is adapted from the novel by best-selling author, Chuck Palahniuk, of "Fight Club" fame.

  • Strike-beleaguered CBS picking up CTV made-in-Canada drama
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    One of the biggest television networks in the U.S. is set to air at least 13 episodes of a made-in-Canada CTV police drama in the wake of a prolonged Hollywood screenwriters strike that’s prompting every American broadcaster to explore new programming options.

  • B.C. steps up film tax credit
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    British Columbia is hiking tax credits for foreign and domestic producers in a bid to match recent changes in Ontario and Quebec. The basic tax credit for U.S. and other foreign producers will jump to 25%, from 18%, for location shoots from now until 2010.

  • Del Toro doubles up for ‘Hobbit’
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    Guillermo Del Toro’s name is on a short list of directors who could tackle the project, one of the most anticipated literary adaptations of the past decade. An ill-chosen director for "Hobbit" could put billions of dollars at stake for New Line and MGM and could turn off an audience that encompasses millions of passionate readers, Tolkien fans and obsessive geeks.

  • Actors, writers on same page at rally
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    Despite rumors that the work stoppage may be ending soon, about 1,000 members and supporters – many from SAG - showed up outside Fox Studios on Monday for a Unity Day rally and picket to highlight the support between the guilds.

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Archives for: January 20085
  • Maple Pictures’ ‘Choke’ wins Special Jury Prize at Sundance
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    Choke, which screened to sold-out audiences at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, has been awarded a Special Jury Prize for Work by an Ensemble Cast. The film stars Sam Rockwell, Anjelica Huston, Kelly Macdonald and Brad William Henke. It is adapted from the novel by best-selling author, Chuck Palahniuk, of "Fight Club" fame.

  • Strike-beleaguered CBS picking up CTV made-in-Canada drama
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    One of the biggest television networks in the U.S. is set to air at least 13 episodes of a made-in-Canada CTV police drama in the wake of a prolonged Hollywood screenwriters strike that’s prompting every American broadcaster to explore new programming options.

  • B.C. steps up film tax credit
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    British Columbia is hiking tax credits for foreign and domestic producers in a bid to match recent changes in Ontario and Quebec. The basic tax credit for U.S. and other foreign producers will jump to 25%, from 18%, for location shoots from now until 2010.

  • Del Toro doubles up for ‘Hobbit’
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    Guillermo Del Toro’s name is on a short list of directors who could tackle the project, one of the most anticipated literary adaptations of the past decade. An ill-chosen director for "Hobbit" could put billions of dollars at stake for New Line and MGM and could turn off an audience that encompasses millions of passionate readers, Tolkien fans and obsessive geeks.

  • Actors, writers on same page at rally
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    Despite rumors that the work stoppage may be ending soon, about 1,000 members and supporters – many from SAG - showed up outside Fox Studios on Monday for a Unity Day rally and picket to highlight the support between the guilds.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: January 20085
  • Maple Pictures’ ‘Choke’ wins Special Jury Prize at Sundance
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    Choke, which screened to sold-out audiences at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, has been awarded a Special Jury Prize for Work by an Ensemble Cast. The film stars Sam Rockwell, Anjelica Huston, Kelly Macdonald and Brad William Henke. It is adapted from the novel by best-selling author, Chuck Palahniuk, of "Fight Club" fame.

  • Strike-beleaguered CBS picking up CTV made-in-Canada drama
    Wednesday January 30th 2008

    One of the biggest television networks in the U.S. is set to air at least 13 episodes of a made-in-Canada CTV police drama in the wake of a prolonged Hollywood screenwriters strike that’s prompting every American broadcaster to explore new programming options.

  • B.C. steps up film tax credit
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    British Columbia is hiking tax credits for foreign and domestic producers in a bid to match recent changes in Ontario and Quebec. The basic tax credit for U.S. and other foreign producers will jump to 25%, from 18%, for location shoots from now until 2010.

  • Del Toro doubles up for ‘Hobbit’
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    Guillermo Del Toro’s name is on a short list of directors who could tackle the project, one of the most anticipated literary adaptations of the past decade. An ill-chosen director for "Hobbit" could put billions of dollars at stake for New Line and MGM and could turn off an audience that encompasses millions of passionate readers, Tolkien fans and obsessive geeks.

  • Actors, writers on same page at rally
    Tuesday January 29th 2008

    Despite rumors that the work stoppage may be ending soon, about 1,000 members and supporters – many from SAG - showed up outside Fox Studios on Monday for a Unity Day rally and picket to highlight the support between the guilds.

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