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  • Toronto’s The Nightingale Company wraps production on “The Last New Year”
    Wednesday February 27th 2008

    The Nightingale Company has wrapped production on the feature film The Last New Year with writer/director Garfield Lindsay Miller. The film shot in downtown Toronto over the month of February. The Last New Year features an ensemble cast including Kris Holden-Ried (Touch of Pink, The Tudors), Mayko Ngyen (Rent a Goalie,[…]

  • Sony and Sharp to set up large LCD joint venture
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    Sony decided on Monday to invest more than $933 million in a state-of-the-art LCD (liquid crystal display) factory being built by Sharp. The deal, which is due to be announced on this afternoon, is being pursued to ensure a steady supply of LCD panels for television sets.

  • Oscars draw record low TV ratings
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    The 80th anniversary edition of the Academy Awards, dominated by European stars and films that played poorly at the box office, averaged 32 million viewers, entering the record books on Monday as the least watched Oscar telecast ever. The three-hour-plus telecast on Sunday was down about 1 million viewers from the previous record low, set in 2003 when the Oscars were presented just after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq had begun.

  • WGA talks ratification
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    One of the final acts in the WGA strike passed quietly Monday night, as fewer than 20 members showed up for a brief contract ratification meeting at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills. Terms of the new deal will go into effect immediately, and the contract will run to May 1, 2011.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office: 02/22/08 – 02/24/08
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    FilmTotalVANTAGE POINT, SONY$22,874,936THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, PARAMOUNT$13,100,192JUMPER, FOX$12,708,768STEP UP 2, DISNEY$9,605,703FOOL’S GOLD, WARNER BROS.$6,554,284DEFINITELY MAYBE, UNIVERSAL$5,217,775WELCOME HOME ROSCOE JENKINS, UNIVERSAL$4,158,700JUNO, FOX SEARCHLIGHT$4,154,502BE KIND REWIND, NEW LINE$4,050,655THERE WILL BE BLOOD, PARAMOUNT$2,687,229

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Archives for: February 20085
  • Toronto’s The Nightingale Company wraps production on “The Last New Year”
    Wednesday February 27th 2008

    The Nightingale Company has wrapped production on the feature film The Last New Year with writer/director Garfield Lindsay Miller. The film shot in downtown Toronto over the month of February. The Last New Year features an ensemble cast including Kris Holden-Ried (Touch of Pink, The Tudors), Mayko Ngyen (Rent a Goalie,[…]

  • Sony and Sharp to set up large LCD joint venture
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    Sony decided on Monday to invest more than $933 million in a state-of-the-art LCD (liquid crystal display) factory being built by Sharp. The deal, which is due to be announced on this afternoon, is being pursued to ensure a steady supply of LCD panels for television sets.

  • Oscars draw record low TV ratings
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    The 80th anniversary edition of the Academy Awards, dominated by European stars and films that played poorly at the box office, averaged 32 million viewers, entering the record books on Monday as the least watched Oscar telecast ever. The three-hour-plus telecast on Sunday was down about 1 million viewers from the previous record low, set in 2003 when the Oscars were presented just after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq had begun.

  • WGA talks ratification
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    One of the final acts in the WGA strike passed quietly Monday night, as fewer than 20 members showed up for a brief contract ratification meeting at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills. Terms of the new deal will go into effect immediately, and the contract will run to May 1, 2011.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office: 02/22/08 – 02/24/08
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    FilmTotalVANTAGE POINT, SONY$22,874,936THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, PARAMOUNT$13,100,192JUMPER, FOX$12,708,768STEP UP 2, DISNEY$9,605,703FOOL’S GOLD, WARNER BROS.$6,554,284DEFINITELY MAYBE, UNIVERSAL$5,217,775WELCOME HOME ROSCOE JENKINS, UNIVERSAL$4,158,700JUNO, FOX SEARCHLIGHT$4,154,502BE KIND REWIND, NEW LINE$4,050,655THERE WILL BE BLOOD, PARAMOUNT$2,687,229

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Archives for: February 20085
  • Toronto’s The Nightingale Company wraps production on “The Last New Year”
    Wednesday February 27th 2008

    The Nightingale Company has wrapped production on the feature film The Last New Year with writer/director Garfield Lindsay Miller. The film shot in downtown Toronto over the month of February. The Last New Year features an ensemble cast including Kris Holden-Ried (Touch of Pink, The Tudors), Mayko Ngyen (Rent a Goalie,[…]

  • Sony and Sharp to set up large LCD joint venture
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    Sony decided on Monday to invest more than $933 million in a state-of-the-art LCD (liquid crystal display) factory being built by Sharp. The deal, which is due to be announced on this afternoon, is being pursued to ensure a steady supply of LCD panels for television sets.

  • Oscars draw record low TV ratings
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    The 80th anniversary edition of the Academy Awards, dominated by European stars and films that played poorly at the box office, averaged 32 million viewers, entering the record books on Monday as the least watched Oscar telecast ever. The three-hour-plus telecast on Sunday was down about 1 million viewers from the previous record low, set in 2003 when the Oscars were presented just after the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq had begun.

  • WGA talks ratification
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    One of the final acts in the WGA strike passed quietly Monday night, as fewer than 20 members showed up for a brief contract ratification meeting at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills. Terms of the new deal will go into effect immediately, and the contract will run to May 1, 2011.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office: 02/22/08 – 02/24/08
    Tuesday February 26th 2008

    FilmTotalVANTAGE POINT, SONY$22,874,936THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, PARAMOUNT$13,100,192JUMPER, FOX$12,708,768STEP UP 2, DISNEY$9,605,703FOOL’S GOLD, WARNER BROS.$6,554,284DEFINITELY MAYBE, UNIVERSAL$5,217,775WELCOME HOME ROSCOE JENKINS, UNIVERSAL$4,158,700JUNO, FOX SEARCHLIGHT$4,154,502BE KIND REWIND, NEW LINE$4,050,655THERE WILL BE BLOOD, PARAMOUNT$2,687,229

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