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  • Breakthrough takes wraps off telefilm unit
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    TORONTO – Canadian producer Breakthrough Films & Television has launched an original telefilm division with former Virgin Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment executive Marina Cordoni as head of sales and business development. Toronto-based Breakthrough said Tuesday that the division’s first project is “Shadow Island Mysteries,” a slate of TV movies[…]

  • James Cameron toplines 3DX panel
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    Twentieth Century Fox filmed entertainment chair Jim Gianopulos, DreamWorks Animation topper Jeffrey Katzenberg and director James Cameron will give a joint keynote at the kickoff event for 3DX, the 3-D film and technology festival slated for November in Singapore. Fox and DreamWorks have major bets on digital 3-D. Katzenberg has announced that all DreamWorks Animation releases going forward will be in 3-D, beginning with “Monsters vs. Aliens” in 2009.

  • Hollywood takes a back seat at Venice film festival
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    Big Hollywood studios will take a back seat at this year’s Venice film festival, with the competition lineup highlighting independent U.S. cinema, Italian productions and Japanese animation movies. Festival director Marco Mueller said the lighter Hollywood presence was partly due to disruptions caused by a 14-week writers’ strike that ended in February, meaning the release of some films had to be postponed.

  • SAG to AFTRA: Let’s talk commercials
    Wednesday July 30th 2008

    Embroiled in stalled negotiations with producers on a new TV and film deal, SAG is seeking an extension of its soon-to-expire commercials contract and to jointly negotiate a new version with AFTRA, the sister union with which it has been fighting for more than a year. SAG national executive director[…]

  • Studios sign digital deployment deals
    Wednesday July 30th 2008

    More studios will be signing digital cinema deployment deals in the next few weeks, with 2,500-3,000 screens ready by the time DreamWorks Animation debuts its first digital 3-D pic “Monsters vs. Aliens” in March, Jeffrey Katzenberg said Tuesday. Prediction, which was significantly more optimistic than the toon studio topper’s comments[…]

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  • Breakthrough takes wraps off telefilm unit
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    TORONTO – Canadian producer Breakthrough Films & Television has launched an original telefilm division with former Virgin Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment executive Marina Cordoni as head of sales and business development. Toronto-based Breakthrough said Tuesday that the division’s first project is “Shadow Island Mysteries,” a slate of TV movies[…]

  • James Cameron toplines 3DX panel
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    Twentieth Century Fox filmed entertainment chair Jim Gianopulos, DreamWorks Animation topper Jeffrey Katzenberg and director James Cameron will give a joint keynote at the kickoff event for 3DX, the 3-D film and technology festival slated for November in Singapore. Fox and DreamWorks have major bets on digital 3-D. Katzenberg has announced that all DreamWorks Animation releases going forward will be in 3-D, beginning with “Monsters vs. Aliens” in 2009.

  • Hollywood takes a back seat at Venice film festival
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    Big Hollywood studios will take a back seat at this year’s Venice film festival, with the competition lineup highlighting independent U.S. cinema, Italian productions and Japanese animation movies. Festival director Marco Mueller said the lighter Hollywood presence was partly due to disruptions caused by a 14-week writers’ strike that ended in February, meaning the release of some films had to be postponed.

  • SAG to AFTRA: Let’s talk commercials
    Wednesday July 30th 2008

    Embroiled in stalled negotiations with producers on a new TV and film deal, SAG is seeking an extension of its soon-to-expire commercials contract and to jointly negotiate a new version with AFTRA, the sister union with which it has been fighting for more than a year. SAG national executive director[…]

  • Studios sign digital deployment deals
    Wednesday July 30th 2008

    More studios will be signing digital cinema deployment deals in the next few weeks, with 2,500-3,000 screens ready by the time DreamWorks Animation debuts its first digital 3-D pic “Monsters vs. Aliens” in March, Jeffrey Katzenberg said Tuesday. Prediction, which was significantly more optimistic than the toon studio topper’s comments[…]

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Archives for: July 20085
  • Breakthrough takes wraps off telefilm unit
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    TORONTO – Canadian producer Breakthrough Films & Television has launched an original telefilm division with former Virgin Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment executive Marina Cordoni as head of sales and business development. Toronto-based Breakthrough said Tuesday that the division’s first project is “Shadow Island Mysteries,” a slate of TV movies[…]

  • James Cameron toplines 3DX panel
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    Twentieth Century Fox filmed entertainment chair Jim Gianopulos, DreamWorks Animation topper Jeffrey Katzenberg and director James Cameron will give a joint keynote at the kickoff event for 3DX, the 3-D film and technology festival slated for November in Singapore. Fox and DreamWorks have major bets on digital 3-D. Katzenberg has announced that all DreamWorks Animation releases going forward will be in 3-D, beginning with “Monsters vs. Aliens” in 2009.

  • Hollywood takes a back seat at Venice film festival
    Thursday July 31st 2008

    Big Hollywood studios will take a back seat at this year’s Venice film festival, with the competition lineup highlighting independent U.S. cinema, Italian productions and Japanese animation movies. Festival director Marco Mueller said the lighter Hollywood presence was partly due to disruptions caused by a 14-week writers’ strike that ended in February, meaning the release of some films had to be postponed.

  • SAG to AFTRA: Let’s talk commercials
    Wednesday July 30th 2008

    Embroiled in stalled negotiations with producers on a new TV and film deal, SAG is seeking an extension of its soon-to-expire commercials contract and to jointly negotiate a new version with AFTRA, the sister union with which it has been fighting for more than a year. SAG national executive director[…]

  • Studios sign digital deployment deals
    Wednesday July 30th 2008

    More studios will be signing digital cinema deployment deals in the next few weeks, with 2,500-3,000 screens ready by the time DreamWorks Animation debuts its first digital 3-D pic “Monsters vs. Aliens” in March, Jeffrey Katzenberg said Tuesday. Prediction, which was significantly more optimistic than the toon studio topper’s comments[…]

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