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  • DHX Media to merge with Entertainment One
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Canada-based children’s television program producer DHX Media Ltd DHXM.L has agreed to a reverse takeover of Entertainment One Ltd ETO.L, the companies said on Monday. The deal, expected to be completed by the end of December, values DHX at C$1.59 a share, or about 68 million Canadian dollars ($65.76 million). Entertainment One buys and distributes film, TV and music content in Canada, the UK, the U.S. and elsewhere.

  • Tentpole directors see Imax in future
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Directors have a new perk to demand of studios when it comes to tentpole pics: sequences shot using Imax cameras. The six Imax sequences that Christopher Nolan directed and integrated into “The Dark Knight” have encouraged other filmmakers to get studios to pony up the production dollars for similar shots. Michael Bay will film at least three action setpieces using Imax cameras for “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” which is lensing.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/26/08 to 09/28/08
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    FilmTotalEagle Eye, DREAMWORKS$29,150,721Nights In Rodanthe, WARNER BROS.$13,418,454Lakeview Terrace, SONY$6,966,711Fireproof, IDP$6,804,764Burn After Reading, FOCUS$6,196,269Igor, MGM$5,383,912My Best Friend’s Girl, LIONSGATE$3,882,912Righteous Kill, OVERTURE$3,709,480Miracle At St. Anna, DISNEY$3,477,996Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys, LIONSGATE$3,125,620

  • SAG refocuses on three key issues
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Screen Actors Guild leaders are seeking to zero in on three make-or-break issues as a means of jumpstarting their stalled contract talks with the majors, but the studios say there will be no new talks unless SAG is prepared to change its positions on those issues. Guild prexy Alan Rosenberg[…]

  • Deluxe acquires Atlab
    Monday September 29th 2008

    Deluxe Entertainment Services Group is expanding its reach in Australia and New Zealand. The company acquired Australian film processing laboratory business Atlab. The Sydney base of Atlab including digital intermediate services, set up in the style of Deluxe’s EFILM DI business; and a newly-built sound mixing facility, with a 400-channel mixing stage. “This next step will strengthen our ability to service the film and postproduction needs of our clients in the southern hemisphere,” said Deluxe president/CEO Cyril Drabinsky.

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Archives for: September 20085
  • DHX Media to merge with Entertainment One
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Canada-based children’s television program producer DHX Media Ltd DHXM.L has agreed to a reverse takeover of Entertainment One Ltd ETO.L, the companies said on Monday. The deal, expected to be completed by the end of December, values DHX at C$1.59 a share, or about 68 million Canadian dollars ($65.76 million). Entertainment One buys and distributes film, TV and music content in Canada, the UK, the U.S. and elsewhere.

  • Tentpole directors see Imax in future
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Directors have a new perk to demand of studios when it comes to tentpole pics: sequences shot using Imax cameras. The six Imax sequences that Christopher Nolan directed and integrated into “The Dark Knight” have encouraged other filmmakers to get studios to pony up the production dollars for similar shots. Michael Bay will film at least three action setpieces using Imax cameras for “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” which is lensing.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/26/08 to 09/28/08
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    FilmTotalEagle Eye, DREAMWORKS$29,150,721Nights In Rodanthe, WARNER BROS.$13,418,454Lakeview Terrace, SONY$6,966,711Fireproof, IDP$6,804,764Burn After Reading, FOCUS$6,196,269Igor, MGM$5,383,912My Best Friend’s Girl, LIONSGATE$3,882,912Righteous Kill, OVERTURE$3,709,480Miracle At St. Anna, DISNEY$3,477,996Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys, LIONSGATE$3,125,620

  • SAG refocuses on three key issues
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Screen Actors Guild leaders are seeking to zero in on three make-or-break issues as a means of jumpstarting their stalled contract talks with the majors, but the studios say there will be no new talks unless SAG is prepared to change its positions on those issues. Guild prexy Alan Rosenberg[…]

  • Deluxe acquires Atlab
    Monday September 29th 2008

    Deluxe Entertainment Services Group is expanding its reach in Australia and New Zealand. The company acquired Australian film processing laboratory business Atlab. The Sydney base of Atlab including digital intermediate services, set up in the style of Deluxe’s EFILM DI business; and a newly-built sound mixing facility, with a 400-channel mixing stage. “This next step will strengthen our ability to service the film and postproduction needs of our clients in the southern hemisphere,” said Deluxe president/CEO Cyril Drabinsky.

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Archives for: September 20085
  • DHX Media to merge with Entertainment One
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Canada-based children’s television program producer DHX Media Ltd DHXM.L has agreed to a reverse takeover of Entertainment One Ltd ETO.L, the companies said on Monday. The deal, expected to be completed by the end of December, values DHX at C$1.59 a share, or about 68 million Canadian dollars ($65.76 million). Entertainment One buys and distributes film, TV and music content in Canada, the UK, the U.S. and elsewhere.

  • Tentpole directors see Imax in future
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Directors have a new perk to demand of studios when it comes to tentpole pics: sequences shot using Imax cameras. The six Imax sequences that Christopher Nolan directed and integrated into “The Dark Knight” have encouraged other filmmakers to get studios to pony up the production dollars for similar shots. Michael Bay will film at least three action setpieces using Imax cameras for “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” which is lensing.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/26/08 to 09/28/08
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    FilmTotalEagle Eye, DREAMWORKS$29,150,721Nights In Rodanthe, WARNER BROS.$13,418,454Lakeview Terrace, SONY$6,966,711Fireproof, IDP$6,804,764Burn After Reading, FOCUS$6,196,269Igor, MGM$5,383,912My Best Friend’s Girl, LIONSGATE$3,882,912Righteous Kill, OVERTURE$3,709,480Miracle At St. Anna, DISNEY$3,477,996Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys, LIONSGATE$3,125,620

  • SAG refocuses on three key issues
    Tuesday September 30th 2008

    Screen Actors Guild leaders are seeking to zero in on three make-or-break issues as a means of jumpstarting their stalled contract talks with the majors, but the studios say there will be no new talks unless SAG is prepared to change its positions on those issues. Guild prexy Alan Rosenberg[…]

  • Deluxe acquires Atlab
    Monday September 29th 2008

    Deluxe Entertainment Services Group is expanding its reach in Australia and New Zealand. The company acquired Australian film processing laboratory business Atlab. The Sydney base of Atlab including digital intermediate services, set up in the style of Deluxe’s EFILM DI business; and a newly-built sound mixing facility, with a 400-channel mixing stage. “This next step will strengthen our ability to service the film and postproduction needs of our clients in the southern hemisphere,” said Deluxe president/CEO Cyril Drabinsky.

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