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  • Hollywood braces for new D.C. chief
    Wednesday October 29th 2008

    Showbiz is bracing for the arrival of a new sheriff in Washington. Because no matter what happens next week on Election Day, one thing is certain: Current FCC chief Kevin Martin is out the door. Even if Republican John McCain wins, Martin is history, Beltway insiders say. “There’s no love[…]

  • M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Devil’ gets its due
    Wednesday October 29th 2008

    M. Night Shyamalan is making a deal with the “Devil.” The helmer’s three-film financing/production partnership with Media Rights Capital, the Night Chronicles, is launching with the supernatural thriller “Devil.” John and Andrew Dowdle will direct and executive produce a script by Brian Nelson (“30 Days of Night”) based on an original Shyamalan story. The project will be the first feature Shyamalan has written or produced without directing.

  • Linklater, Haynes join SXSW confab
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    Helmers Richard Linklater and Todd Haynes will participate in the 2009 South by Southwest confab. Haynes and Linklater will discuss indie filmmaking together via their recent work, “I’m Not There” and “Me and Orson Welles,” respectively. Other speakers include IMDb.com founder Col Needham, who will outline how his simple spreadsheet became the industry go-to destination for film info. German producer Jan Harlan will discuss working with his brother-in-law, Stanley Kubrick, on such films as “Barry Lyndon,” “The Shining” and “Eyes Wide Shut.”

  • Canada’s ‘Dance’ has a leg up
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    In a first for Canadian primetime, the homegrown series “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” has emerged as the No. 1 new fall TV show. CTV’s Canadian version of the Fox series has beaten out all U.S. comers since its Sept. 11 bow.

  • OMDC/nextMEDIA networking group in Toronto
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    OMDC is offering Ontario screen-based content producers the opportunity to participate in a targeted networking group at nextMEDIA – Monetizing Digital Media (MDM) to maximize learning opportunities and receive business development support and advice. nextMEDIA – MDM is a unique two-day conference focused on the dollars and sense of digital[…]

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Archives for: October 20085
  • Hollywood braces for new D.C. chief
    Wednesday October 29th 2008

    Showbiz is bracing for the arrival of a new sheriff in Washington. Because no matter what happens next week on Election Day, one thing is certain: Current FCC chief Kevin Martin is out the door. Even if Republican John McCain wins, Martin is history, Beltway insiders say. “There’s no love[…]

  • M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Devil’ gets its due
    Wednesday October 29th 2008

    M. Night Shyamalan is making a deal with the “Devil.” The helmer’s three-film financing/production partnership with Media Rights Capital, the Night Chronicles, is launching with the supernatural thriller “Devil.” John and Andrew Dowdle will direct and executive produce a script by Brian Nelson (“30 Days of Night”) based on an original Shyamalan story. The project will be the first feature Shyamalan has written or produced without directing.

  • Linklater, Haynes join SXSW confab
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    Helmers Richard Linklater and Todd Haynes will participate in the 2009 South by Southwest confab. Haynes and Linklater will discuss indie filmmaking together via their recent work, “I’m Not There” and “Me and Orson Welles,” respectively. Other speakers include IMDb.com founder Col Needham, who will outline how his simple spreadsheet became the industry go-to destination for film info. German producer Jan Harlan will discuss working with his brother-in-law, Stanley Kubrick, on such films as “Barry Lyndon,” “The Shining” and “Eyes Wide Shut.”

  • Canada’s ‘Dance’ has a leg up
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    In a first for Canadian primetime, the homegrown series “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” has emerged as the No. 1 new fall TV show. CTV’s Canadian version of the Fox series has beaten out all U.S. comers since its Sept. 11 bow.

  • OMDC/nextMEDIA networking group in Toronto
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    OMDC is offering Ontario screen-based content producers the opportunity to participate in a targeted networking group at nextMEDIA – Monetizing Digital Media (MDM) to maximize learning opportunities and receive business development support and advice. nextMEDIA – MDM is a unique two-day conference focused on the dollars and sense of digital[…]

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Archives for: October 20085
  • Hollywood braces for new D.C. chief
    Wednesday October 29th 2008

    Showbiz is bracing for the arrival of a new sheriff in Washington. Because no matter what happens next week on Election Day, one thing is certain: Current FCC chief Kevin Martin is out the door. Even if Republican John McCain wins, Martin is history, Beltway insiders say. “There’s no love[…]

  • M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Devil’ gets its due
    Wednesday October 29th 2008

    M. Night Shyamalan is making a deal with the “Devil.” The helmer’s three-film financing/production partnership with Media Rights Capital, the Night Chronicles, is launching with the supernatural thriller “Devil.” John and Andrew Dowdle will direct and executive produce a script by Brian Nelson (“30 Days of Night”) based on an original Shyamalan story. The project will be the first feature Shyamalan has written or produced without directing.

  • Linklater, Haynes join SXSW confab
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    Helmers Richard Linklater and Todd Haynes will participate in the 2009 South by Southwest confab. Haynes and Linklater will discuss indie filmmaking together via their recent work, “I’m Not There” and “Me and Orson Welles,” respectively. Other speakers include IMDb.com founder Col Needham, who will outline how his simple spreadsheet became the industry go-to destination for film info. German producer Jan Harlan will discuss working with his brother-in-law, Stanley Kubrick, on such films as “Barry Lyndon,” “The Shining” and “Eyes Wide Shut.”

  • Canada’s ‘Dance’ has a leg up
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    In a first for Canadian primetime, the homegrown series “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” has emerged as the No. 1 new fall TV show. CTV’s Canadian version of the Fox series has beaten out all U.S. comers since its Sept. 11 bow.

  • OMDC/nextMEDIA networking group in Toronto
    Tuesday October 28th 2008

    OMDC is offering Ontario screen-based content producers the opportunity to participate in a targeted networking group at nextMEDIA – Monetizing Digital Media (MDM) to maximize learning opportunities and receive business development support and advice. nextMEDIA – MDM is a unique two-day conference focused on the dollars and sense of digital[…]

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