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  • Sesler & Company DPs win big at this year’s Bessie Awards
    Saturday May 30th 2009

    The 2009 Bessie Awards took place last Thursday night at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto. BEST OF SHOW - SINGLE Brendan Steacy – War Child Canada, Viral, Soft Citizen GOLD - SINGLE John Houtman – The Looking Glass Foundation, Scales, Partners Film Co. Brendan Steacy – War Child Canada,[…]

  • Producer recruiting military for film projects
    Friday May 29th 2009

    A Hollywood filmmaker is looking for a few good men — and women — with military backgrounds who want to break into the entertainment industry. Larry Meistrich, best known for producing the Oscar-winning film “Sling Blade,” is soliciting movie and TV pitches from active members of the military, veterans and[…]

  • Imax responds to screen size critics
    Friday May 29th 2009

    Imax’s slogan used to be “Think big,” but now some of its customers complain they’re being told to read the fine print. The largescreen cinema exhib, which is usually busy reporting increasingly higher percentages of theatrical gross coming from Imax screens, finds itself doing damage control following a rare moviegoers’ revolt.

  • Broadcasters, cable execs make final pitch to MPs
    Thursday May 28th 2009

    Senior executives at the country’s biggest conventional TV networks and cable and satellite carriers made their final pitch Wednesday at a closed-door meeting of a parliamentary committee that is soon expected to make recommendations on the future of local television in Canada. Executives from conventional broadcasters such as CTV and Global TV, as well as from cable and satellite TV providers such as Rogers, Bell and Shaw, were invited by the Commons Canadian heritage committee to participate in a roundtable discussion.

  • New York to renew popular film tax credit
    Thursday May 28th 2009

    New York City is introducing legislation in Albany to extend but modify its wildly popular production tax credit program, including new credit caps. The program, started in 2005, is close to running out of funds and also needs retooling to make it viable longer-term, according to city sources. The Bloomberg administration is proposing in new legislation a 4% NYC credit, down from 5%. The legislation, to be introduced in Albany this week, would extend the city’s program through 2011 with a $24 million budget per year and introduce a $250,000 cap for each film or episode of a TV series.

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  • Sesler & Company DPs win big at this year’s Bessie Awards
    Saturday May 30th 2009

    The 2009 Bessie Awards took place last Thursday night at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto. BEST OF SHOW - SINGLE Brendan Steacy – War Child Canada, Viral, Soft Citizen GOLD - SINGLE John Houtman – The Looking Glass Foundation, Scales, Partners Film Co. Brendan Steacy – War Child Canada,[…]

  • Producer recruiting military for film projects
    Friday May 29th 2009

    A Hollywood filmmaker is looking for a few good men — and women — with military backgrounds who want to break into the entertainment industry. Larry Meistrich, best known for producing the Oscar-winning film “Sling Blade,” is soliciting movie and TV pitches from active members of the military, veterans and[…]

  • Imax responds to screen size critics
    Friday May 29th 2009

    Imax’s slogan used to be “Think big,” but now some of its customers complain they’re being told to read the fine print. The largescreen cinema exhib, which is usually busy reporting increasingly higher percentages of theatrical gross coming from Imax screens, finds itself doing damage control following a rare moviegoers’ revolt.

  • Broadcasters, cable execs make final pitch to MPs
    Thursday May 28th 2009

    Senior executives at the country’s biggest conventional TV networks and cable and satellite carriers made their final pitch Wednesday at a closed-door meeting of a parliamentary committee that is soon expected to make recommendations on the future of local television in Canada. Executives from conventional broadcasters such as CTV and Global TV, as well as from cable and satellite TV providers such as Rogers, Bell and Shaw, were invited by the Commons Canadian heritage committee to participate in a roundtable discussion.

  • New York to renew popular film tax credit
    Thursday May 28th 2009

    New York City is introducing legislation in Albany to extend but modify its wildly popular production tax credit program, including new credit caps. The program, started in 2005, is close to running out of funds and also needs retooling to make it viable longer-term, according to city sources. The Bloomberg administration is proposing in new legislation a 4% NYC credit, down from 5%. The legislation, to be introduced in Albany this week, would extend the city’s program through 2011 with a $24 million budget per year and introduce a $250,000 cap for each film or episode of a TV series.

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Archives for: May 20095
  • Sesler & Company DPs win big at this year’s Bessie Awards
    Saturday May 30th 2009

    The 2009 Bessie Awards took place last Thursday night at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto. BEST OF SHOW - SINGLE Brendan Steacy – War Child Canada, Viral, Soft Citizen GOLD - SINGLE John Houtman – The Looking Glass Foundation, Scales, Partners Film Co. Brendan Steacy – War Child Canada,[…]

  • Producer recruiting military for film projects
    Friday May 29th 2009

    A Hollywood filmmaker is looking for a few good men — and women — with military backgrounds who want to break into the entertainment industry. Larry Meistrich, best known for producing the Oscar-winning film “Sling Blade,” is soliciting movie and TV pitches from active members of the military, veterans and[…]

  • Imax responds to screen size critics
    Friday May 29th 2009

    Imax’s slogan used to be “Think big,” but now some of its customers complain they’re being told to read the fine print. The largescreen cinema exhib, which is usually busy reporting increasingly higher percentages of theatrical gross coming from Imax screens, finds itself doing damage control following a rare moviegoers’ revolt.

  • Broadcasters, cable execs make final pitch to MPs
    Thursday May 28th 2009

    Senior executives at the country’s biggest conventional TV networks and cable and satellite carriers made their final pitch Wednesday at a closed-door meeting of a parliamentary committee that is soon expected to make recommendations on the future of local television in Canada. Executives from conventional broadcasters such as CTV and Global TV, as well as from cable and satellite TV providers such as Rogers, Bell and Shaw, were invited by the Commons Canadian heritage committee to participate in a roundtable discussion.

  • New York to renew popular film tax credit
    Thursday May 28th 2009

    New York City is introducing legislation in Albany to extend but modify its wildly popular production tax credit program, including new credit caps. The program, started in 2005, is close to running out of funds and also needs retooling to make it viable longer-term, according to city sources. The Bloomberg administration is proposing in new legislation a 4% NYC credit, down from 5%. The legislation, to be introduced in Albany this week, would extend the city’s program through 2011 with a $24 million budget per year and introduce a $250,000 cap for each film or episode of a TV series.

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