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  • Slow start for 2009-10 upfront
    Monday July 27th 2009

    If nothing else, the 2009-10 upfront will be remembered as a marathon game of liar’s poker, a bluffer’s marketplace governed by the twin dictates of fear and paranoia. A preoccupation with controlling the flow of information inadvertently put the freeze on any early bidding, and with two months having elapsed[…]

  • TNT firms cast for Spielberg pilot
    Monday July 27th 2009

    Moon Bloodgood, Jessy Schram, Seychelle Gabriel and Maxim Knight have joined Noah Wyle on TNT’s untitled alien invasion pilot from executive producer Steven Spielberg. The project, written by Robert Rodat from an idea he conceived with Spielberg, is set shortly after aliens have wiped out most of the human population and centers on a ragtag group of soldiers and civilians led by widower Tom Mason (Noah Wyle) who struggle against the occupying alien force.

  • Telefilm Canada comedy lab formed
    Friday July 24th 2009

    TORONTO – The Canadian government is to finance a theatrical comedy incubator out of Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Center (CFC) and the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, it was announced Thursday. The Telefilm Canada features comedy lab will launch in November at the CFC in Toronto and quickly identify[…]

  • 3-D wins day at Comic-Con
    Friday July 24th 2009

    SAN DIEGO – Hollywood has essentially rolled out the red carpet for exhibitors around the world to get them to embrace 3-D. At Comic-Con on Thursday studios took the campaign to the masses. To help sell the format, Comic-Con organizers outfitted Hall H with four silver screens to show the[…]

  • Almodovar, Solondz pics in Toronto
    Friday July 24th 2009

    Pedro Almodovar’s “Broken Embraces” and Todd Solondz’s “Life During Wartime” will receive high-profile North American bows at the Toronto International Film Festival, organizers said Thursday. As Toronto unveiled eight new Special Presentations titles, the festival said it booked Almodovar’s latest Penelope Cruz starrer, which bowed in Cannes, and Solondz’s part-sequel to “Happiness,” which stars Allison Janney and Ciaran Hinds.

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Archives for: July 20095
  • Slow start for 2009-10 upfront
    Monday July 27th 2009

    If nothing else, the 2009-10 upfront will be remembered as a marathon game of liar’s poker, a bluffer’s marketplace governed by the twin dictates of fear and paranoia. A preoccupation with controlling the flow of information inadvertently put the freeze on any early bidding, and with two months having elapsed[…]

  • TNT firms cast for Spielberg pilot
    Monday July 27th 2009

    Moon Bloodgood, Jessy Schram, Seychelle Gabriel and Maxim Knight have joined Noah Wyle on TNT’s untitled alien invasion pilot from executive producer Steven Spielberg. The project, written by Robert Rodat from an idea he conceived with Spielberg, is set shortly after aliens have wiped out most of the human population and centers on a ragtag group of soldiers and civilians led by widower Tom Mason (Noah Wyle) who struggle against the occupying alien force.

  • Telefilm Canada comedy lab formed
    Friday July 24th 2009

    TORONTO – The Canadian government is to finance a theatrical comedy incubator out of Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Center (CFC) and the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, it was announced Thursday. The Telefilm Canada features comedy lab will launch in November at the CFC in Toronto and quickly identify[…]

  • 3-D wins day at Comic-Con
    Friday July 24th 2009

    SAN DIEGO – Hollywood has essentially rolled out the red carpet for exhibitors around the world to get them to embrace 3-D. At Comic-Con on Thursday studios took the campaign to the masses. To help sell the format, Comic-Con organizers outfitted Hall H with four silver screens to show the[…]

  • Almodovar, Solondz pics in Toronto
    Friday July 24th 2009

    Pedro Almodovar’s “Broken Embraces” and Todd Solondz’s “Life During Wartime” will receive high-profile North American bows at the Toronto International Film Festival, organizers said Thursday. As Toronto unveiled eight new Special Presentations titles, the festival said it booked Almodovar’s latest Penelope Cruz starrer, which bowed in Cannes, and Solondz’s part-sequel to “Happiness,” which stars Allison Janney and Ciaran Hinds.

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Archives for: July 20095
  • Slow start for 2009-10 upfront
    Monday July 27th 2009

    If nothing else, the 2009-10 upfront will be remembered as a marathon game of liar’s poker, a bluffer’s marketplace governed by the twin dictates of fear and paranoia. A preoccupation with controlling the flow of information inadvertently put the freeze on any early bidding, and with two months having elapsed[…]

  • TNT firms cast for Spielberg pilot
    Monday July 27th 2009

    Moon Bloodgood, Jessy Schram, Seychelle Gabriel and Maxim Knight have joined Noah Wyle on TNT’s untitled alien invasion pilot from executive producer Steven Spielberg. The project, written by Robert Rodat from an idea he conceived with Spielberg, is set shortly after aliens have wiped out most of the human population and centers on a ragtag group of soldiers and civilians led by widower Tom Mason (Noah Wyle) who struggle against the occupying alien force.

  • Telefilm Canada comedy lab formed
    Friday July 24th 2009

    TORONTO – The Canadian government is to finance a theatrical comedy incubator out of Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Center (CFC) and the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, it was announced Thursday. The Telefilm Canada features comedy lab will launch in November at the CFC in Toronto and quickly identify[…]

  • 3-D wins day at Comic-Con
    Friday July 24th 2009

    SAN DIEGO – Hollywood has essentially rolled out the red carpet for exhibitors around the world to get them to embrace 3-D. At Comic-Con on Thursday studios took the campaign to the masses. To help sell the format, Comic-Con organizers outfitted Hall H with four silver screens to show the[…]

  • Almodovar, Solondz pics in Toronto
    Friday July 24th 2009

    Pedro Almodovar’s “Broken Embraces” and Todd Solondz’s “Life During Wartime” will receive high-profile North American bows at the Toronto International Film Festival, organizers said Thursday. As Toronto unveiled eight new Special Presentations titles, the festival said it booked Almodovar’s latest Penelope Cruz starrer, which bowed in Cannes, and Solondz’s part-sequel to “Happiness,” which stars Allison Janney and Ciaran Hinds.

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