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  • James Cameron plugging 3D TV sets
    Monday August 24th 2009

    TOKYO – “Titanic” director James Cameron has signed on with Panasonic to promote new 3D TVs. The deal disclosed Friday comes as Cameron and Twentieth Century Fox are aiming to break new ground with the release of “Avatar,” a movie shot entirely in 3D. At the same time, Panasonic is[…]

  • E1 takes Canadian rights to ‘Chloe’
    Monday August 24th 2009

    TORONTO – Canadian distributor E1 Entertainment Canada has picked up the Canadian rights to Atom Egoyan’s “Chloe” ahead of its festival screenings in Toronto and San Sebastian ( HR, August 21). Toronto-based E1 plans a December 2009 release for the Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried-starring thriller about a[…]

  • Lars von Trier beaming into Toronto
    Monday August 24th 2009

    Danish director Lars von Trier will follow his controversial movie “Antichrist” to the Toronto International Film Festival — via live video. A Toronto festival spokesman said Friday that the director, whose well-documented fear of flying has kept him from traveling to North America, will participate in a 90-minute live video link-up, with the audience comprising media and the public. Presenting von Trier in video aims to publicize “Antichrist,” which divided audiences and critics when it bowed in Cannes, and promises a well-hyped North American bow in Toronto, festival organizers anticipate.

  • Toronto rounds out final selections
    Friday August 21st 2009

    The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday (August 20) unveiled its final selections, including international premieres for South Korean director Lee Hey-jun’s “Castaway on the Moon” and Mike Sandejas’ “If I Knew What You Said,” from the Philippines. And the Masters sidebar added the latest work by veteran auteurs Lars von Trier, Amos Gitai, Francois Ozon, Michael Haneke and Margarethe von Trotta.

  • Vfx shops cooking up shared recipes
    Friday August 21st 2009

    Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their “special sauce” — proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their competitors couldn’t match. Today, however, there’s a clear trend toward taking some of that special sauce and[…]

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Archives for: August 20095
  • James Cameron plugging 3D TV sets
    Monday August 24th 2009

    TOKYO – “Titanic” director James Cameron has signed on with Panasonic to promote new 3D TVs. The deal disclosed Friday comes as Cameron and Twentieth Century Fox are aiming to break new ground with the release of “Avatar,” a movie shot entirely in 3D. At the same time, Panasonic is[…]

  • E1 takes Canadian rights to ‘Chloe’
    Monday August 24th 2009

    TORONTO – Canadian distributor E1 Entertainment Canada has picked up the Canadian rights to Atom Egoyan’s “Chloe” ahead of its festival screenings in Toronto and San Sebastian ( HR, August 21). Toronto-based E1 plans a December 2009 release for the Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried-starring thriller about a[…]

  • Lars von Trier beaming into Toronto
    Monday August 24th 2009

    Danish director Lars von Trier will follow his controversial movie “Antichrist” to the Toronto International Film Festival — via live video. A Toronto festival spokesman said Friday that the director, whose well-documented fear of flying has kept him from traveling to North America, will participate in a 90-minute live video link-up, with the audience comprising media and the public. Presenting von Trier in video aims to publicize “Antichrist,” which divided audiences and critics when it bowed in Cannes, and promises a well-hyped North American bow in Toronto, festival organizers anticipate.

  • Toronto rounds out final selections
    Friday August 21st 2009

    The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday (August 20) unveiled its final selections, including international premieres for South Korean director Lee Hey-jun’s “Castaway on the Moon” and Mike Sandejas’ “If I Knew What You Said,” from the Philippines. And the Masters sidebar added the latest work by veteran auteurs Lars von Trier, Amos Gitai, Francois Ozon, Michael Haneke and Margarethe von Trotta.

  • Vfx shops cooking up shared recipes
    Friday August 21st 2009

    Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their “special sauce” — proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their competitors couldn’t match. Today, however, there’s a clear trend toward taking some of that special sauce and[…]

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Archives for: August 20095
  • James Cameron plugging 3D TV sets
    Monday August 24th 2009

    TOKYO – “Titanic” director James Cameron has signed on with Panasonic to promote new 3D TVs. The deal disclosed Friday comes as Cameron and Twentieth Century Fox are aiming to break new ground with the release of “Avatar,” a movie shot entirely in 3D. At the same time, Panasonic is[…]

  • E1 takes Canadian rights to ‘Chloe’
    Monday August 24th 2009

    TORONTO – Canadian distributor E1 Entertainment Canada has picked up the Canadian rights to Atom Egoyan’s “Chloe” ahead of its festival screenings in Toronto and San Sebastian ( HR, August 21). Toronto-based E1 plans a December 2009 release for the Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried-starring thriller about a[…]

  • Lars von Trier beaming into Toronto
    Monday August 24th 2009

    Danish director Lars von Trier will follow his controversial movie “Antichrist” to the Toronto International Film Festival — via live video. A Toronto festival spokesman said Friday that the director, whose well-documented fear of flying has kept him from traveling to North America, will participate in a 90-minute live video link-up, with the audience comprising media and the public. Presenting von Trier in video aims to publicize “Antichrist,” which divided audiences and critics when it bowed in Cannes, and promises a well-hyped North American bow in Toronto, festival organizers anticipate.

  • Toronto rounds out final selections
    Friday August 21st 2009

    The Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday (August 20) unveiled its final selections, including international premieres for South Korean director Lee Hey-jun’s “Castaway on the Moon” and Mike Sandejas’ “If I Knew What You Said,” from the Philippines. And the Masters sidebar added the latest work by veteran auteurs Lars von Trier, Amos Gitai, Francois Ozon, Michael Haneke and Margarethe von Trotta.

  • Vfx shops cooking up shared recipes
    Friday August 21st 2009

    Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their “special sauce” — proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their competitors couldn’t match. Today, however, there’s a clear trend toward taking some of that special sauce and[…]

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