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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 11/27/09 to 11/29/09
    Monday November 30th 2009

    FilmTotalThe Twilight Saga: New Moon, Sum.$42,870,031The Blind Side, WB$40,111,3642012, Sony$17,651,729Old Dogs, BV$16,894,511A Christmas Carol (2009), BV$15,758,273Ninja Assassin, WB$13,135,000Planet 51, Sony$10,218,641Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire, LGF$7,081,032The Fantastic Mr. Fox, Fox$6,965,267The Road, W/Dim.$1,502,231

  • Women directors eye Oscar
    Monday November 30th 2009

    Female helmers have captured plenty of attention in the early days of award season and sparked optimism that, this year, more than one could land a spot on the director’s list for the Oscars. It would be a landmark event: Only three women have ever been nominated for the Acad’s coveted prize.

  • Canwest Global sees full-year loss climb
    Monday November 30th 2009

    TORONTO – An insolvent Canwest Global Communications Corp. on Friday said it reduced its fourth quarter loss by shedding costs and assets under creditor protection, even as its full-year loss grew. Winnipeg-based Canwest Global posted a loss of CAN$111 million ($104.7 million) for the three months to Aug. 31, against[…]

  • Exhibs, studios war over windows
    Friday November 27th 2009

    Many studio execs feel that film schedules need a breath of fresh air, but exhibs are determined to keep the window shut. A number of exhibitors last month pulled “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” from theaters early to protest Sony’s high-def video-on-demand offering of the movie in December, one month before the DVD release. That was the third recent example of exhibs pushing back when studios shortened the traditional timing of post-bigscreen releases. And as studios continue to experiment with windows, the battle lines are being drawn.

  • Al-Jazeera network cleared for Canada
    Friday November 27th 2009

    TORONTO – Canada’s TV watchdog has cleared the way for the English language Al-Jazeera network to be viewed here as a digital cable channel. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) gave its thumbs-up to the Qatar-based international news service Al-Jazeera English, which is headed up by former Canadian Broadcasting[…]

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Archives for: November 20095
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 11/27/09 to 11/29/09
    Monday November 30th 2009

    FilmTotalThe Twilight Saga: New Moon, Sum.$42,870,031The Blind Side, WB$40,111,3642012, Sony$17,651,729Old Dogs, BV$16,894,511A Christmas Carol (2009), BV$15,758,273Ninja Assassin, WB$13,135,000Planet 51, Sony$10,218,641Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire, LGF$7,081,032The Fantastic Mr. Fox, Fox$6,965,267The Road, W/Dim.$1,502,231

  • Women directors eye Oscar
    Monday November 30th 2009

    Female helmers have captured plenty of attention in the early days of award season and sparked optimism that, this year, more than one could land a spot on the director’s list for the Oscars. It would be a landmark event: Only three women have ever been nominated for the Acad’s coveted prize.

  • Canwest Global sees full-year loss climb
    Monday November 30th 2009

    TORONTO – An insolvent Canwest Global Communications Corp. on Friday said it reduced its fourth quarter loss by shedding costs and assets under creditor protection, even as its full-year loss grew. Winnipeg-based Canwest Global posted a loss of CAN$111 million ($104.7 million) for the three months to Aug. 31, against[…]

  • Exhibs, studios war over windows
    Friday November 27th 2009

    Many studio execs feel that film schedules need a breath of fresh air, but exhibs are determined to keep the window shut. A number of exhibitors last month pulled “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” from theaters early to protest Sony’s high-def video-on-demand offering of the movie in December, one month before the DVD release. That was the third recent example of exhibs pushing back when studios shortened the traditional timing of post-bigscreen releases. And as studios continue to experiment with windows, the battle lines are being drawn.

  • Al-Jazeera network cleared for Canada
    Friday November 27th 2009

    TORONTO – Canada’s TV watchdog has cleared the way for the English language Al-Jazeera network to be viewed here as a digital cable channel. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) gave its thumbs-up to the Qatar-based international news service Al-Jazeera English, which is headed up by former Canadian Broadcasting[…]

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Archives for: November 20095
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 11/27/09 to 11/29/09
    Monday November 30th 2009

    FilmTotalThe Twilight Saga: New Moon, Sum.$42,870,031The Blind Side, WB$40,111,3642012, Sony$17,651,729Old Dogs, BV$16,894,511A Christmas Carol (2009), BV$15,758,273Ninja Assassin, WB$13,135,000Planet 51, Sony$10,218,641Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire, LGF$7,081,032The Fantastic Mr. Fox, Fox$6,965,267The Road, W/Dim.$1,502,231

  • Women directors eye Oscar
    Monday November 30th 2009

    Female helmers have captured plenty of attention in the early days of award season and sparked optimism that, this year, more than one could land a spot on the director’s list for the Oscars. It would be a landmark event: Only three women have ever been nominated for the Acad’s coveted prize.

  • Canwest Global sees full-year loss climb
    Monday November 30th 2009

    TORONTO – An insolvent Canwest Global Communications Corp. on Friday said it reduced its fourth quarter loss by shedding costs and assets under creditor protection, even as its full-year loss grew. Winnipeg-based Canwest Global posted a loss of CAN$111 million ($104.7 million) for the three months to Aug. 31, against[…]

  • Exhibs, studios war over windows
    Friday November 27th 2009

    Many studio execs feel that film schedules need a breath of fresh air, but exhibs are determined to keep the window shut. A number of exhibitors last month pulled “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs” from theaters early to protest Sony’s high-def video-on-demand offering of the movie in December, one month before the DVD release. That was the third recent example of exhibs pushing back when studios shortened the traditional timing of post-bigscreen releases. And as studios continue to experiment with windows, the battle lines are being drawn.

  • Al-Jazeera network cleared for Canada
    Friday November 27th 2009

    TORONTO – Canada’s TV watchdog has cleared the way for the English language Al-Jazeera network to be viewed here as a digital cable channel. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) gave its thumbs-up to the Qatar-based international news service Al-Jazeera English, which is headed up by former Canadian Broadcasting[…]

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