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  • Dance show producer Nigel Lythgoe to receive award in Banff
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    TV dance show judge and producer Nigel Lythgoe will receive an award of excellence at this year’s Banff World Television Festival taking place June 13 to 16. A dancer since childhood, Lythgoe, 60, is executive producer, co-creator and a judge on the dance competition show So You Think You Can[…]

  • REVIEWED: Which Way Home
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    It is estimated that over half a million illegal immigrants enter the United States each year, with around 80% of these coming from Mexico and other Latin American countries. It’s not a new issue. It’s not even a little known one. Migrants endure dangerous journeys facing starvation and dehydration, violence at the hands of gangs or corrupt officials, rape, and more often than not, death, just for the chance at a new life in America. Now imagine the migrant is nine years old. 

  • Dark Hero inks E1 first-look deal
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    TORONTO – “X-Men” screenwriter David Hayter and producing partner Benedict Carver have landed a two-year first-look TV gig with Canadian indie producer E1 Entertainment. The production deal will kick off with Dark Hero’s previously announced TV series “Push,” based on Summit Entertainment’s 2009 feature film of the same name, to[…]

  • Big bucks for Canuck fund
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    The Canadian government announced the creation of a Canada Media Fund to finance TV and new-media production with C$350 million ($340 million). However, there’s been grumbling by those who feel left out by the funding. Canuck pubcaster CBC and indie producers believe they will receive less coin from the new entity. Fund is the result of merging two former entities for TV and new media. Those two funds had a total of $222 million, so this is a major increase in the financing, with the cash coming from the federal government and cable and satellite players.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/26/10 to 03/28/10
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    FilmTotalHow to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$43,732,319Alice in Wonderland (2010), BV$17,707,858Hot Tub Time Machine, MGM$14,020,502The Bounty Hunter, Sony$12,006,731Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Fox$10,121,961She’s Out of My League, Par.$3,512,218Green Zone, Uni.$3,384,480Shutter Island, Par.$3,187,487Repo Men, Uni.$3,010,515Our Family Wedding, FoxS$2,352,539

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  • Dance show producer Nigel Lythgoe to receive award in Banff
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    TV dance show judge and producer Nigel Lythgoe will receive an award of excellence at this year’s Banff World Television Festival taking place June 13 to 16. A dancer since childhood, Lythgoe, 60, is executive producer, co-creator and a judge on the dance competition show So You Think You Can[…]

  • REVIEWED: Which Way Home
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    It is estimated that over half a million illegal immigrants enter the United States each year, with around 80% of these coming from Mexico and other Latin American countries. It’s not a new issue. It’s not even a little known one. Migrants endure dangerous journeys facing starvation and dehydration, violence at the hands of gangs or corrupt officials, rape, and more often than not, death, just for the chance at a new life in America. Now imagine the migrant is nine years old. 

  • Dark Hero inks E1 first-look deal
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    TORONTO – “X-Men” screenwriter David Hayter and producing partner Benedict Carver have landed a two-year first-look TV gig with Canadian indie producer E1 Entertainment. The production deal will kick off with Dark Hero’s previously announced TV series “Push,” based on Summit Entertainment’s 2009 feature film of the same name, to[…]

  • Big bucks for Canuck fund
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    The Canadian government announced the creation of a Canada Media Fund to finance TV and new-media production with C$350 million ($340 million). However, there’s been grumbling by those who feel left out by the funding. Canuck pubcaster CBC and indie producers believe they will receive less coin from the new entity. Fund is the result of merging two former entities for TV and new media. Those two funds had a total of $222 million, so this is a major increase in the financing, with the cash coming from the federal government and cable and satellite players.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/26/10 to 03/28/10
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    FilmTotalHow to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$43,732,319Alice in Wonderland (2010), BV$17,707,858Hot Tub Time Machine, MGM$14,020,502The Bounty Hunter, Sony$12,006,731Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Fox$10,121,961She’s Out of My League, Par.$3,512,218Green Zone, Uni.$3,384,480Shutter Island, Par.$3,187,487Repo Men, Uni.$3,010,515Our Family Wedding, FoxS$2,352,539

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Archives for: March 20105
  • Dance show producer Nigel Lythgoe to receive award in Banff
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    TV dance show judge and producer Nigel Lythgoe will receive an award of excellence at this year’s Banff World Television Festival taking place June 13 to 16. A dancer since childhood, Lythgoe, 60, is executive producer, co-creator and a judge on the dance competition show So You Think You Can[…]

  • REVIEWED: Which Way Home
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    It is estimated that over half a million illegal immigrants enter the United States each year, with around 80% of these coming from Mexico and other Latin American countries. It’s not a new issue. It’s not even a little known one. Migrants endure dangerous journeys facing starvation and dehydration, violence at the hands of gangs or corrupt officials, rape, and more often than not, death, just for the chance at a new life in America. Now imagine the migrant is nine years old. 

  • Dark Hero inks E1 first-look deal
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    TORONTO – “X-Men” screenwriter David Hayter and producing partner Benedict Carver have landed a two-year first-look TV gig with Canadian indie producer E1 Entertainment. The production deal will kick off with Dark Hero’s previously announced TV series “Push,” based on Summit Entertainment’s 2009 feature film of the same name, to[…]

  • Big bucks for Canuck fund
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    The Canadian government announced the creation of a Canada Media Fund to finance TV and new-media production with C$350 million ($340 million). However, there’s been grumbling by those who feel left out by the funding. Canuck pubcaster CBC and indie producers believe they will receive less coin from the new entity. Fund is the result of merging two former entities for TV and new media. Those two funds had a total of $222 million, so this is a major increase in the financing, with the cash coming from the federal government and cable and satellite players.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 03/26/10 to 03/28/10
    Tuesday March 30th 2010

    FilmTotalHow to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$43,732,319Alice in Wonderland (2010), BV$17,707,858Hot Tub Time Machine, MGM$14,020,502The Bounty Hunter, Sony$12,006,731Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Fox$10,121,961She’s Out of My League, Par.$3,512,218Green Zone, Uni.$3,384,480Shutter Island, Par.$3,187,487Repo Men, Uni.$3,010,515Our Family Wedding, FoxS$2,352,539

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