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  • How ‘Avatar’ changed the rules of deliverables
    Monday March 29th 2010

    During the final months before “Avatar” was released, director James Cameron holed up in a hotel near the Fox lot. He already had led innovation with his stereo 3D and performance-capture techniques. This time, he was pushing the boundaries in presentation quality and postproduction-distribution processes, helping to shine a light on the unsung heroes of postproduction and an often overlooked but nonetheless critical challenge in theatrical exhibition.

  • Canada investing more in new media, games
    Monday March 29th 2010

    TORONTO – The Canadian government is backing away from investment in primetime TV and directing more taxpayers dollars into content for the Internet, video games, mobile phones and other new platforms or devices. As Ottawa unveiled its new Canada Media Fund with about CAN$360 million ($349.5 million) in projected industry[…]

  • B.C. film, television production spending on the rise
    Friday March 26th 2010

    VANCOUVER — Film and television production spending in B.C. in 2009 totalled $1.3 billion, an increase of more than $100 million over 2008, according to data released Thursday by the BC Film Commission. The commission stated in a release that 239 productions were shot in B.C. over the year, including[…]

  • Toronto-tastic ‘Scott Pilgrim’ trailer released
    Friday March 26th 2010

    The first trailer for “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” the big budget comic book movie shot and set in Toronto and starring Brampton’s Michael Cera was released Thursday to the delight of geeks everywhere. The film, shot mostly in March 2009 around Toronto, is based on the Bryan Lee O’Malley comic book series, which concludes this year.

  • Biz to Obama: Put teeth in piracy plan
    Thursday March 25th 2010

    Once again sounding the alarm on the threat of copyright theft to the entertainment industry, a coalition of studios, record labels and labor unions on Wednesday urged the White House to deploy a broad array of techniques to combat piracy. Their suggestions — which include everything from greater pressure on Internet providers to cooperate, to a more focused enforcement effort with the release of major blockbusters — came in a letter to Victoria Espinel, the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator.

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Archives for: March 20105
  • How ‘Avatar’ changed the rules of deliverables
    Monday March 29th 2010

    During the final months before “Avatar” was released, director James Cameron holed up in a hotel near the Fox lot. He already had led innovation with his stereo 3D and performance-capture techniques. This time, he was pushing the boundaries in presentation quality and postproduction-distribution processes, helping to shine a light on the unsung heroes of postproduction and an often overlooked but nonetheless critical challenge in theatrical exhibition.

  • Canada investing more in new media, games
    Monday March 29th 2010

    TORONTO – The Canadian government is backing away from investment in primetime TV and directing more taxpayers dollars into content for the Internet, video games, mobile phones and other new platforms or devices. As Ottawa unveiled its new Canada Media Fund with about CAN$360 million ($349.5 million) in projected industry[…]

  • B.C. film, television production spending on the rise
    Friday March 26th 2010

    VANCOUVER — Film and television production spending in B.C. in 2009 totalled $1.3 billion, an increase of more than $100 million over 2008, according to data released Thursday by the BC Film Commission. The commission stated in a release that 239 productions were shot in B.C. over the year, including[…]

  • Toronto-tastic ‘Scott Pilgrim’ trailer released
    Friday March 26th 2010

    The first trailer for “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” the big budget comic book movie shot and set in Toronto and starring Brampton’s Michael Cera was released Thursday to the delight of geeks everywhere. The film, shot mostly in March 2009 around Toronto, is based on the Bryan Lee O’Malley comic book series, which concludes this year.

  • Biz to Obama: Put teeth in piracy plan
    Thursday March 25th 2010

    Once again sounding the alarm on the threat of copyright theft to the entertainment industry, a coalition of studios, record labels and labor unions on Wednesday urged the White House to deploy a broad array of techniques to combat piracy. Their suggestions — which include everything from greater pressure on Internet providers to cooperate, to a more focused enforcement effort with the release of major blockbusters — came in a letter to Victoria Espinel, the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator.

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Archives for: March 20105
  • How ‘Avatar’ changed the rules of deliverables
    Monday March 29th 2010

    During the final months before “Avatar” was released, director James Cameron holed up in a hotel near the Fox lot. He already had led innovation with his stereo 3D and performance-capture techniques. This time, he was pushing the boundaries in presentation quality and postproduction-distribution processes, helping to shine a light on the unsung heroes of postproduction and an often overlooked but nonetheless critical challenge in theatrical exhibition.

  • Canada investing more in new media, games
    Monday March 29th 2010

    TORONTO – The Canadian government is backing away from investment in primetime TV and directing more taxpayers dollars into content for the Internet, video games, mobile phones and other new platforms or devices. As Ottawa unveiled its new Canada Media Fund with about CAN$360 million ($349.5 million) in projected industry[…]

  • B.C. film, television production spending on the rise
    Friday March 26th 2010

    VANCOUVER — Film and television production spending in B.C. in 2009 totalled $1.3 billion, an increase of more than $100 million over 2008, according to data released Thursday by the BC Film Commission. The commission stated in a release that 239 productions were shot in B.C. over the year, including[…]

  • Toronto-tastic ‘Scott Pilgrim’ trailer released
    Friday March 26th 2010

    The first trailer for “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” the big budget comic book movie shot and set in Toronto and starring Brampton’s Michael Cera was released Thursday to the delight of geeks everywhere. The film, shot mostly in March 2009 around Toronto, is based on the Bryan Lee O’Malley comic book series, which concludes this year.

  • Biz to Obama: Put teeth in piracy plan
    Thursday March 25th 2010

    Once again sounding the alarm on the threat of copyright theft to the entertainment industry, a coalition of studios, record labels and labor unions on Wednesday urged the White House to deploy a broad array of techniques to combat piracy. Their suggestions — which include everything from greater pressure on Internet providers to cooperate, to a more focused enforcement effort with the release of major blockbusters — came in a letter to Victoria Espinel, the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator.

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