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  • ‘Crocodiles’ nabs Sprockets Award
    Tuesday April 27th 2010

    German director Christian Ditter’s “The Crocodiles” continued its winning ways on the international festival circuit by picking up the audience award for best feature at the Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Hollywood sign has been saved
    Tuesday April 27th 2010

    Nearly 140 acres behind the iconic Hollywood sign will be saved from development as the result of donations from some of entertainment’s largest companies and orgs, along with a final, $900,000 from Hugh Heffner that closed the gap in the $12.5 million fundraising effort. Hefner’s gift capped a year-long drive by the Trust for Public Land (TPL), which began with $1 million gifts each from The Tiffany & Co. Foundation and Aileen Getty.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/23/10 to 04/25/10
    Monday April 26th 2010

    FilmTotalHow to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$15,025,000The Back-Up Plan, CBS$12,250,000Date Night, Fox$10,600,000The Losers, WB$9,605,000Kick-Ass, LGF$9,500,000Clash of the Titans (2010), WB$9,000,000Death at a Funeral (2010), SGem$8,000,000Oceans, BV$6,000,000The Last Song, BV$3,700,000Alice in Wonderland (2010), BV$2,200,000

  • Canadian TV bulks up on U.S. fare
    Monday April 26th 2010

    Canadian cable, pay TV and other niche services have survived the economic downturn by bulking up on U.S. programming fare. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the country’s TV regulator, on Thursday reported domestic narrowcasters in 2009 spent $521.7 million on foreign, mostly American TV fare, up 36% from 2008 expenditures.

  • Polanski lawyer lashes out at U.S.
    Sunday April 25th 2010

    Roman Polanski’s lawyer accused U.S. courts Saturday of wanting to see the filmmaker “in shackles” after they rejected his bid to be sentenced in absentia for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Polanski skipped bail and fled the United States for France in 1978, and is now fighting[…]

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Archives for: April 20105
  • ‘Crocodiles’ nabs Sprockets Award
    Tuesday April 27th 2010

    German director Christian Ditter’s “The Crocodiles” continued its winning ways on the international festival circuit by picking up the audience award for best feature at the Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Hollywood sign has been saved
    Tuesday April 27th 2010

    Nearly 140 acres behind the iconic Hollywood sign will be saved from development as the result of donations from some of entertainment’s largest companies and orgs, along with a final, $900,000 from Hugh Heffner that closed the gap in the $12.5 million fundraising effort. Hefner’s gift capped a year-long drive by the Trust for Public Land (TPL), which began with $1 million gifts each from The Tiffany & Co. Foundation and Aileen Getty.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/23/10 to 04/25/10
    Monday April 26th 2010

    FilmTotalHow to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$15,025,000The Back-Up Plan, CBS$12,250,000Date Night, Fox$10,600,000The Losers, WB$9,605,000Kick-Ass, LGF$9,500,000Clash of the Titans (2010), WB$9,000,000Death at a Funeral (2010), SGem$8,000,000Oceans, BV$6,000,000The Last Song, BV$3,700,000Alice in Wonderland (2010), BV$2,200,000

  • Canadian TV bulks up on U.S. fare
    Monday April 26th 2010

    Canadian cable, pay TV and other niche services have survived the economic downturn by bulking up on U.S. programming fare. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the country’s TV regulator, on Thursday reported domestic narrowcasters in 2009 spent $521.7 million on foreign, mostly American TV fare, up 36% from 2008 expenditures.

  • Polanski lawyer lashes out at U.S.
    Sunday April 25th 2010

    Roman Polanski’s lawyer accused U.S. courts Saturday of wanting to see the filmmaker “in shackles” after they rejected his bid to be sentenced in absentia for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Polanski skipped bail and fled the United States for France in 1978, and is now fighting[…]

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Archives for: April 20105
  • ‘Crocodiles’ nabs Sprockets Award
    Tuesday April 27th 2010

    German director Christian Ditter’s “The Crocodiles” continued its winning ways on the international festival circuit by picking up the audience award for best feature at the Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Hollywood sign has been saved
    Tuesday April 27th 2010

    Nearly 140 acres behind the iconic Hollywood sign will be saved from development as the result of donations from some of entertainment’s largest companies and orgs, along with a final, $900,000 from Hugh Heffner that closed the gap in the $12.5 million fundraising effort. Hefner’s gift capped a year-long drive by the Trust for Public Land (TPL), which began with $1 million gifts each from The Tiffany & Co. Foundation and Aileen Getty.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/23/10 to 04/25/10
    Monday April 26th 2010

    FilmTotalHow to Train Your Dragon, P/DW$15,025,000The Back-Up Plan, CBS$12,250,000Date Night, Fox$10,600,000The Losers, WB$9,605,000Kick-Ass, LGF$9,500,000Clash of the Titans (2010), WB$9,000,000Death at a Funeral (2010), SGem$8,000,000Oceans, BV$6,000,000The Last Song, BV$3,700,000Alice in Wonderland (2010), BV$2,200,000

  • Canadian TV bulks up on U.S. fare
    Monday April 26th 2010

    Canadian cable, pay TV and other niche services have survived the economic downturn by bulking up on U.S. programming fare. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the country’s TV regulator, on Thursday reported domestic narrowcasters in 2009 spent $521.7 million on foreign, mostly American TV fare, up 36% from 2008 expenditures.

  • Polanski lawyer lashes out at U.S.
    Sunday April 25th 2010

    Roman Polanski’s lawyer accused U.S. courts Saturday of wanting to see the filmmaker “in shackles” after they rejected his bid to be sentenced in absentia for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977. Polanski skipped bail and fled the United States for France in 1978, and is now fighting[…]

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