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  • Canadian effects whiz whips Clash of the Titans into 3D
    Thursday April 01st 2010

    How do you turn a 2-D film into a 3-D money tree? Having just talked to Hollywood’s go-to guy at the moment, your guess is as good as ours. He won’t say. He also won’t directly take on his biggest critic (and former boss) Avatar director, James Cameron. At this point, Chris Bond is still a relative minnow. But come Sunday morning, he could be something else entirely. Winnipeger Bond has created a software package called View-D that converts 2-D straw to 3-D gold quicker and cheaper (read: a reported $5 million (U.S.) per feature) than anyone else. He recently won the contract to rework blockbuster sword-and-sandal epic Clash of the Titans. Eight-and-a-half go-go-go weeks later, ta da. You’ll see the results beginning Friday.

  • Toronto stars in new Egoyan erotic thriller
    Thursday April 01st 2010

    The cities where films take place are like characters, themselves, and often play a key role in making stories work. So thinking location, location, location, Atom Egoyan pushed to change the setting for his new drama “Chloe” from overly familiar San Francisco to much less identifiable Toronto. Egoyan signed on to direct “Chloe” three years ago when Ivan Reitman approached him about remaking the 2003 French film “Nathalie” that he’d seen and acquired rights to at the Toronto Film Festival.

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Archives for: April 20105
  • Canadian effects whiz whips Clash of the Titans into 3D
    Thursday April 01st 2010

    How do you turn a 2-D film into a 3-D money tree? Having just talked to Hollywood’s go-to guy at the moment, your guess is as good as ours. He won’t say. He also won’t directly take on his biggest critic (and former boss) Avatar director, James Cameron. At this point, Chris Bond is still a relative minnow. But come Sunday morning, he could be something else entirely. Winnipeger Bond has created a software package called View-D that converts 2-D straw to 3-D gold quicker and cheaper (read: a reported $5 million (U.S.) per feature) than anyone else. He recently won the contract to rework blockbuster sword-and-sandal epic Clash of the Titans. Eight-and-a-half go-go-go weeks later, ta da. You’ll see the results beginning Friday.

  • Toronto stars in new Egoyan erotic thriller
    Thursday April 01st 2010

    The cities where films take place are like characters, themselves, and often play a key role in making stories work. So thinking location, location, location, Atom Egoyan pushed to change the setting for his new drama “Chloe” from overly familiar San Francisco to much less identifiable Toronto. Egoyan signed on to direct “Chloe” three years ago when Ivan Reitman approached him about remaking the 2003 French film “Nathalie” that he’d seen and acquired rights to at the Toronto Film Festival.

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Archives for: April 20105
  • Canadian effects whiz whips Clash of the Titans into 3D
    Thursday April 01st 2010

    How do you turn a 2-D film into a 3-D money tree? Having just talked to Hollywood’s go-to guy at the moment, your guess is as good as ours. He won’t say. He also won’t directly take on his biggest critic (and former boss) Avatar director, James Cameron. At this point, Chris Bond is still a relative minnow. But come Sunday morning, he could be something else entirely. Winnipeger Bond has created a software package called View-D that converts 2-D straw to 3-D gold quicker and cheaper (read: a reported $5 million (U.S.) per feature) than anyone else. He recently won the contract to rework blockbuster sword-and-sandal epic Clash of the Titans. Eight-and-a-half go-go-go weeks later, ta da. You’ll see the results beginning Friday.

  • Toronto stars in new Egoyan erotic thriller
    Thursday April 01st 2010

    The cities where films take place are like characters, themselves, and often play a key role in making stories work. So thinking location, location, location, Atom Egoyan pushed to change the setting for his new drama “Chloe” from overly familiar San Francisco to much less identifiable Toronto. Egoyan signed on to direct “Chloe” three years ago when Ivan Reitman approached him about remaking the 2003 French film “Nathalie” that he’d seen and acquired rights to at the Toronto Film Festival.

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