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  • Worldwide Short Film Fest offers big entertainment in little time
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    Presented by the Canadian Film Centre, and in its 16th year, the 2010 Worldwide Short Film Festival will be screening a total of 281 short films from around the world between June 1 and 6. This is the cream of the crop of short form entertainment in every genre imaginable and whether you want to laugh or be scared (and not have to sit through a two-hour feature to get the end result) this is the festival for you.

  • Hollywood attracted by sagging Canuck dollar
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    A sagging Canadian dollar has given a shot in the arm to local Hollywood film and TV production north of the border. Rupert Wyatt’s “Planet of the Apes” prequel “Caesar: Rise of the Apes” has set up at the Mammoth Studio in Vancouver to shoot from July 5 to Sept. 30. Also shooting round the same dates is Catherine Hardwicke’s “Red Riding Hood,” to star Amanda Seyfried, Shiloh Fernandez and Max Irons. Jim Rowe is executive producing the project, and Jennifer Killoran and Julie Yorn producing the July 7 to Sept. 21 shoot.

  • Canadian actors to protest U.S. TV purchases
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    Canwest Global Communications Corp. is to draw top Canadian TV stars to its fall 2010 schedule rollout on Tuesday, not to praise the domestic broadcaster, but to protest its recent Los Angeles Screenings purchases. ACTRA Toronto, the local branch of Canada’s actors union, on Monday issued a call to its members to rally outside the Hazelton Hotel in Yorkville as top Canwest Global execs unveil their latest American TV buys to the national media.

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Archives for: June 20105
  • Worldwide Short Film Fest offers big entertainment in little time
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    Presented by the Canadian Film Centre, and in its 16th year, the 2010 Worldwide Short Film Festival will be screening a total of 281 short films from around the world between June 1 and 6. This is the cream of the crop of short form entertainment in every genre imaginable and whether you want to laugh or be scared (and not have to sit through a two-hour feature to get the end result) this is the festival for you.

  • Hollywood attracted by sagging Canuck dollar
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    A sagging Canadian dollar has given a shot in the arm to local Hollywood film and TV production north of the border. Rupert Wyatt’s “Planet of the Apes” prequel “Caesar: Rise of the Apes” has set up at the Mammoth Studio in Vancouver to shoot from July 5 to Sept. 30. Also shooting round the same dates is Catherine Hardwicke’s “Red Riding Hood,” to star Amanda Seyfried, Shiloh Fernandez and Max Irons. Jim Rowe is executive producing the project, and Jennifer Killoran and Julie Yorn producing the July 7 to Sept. 21 shoot.

  • Canadian actors to protest U.S. TV purchases
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    Canwest Global Communications Corp. is to draw top Canadian TV stars to its fall 2010 schedule rollout on Tuesday, not to praise the domestic broadcaster, but to protest its recent Los Angeles Screenings purchases. ACTRA Toronto, the local branch of Canada’s actors union, on Monday issued a call to its members to rally outside the Hazelton Hotel in Yorkville as top Canwest Global execs unveil their latest American TV buys to the national media.

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Archives for: June 20105
  • Worldwide Short Film Fest offers big entertainment in little time
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    Presented by the Canadian Film Centre, and in its 16th year, the 2010 Worldwide Short Film Festival will be screening a total of 281 short films from around the world between June 1 and 6. This is the cream of the crop of short form entertainment in every genre imaginable and whether you want to laugh or be scared (and not have to sit through a two-hour feature to get the end result) this is the festival for you.

  • Hollywood attracted by sagging Canuck dollar
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    A sagging Canadian dollar has given a shot in the arm to local Hollywood film and TV production north of the border. Rupert Wyatt’s “Planet of the Apes” prequel “Caesar: Rise of the Apes” has set up at the Mammoth Studio in Vancouver to shoot from July 5 to Sept. 30. Also shooting round the same dates is Catherine Hardwicke’s “Red Riding Hood,” to star Amanda Seyfried, Shiloh Fernandez and Max Irons. Jim Rowe is executive producing the project, and Jennifer Killoran and Julie Yorn producing the July 7 to Sept. 21 shoot.

  • Canadian actors to protest U.S. TV purchases
    Tuesday June 01st 2010

    Canwest Global Communications Corp. is to draw top Canadian TV stars to its fall 2010 schedule rollout on Tuesday, not to praise the domestic broadcaster, but to protest its recent Los Angeles Screenings purchases. ACTRA Toronto, the local branch of Canada’s actors union, on Monday issued a call to its members to rally outside the Hazelton Hotel in Yorkville as top Canwest Global execs unveil their latest American TV buys to the national media.

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