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  • Virgin launches film, TV production company
    Friday July 30th 2010

    Richard Branson is ready to go Hollywood with the help of Ryan Kavanaugh. “Create. Package. Provoke.” That is a tagline found on the website of Branson’s Virgin Group, which on Friday unveiled Virgin Produced, its new film and TV development, packaging and production company.

  • Toronto feels chill of indie film downturn
    Thursday July 29th 2010

    With its fortunes tied to indie film, the Toronto International Film Festival during the last three years has seen its film market swing from boom to bust and now upbeat. As both a market and a launch-pad for fall titles, TIFF remains an essential barometer for indie film in terms of high-profile pictures, stars and distribution deals…

  • Open Roof Films presents “Movies By Moonlight” at Amsterdam Brewery
    Thursday July 29th 2010

    Open Roof Films, a new Toronto-based non-profit organization, is launching an open-air, movie screening series. For seven evenings in August (the 6th to the 27th), movie-goers can watch award-nominated, independent films under the stars.

  • Rogers profits up, despite new competition
    Wednesday July 28th 2010

    TORONTO – Canadian cable and wireless phone giant Rogers Communications continues to churn out profits, even as competition from new market entrants mounts. Toronto-based Rogers on Tuesday saw second quarter earnings rise 13% to $464 million, against a profit of $374 million in 2009, as overall revenue climbed 5% to[…]

  • TIFF rolling out films that Cannes missed
    Wednesday July 28th 2010

    After the dearth of American entries at the Cannes Film Festival this year and a long downturn in indie cinema worldwide, the 35th Toronto International Film Festival may signal a bounce-back for quality cinema with a star-studded presence, as the fest presents a slate of promising films that were unavailable for the Riviera showcase earlier this year.

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Archives for: July 20105
  • Virgin launches film, TV production company
    Friday July 30th 2010

    Richard Branson is ready to go Hollywood with the help of Ryan Kavanaugh. “Create. Package. Provoke.” That is a tagline found on the website of Branson’s Virgin Group, which on Friday unveiled Virgin Produced, its new film and TV development, packaging and production company.

  • Toronto feels chill of indie film downturn
    Thursday July 29th 2010

    With its fortunes tied to indie film, the Toronto International Film Festival during the last three years has seen its film market swing from boom to bust and now upbeat. As both a market and a launch-pad for fall titles, TIFF remains an essential barometer for indie film in terms of high-profile pictures, stars and distribution deals…

  • Open Roof Films presents “Movies By Moonlight” at Amsterdam Brewery
    Thursday July 29th 2010

    Open Roof Films, a new Toronto-based non-profit organization, is launching an open-air, movie screening series. For seven evenings in August (the 6th to the 27th), movie-goers can watch award-nominated, independent films under the stars.

  • Rogers profits up, despite new competition
    Wednesday July 28th 2010

    TORONTO – Canadian cable and wireless phone giant Rogers Communications continues to churn out profits, even as competition from new market entrants mounts. Toronto-based Rogers on Tuesday saw second quarter earnings rise 13% to $464 million, against a profit of $374 million in 2009, as overall revenue climbed 5% to[…]

  • TIFF rolling out films that Cannes missed
    Wednesday July 28th 2010

    After the dearth of American entries at the Cannes Film Festival this year and a long downturn in indie cinema worldwide, the 35th Toronto International Film Festival may signal a bounce-back for quality cinema with a star-studded presence, as the fest presents a slate of promising films that were unavailable for the Riviera showcase earlier this year.

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Archives for: July 20105
  • Virgin launches film, TV production company
    Friday July 30th 2010

    Richard Branson is ready to go Hollywood with the help of Ryan Kavanaugh. “Create. Package. Provoke.” That is a tagline found on the website of Branson’s Virgin Group, which on Friday unveiled Virgin Produced, its new film and TV development, packaging and production company.

  • Toronto feels chill of indie film downturn
    Thursday July 29th 2010

    With its fortunes tied to indie film, the Toronto International Film Festival during the last three years has seen its film market swing from boom to bust and now upbeat. As both a market and a launch-pad for fall titles, TIFF remains an essential barometer for indie film in terms of high-profile pictures, stars and distribution deals…

  • Open Roof Films presents “Movies By Moonlight” at Amsterdam Brewery
    Thursday July 29th 2010

    Open Roof Films, a new Toronto-based non-profit organization, is launching an open-air, movie screening series. For seven evenings in August (the 6th to the 27th), movie-goers can watch award-nominated, independent films under the stars.

  • Rogers profits up, despite new competition
    Wednesday July 28th 2010

    TORONTO – Canadian cable and wireless phone giant Rogers Communications continues to churn out profits, even as competition from new market entrants mounts. Toronto-based Rogers on Tuesday saw second quarter earnings rise 13% to $464 million, against a profit of $374 million in 2009, as overall revenue climbed 5% to[…]

  • TIFF rolling out films that Cannes missed
    Wednesday July 28th 2010

    After the dearth of American entries at the Cannes Film Festival this year and a long downturn in indie cinema worldwide, the 35th Toronto International Film Festival may signal a bounce-back for quality cinema with a star-studded presence, as the fest presents a slate of promising films that were unavailable for the Riviera showcase earlier this year.

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