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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/24/10 to 09/26/10
    Tuesday September 28th 2010

    FilmTotalWall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Fox$19,011,188Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, WB$16,112,211The Town, WB$15,605,171Easy A, SGem$10,600,497You Again, BV$8,407,513Devil, Uni.$6,605,960Resident Evil: Afterlife, SGem$4,954,791Alpha and Omega, LGF$4,735,271Takers, SGem$1,622,302Inception, WB$1,247,006

  • Still business as usual at Blockbuster Canada
    Monday September 27th 2010

    TORONTO – No worries, says Blockbuster Canada, after its Blockbuster stateside filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy. “Blockbuster Canada operates independently of the U.S. and is financially stable. We have the assets and cash flow to execute our business plan,” Barry Guest, vp and general manager of Blockbuster Canada said[…]

  • At Vancouver’s film fest, everyone can get tickets
    Monday September 27th 2010

    “Vancouver has a film festival?” This question in the run-up to film festival season came from a worldly recent transplant from Toronto. Yes, Vancouver has a film festival. But despite its highly regarded programming and huge slate of films (about 375 this year), on the national scene it resides quietly in the shadows of the Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Netflix busted for posing actors as consumers
    Thursday September 23rd 2010

    Netflix was caught red-faced Wednesday after paid actors posing as excited consumers of its new Netflix Canada service were unmasked by the local media. As it kicked off its Netflix Canada offering in Toronto with a press conference, Netflix also hired actors to appear in a corporate video shoot to take advantage of the launch event. According to Netflix spokesman Steve Swasey, some of the “extras” remained behind after the press conference and ended up talking to the local media. “Really, it’s a case of two worlds colliding,” Swasey said in an email late Wednesday.

  • Canada picks ‘Incendies’ for Oscar
    Thursday September 23rd 2010

    Canuck helmer Denis Villeneuve’s “Incendies” is Canada’s submission in Oscar’s foreign-language category. The Montreal writer-director’s adaptation of the 2003 play written by Wajdi Mouawad has unspooled in the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film festivals. Sony Pictures Classics recently acquired U.S. rights to the pic, which was produced Luc Dery and Kim McCraw from Montreal’s Microscope.

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  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/24/10 to 09/26/10
    Tuesday September 28th 2010

    FilmTotalWall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Fox$19,011,188Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, WB$16,112,211The Town, WB$15,605,171Easy A, SGem$10,600,497You Again, BV$8,407,513Devil, Uni.$6,605,960Resident Evil: Afterlife, SGem$4,954,791Alpha and Omega, LGF$4,735,271Takers, SGem$1,622,302Inception, WB$1,247,006

  • Still business as usual at Blockbuster Canada
    Monday September 27th 2010

    TORONTO – No worries, says Blockbuster Canada, after its Blockbuster stateside filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy. “Blockbuster Canada operates independently of the U.S. and is financially stable. We have the assets and cash flow to execute our business plan,” Barry Guest, vp and general manager of Blockbuster Canada said[…]

  • At Vancouver’s film fest, everyone can get tickets
    Monday September 27th 2010

    “Vancouver has a film festival?” This question in the run-up to film festival season came from a worldly recent transplant from Toronto. Yes, Vancouver has a film festival. But despite its highly regarded programming and huge slate of films (about 375 this year), on the national scene it resides quietly in the shadows of the Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Netflix busted for posing actors as consumers
    Thursday September 23rd 2010

    Netflix was caught red-faced Wednesday after paid actors posing as excited consumers of its new Netflix Canada service were unmasked by the local media. As it kicked off its Netflix Canada offering in Toronto with a press conference, Netflix also hired actors to appear in a corporate video shoot to take advantage of the launch event. According to Netflix spokesman Steve Swasey, some of the “extras” remained behind after the press conference and ended up talking to the local media. “Really, it’s a case of two worlds colliding,” Swasey said in an email late Wednesday.

  • Canada picks ‘Incendies’ for Oscar
    Thursday September 23rd 2010

    Canuck helmer Denis Villeneuve’s “Incendies” is Canada’s submission in Oscar’s foreign-language category. The Montreal writer-director’s adaptation of the 2003 play written by Wajdi Mouawad has unspooled in the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film festivals. Sony Pictures Classics recently acquired U.S. rights to the pic, which was produced Luc Dery and Kim McCraw from Montreal’s Microscope.

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Archives for: September 20105
  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 09/24/10 to 09/26/10
    Tuesday September 28th 2010

    FilmTotalWall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Fox$19,011,188Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, WB$16,112,211The Town, WB$15,605,171Easy A, SGem$10,600,497You Again, BV$8,407,513Devil, Uni.$6,605,960Resident Evil: Afterlife, SGem$4,954,791Alpha and Omega, LGF$4,735,271Takers, SGem$1,622,302Inception, WB$1,247,006

  • Still business as usual at Blockbuster Canada
    Monday September 27th 2010

    TORONTO – No worries, says Blockbuster Canada, after its Blockbuster stateside filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy. “Blockbuster Canada operates independently of the U.S. and is financially stable. We have the assets and cash flow to execute our business plan,” Barry Guest, vp and general manager of Blockbuster Canada said[…]

  • At Vancouver’s film fest, everyone can get tickets
    Monday September 27th 2010

    “Vancouver has a film festival?” This question in the run-up to film festival season came from a worldly recent transplant from Toronto. Yes, Vancouver has a film festival. But despite its highly regarded programming and huge slate of films (about 375 this year), on the national scene it resides quietly in the shadows of the Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Netflix busted for posing actors as consumers
    Thursday September 23rd 2010

    Netflix was caught red-faced Wednesday after paid actors posing as excited consumers of its new Netflix Canada service were unmasked by the local media. As it kicked off its Netflix Canada offering in Toronto with a press conference, Netflix also hired actors to appear in a corporate video shoot to take advantage of the launch event. According to Netflix spokesman Steve Swasey, some of the “extras” remained behind after the press conference and ended up talking to the local media. “Really, it’s a case of two worlds colliding,” Swasey said in an email late Wednesday.

  • Canada picks ‘Incendies’ for Oscar
    Thursday September 23rd 2010

    Canuck helmer Denis Villeneuve’s “Incendies” is Canada’s submission in Oscar’s foreign-language category. The Montreal writer-director’s adaptation of the 2003 play written by Wajdi Mouawad has unspooled in the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film festivals. Sony Pictures Classics recently acquired U.S. rights to the pic, which was produced Luc Dery and Kim McCraw from Montreal’s Microscope.

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