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  • Kodachrome last remaining film roll developed in Kansas
    Friday December 31st 2010

    Kodak announced it was discontinuing the iconic film in 2009, after competition from digital cameras caused a large sales decline. Kodachrome is difficult to process, requiring expert handlers, and Dwayne’s Photo in Kansas is the sole remaining developer. The last film to be developed was shot by the owner, Dwayne[…]

  • Competition arrives for screenwriting software
    Friday December 31st 2010

    Once upon a time, screenwriting was a labor-intensive vocation. And that labor was hardly confined to the age-old challenges of storytelling. “Just the sheer physical pain-in-the-ass quality of typing out a script in script format, with all the tabs, indents, caps and all that, probably kept 90% of people from writing a screenplay because the whole thing was so hard,” said writer and former “Cheers” showrunner Rob Long. Screenwriting programs like Final Draft and Write Brothers’ Movie Magic helped change all that.

  • Former Pixar CFO to head MGM board
    Tuesday December 28th 2010

    Former Pixar Chief Financial Officer Ann Mather is joining the board of directors of MGM Holdings Inc., which completed its restructuring earlier this week. MGM announced that Mather will serve as the lead director of the nine-member board and oversee governance of the studio, which received a $500 million cash infusion in “exit financing” as part of its restructuring.

  • Explosion on Uwe Boll movie set in B.C. injures six
    Thursday December 23rd 2010

    An explosion that reportedly happened on the set of German director Uwe Boll’s film Dungeon Seige 2 has injured six people. Ridge Meadows RCMP said emergency personnel were called to the site of the blast in Golden Ears Provincial Park at around 1 p.m. on December 21. “The explosion occurred[…]

  • Regina firms sue Hollywood producers over scuttled film project
    Thursday December 23rd 2010

    When the cameras stopped rolling on a motion picture in Saskatchewan, two local firms say they paid the price. Two Regina film companies have filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles-based company in an effort to recoup pre-production costs incurred when filming of a movie was halted in the Saskatchewan city.

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Archives for: December 20105
  • Kodachrome last remaining film roll developed in Kansas
    Friday December 31st 2010

    Kodak announced it was discontinuing the iconic film in 2009, after competition from digital cameras caused a large sales decline. Kodachrome is difficult to process, requiring expert handlers, and Dwayne’s Photo in Kansas is the sole remaining developer. The last film to be developed was shot by the owner, Dwayne[…]

  • Competition arrives for screenwriting software
    Friday December 31st 2010

    Once upon a time, screenwriting was a labor-intensive vocation. And that labor was hardly confined to the age-old challenges of storytelling. “Just the sheer physical pain-in-the-ass quality of typing out a script in script format, with all the tabs, indents, caps and all that, probably kept 90% of people from writing a screenplay because the whole thing was so hard,” said writer and former “Cheers” showrunner Rob Long. Screenwriting programs like Final Draft and Write Brothers’ Movie Magic helped change all that.

  • Former Pixar CFO to head MGM board
    Tuesday December 28th 2010

    Former Pixar Chief Financial Officer Ann Mather is joining the board of directors of MGM Holdings Inc., which completed its restructuring earlier this week. MGM announced that Mather will serve as the lead director of the nine-member board and oversee governance of the studio, which received a $500 million cash infusion in “exit financing” as part of its restructuring.

  • Explosion on Uwe Boll movie set in B.C. injures six
    Thursday December 23rd 2010

    An explosion that reportedly happened on the set of German director Uwe Boll’s film Dungeon Seige 2 has injured six people. Ridge Meadows RCMP said emergency personnel were called to the site of the blast in Golden Ears Provincial Park at around 1 p.m. on December 21. “The explosion occurred[…]

  • Regina firms sue Hollywood producers over scuttled film project
    Thursday December 23rd 2010

    When the cameras stopped rolling on a motion picture in Saskatchewan, two local firms say they paid the price. Two Regina film companies have filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles-based company in an effort to recoup pre-production costs incurred when filming of a movie was halted in the Saskatchewan city.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20105
  • Kodachrome last remaining film roll developed in Kansas
    Friday December 31st 2010

    Kodak announced it was discontinuing the iconic film in 2009, after competition from digital cameras caused a large sales decline. Kodachrome is difficult to process, requiring expert handlers, and Dwayne’s Photo in Kansas is the sole remaining developer. The last film to be developed was shot by the owner, Dwayne[…]

  • Competition arrives for screenwriting software
    Friday December 31st 2010

    Once upon a time, screenwriting was a labor-intensive vocation. And that labor was hardly confined to the age-old challenges of storytelling. “Just the sheer physical pain-in-the-ass quality of typing out a script in script format, with all the tabs, indents, caps and all that, probably kept 90% of people from writing a screenplay because the whole thing was so hard,” said writer and former “Cheers” showrunner Rob Long. Screenwriting programs like Final Draft and Write Brothers’ Movie Magic helped change all that.

  • Former Pixar CFO to head MGM board
    Tuesday December 28th 2010

    Former Pixar Chief Financial Officer Ann Mather is joining the board of directors of MGM Holdings Inc., which completed its restructuring earlier this week. MGM announced that Mather will serve as the lead director of the nine-member board and oversee governance of the studio, which received a $500 million cash infusion in “exit financing” as part of its restructuring.

  • Explosion on Uwe Boll movie set in B.C. injures six
    Thursday December 23rd 2010

    An explosion that reportedly happened on the set of German director Uwe Boll’s film Dungeon Seige 2 has injured six people. Ridge Meadows RCMP said emergency personnel were called to the site of the blast in Golden Ears Provincial Park at around 1 p.m. on December 21. “The explosion occurred[…]

  • Regina firms sue Hollywood producers over scuttled film project
    Thursday December 23rd 2010

    When the cameras stopped rolling on a motion picture in Saskatchewan, two local firms say they paid the price. Two Regina film companies have filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles-based company in an effort to recoup pre-production costs incurred when filming of a movie was halted in the Saskatchewan city.

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