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  • REVIEWED – Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
    Friday December 17th 2010

    Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews is the latest film directed by Gemini Award winning filmmaker Francine Pelletier, and produced by Motsjo Inc., a Montreal-based film production company owned by Pelletier and David Sherman. The film offers an ever so brief glimpse into the life of one of Canada’s most pugnacious literary geniuses. Richler was part of a group of great Jewish writers and intellectuals, the “Wild Jews”, famous for their cutting wit and fondness for troublemaking, who would go on to become some of the most important writers of their generation.

  • THE BRIEF: Please Sir, I want some more. On TAXI selling itself.
    Wednesday December 15th 2010

    TAXI, the agency which opened its doors in Montreal in 1992, based on the now quaint notion that …all you need is four people to start a successful agency – a great creative team, a good suit and a client, all of whom can fit in a taxi – discovered that its distinct brand of creativity soon needed a fleet. So it moved its headquarters from Montreal to new headquarters in Toronto and then opened TAXI 2 (1992, 2006), it opened in New York (2004), Calgary (2005), Vancouver (2007), and in Amsterdam (2009). It now employs around 400 people. The TAXI needs a limo.

  • NAB promotes over-the-air TV on TV
    Tuesday December 14th 2010

    WASHINGTON – The National Association of Broadcasters unveiled a new on-air campaign promoting broadcast television. The campaign, comprised of 30-second television and radio ads, was previewed today as part of a membership-wide Webcast from NAB’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. The lobby is making its “Future of TV” spot available to[…]

  • Netflix Canada signs TV Licensing Deals
    Tuesday December 14th 2010

    TORONTO – Not to leave its Canadian subscribers too out in the cold with U.S. TV shows available only to Netflix’s American subscribers, the U.S. video streaming giant has added a raft of Canadian and U.S. programming to its Canuck online video subscription service. Netflix Canada said it has snagged[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 12/10/10 to 12/12/10
    Monday December 13th 2010

    FilmTotalThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Fox$24,005,069The Tourist, Sony$16,472,458Tangled, BV$14,331,687Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, WB$8,484,316Unstoppable, Fox$3,705,966Black Swan, FoxS$3,305,368Burlesque, SGem$3,166,613Love and Other Drugs, Fox$2,981,509Due Date, WB$2,581,147Megamind, P/DW$2,526,824

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Archives for: December 20105
  • REVIEWED – Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
    Friday December 17th 2010

    Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews is the latest film directed by Gemini Award winning filmmaker Francine Pelletier, and produced by Motsjo Inc., a Montreal-based film production company owned by Pelletier and David Sherman. The film offers an ever so brief glimpse into the life of one of Canada’s most pugnacious literary geniuses. Richler was part of a group of great Jewish writers and intellectuals, the “Wild Jews”, famous for their cutting wit and fondness for troublemaking, who would go on to become some of the most important writers of their generation.

  • THE BRIEF: Please Sir, I want some more. On TAXI selling itself.
    Wednesday December 15th 2010

    TAXI, the agency which opened its doors in Montreal in 1992, based on the now quaint notion that …all you need is four people to start a successful agency – a great creative team, a good suit and a client, all of whom can fit in a taxi – discovered that its distinct brand of creativity soon needed a fleet. So it moved its headquarters from Montreal to new headquarters in Toronto and then opened TAXI 2 (1992, 2006), it opened in New York (2004), Calgary (2005), Vancouver (2007), and in Amsterdam (2009). It now employs around 400 people. The TAXI needs a limo.

  • NAB promotes over-the-air TV on TV
    Tuesday December 14th 2010

    WASHINGTON – The National Association of Broadcasters unveiled a new on-air campaign promoting broadcast television. The campaign, comprised of 30-second television and radio ads, was previewed today as part of a membership-wide Webcast from NAB’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. The lobby is making its “Future of TV” spot available to[…]

  • Netflix Canada signs TV Licensing Deals
    Tuesday December 14th 2010

    TORONTO – Not to leave its Canadian subscribers too out in the cold with U.S. TV shows available only to Netflix’s American subscribers, the U.S. video streaming giant has added a raft of Canadian and U.S. programming to its Canuck online video subscription service. Netflix Canada said it has snagged[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 12/10/10 to 12/12/10
    Monday December 13th 2010

    FilmTotalThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Fox$24,005,069The Tourist, Sony$16,472,458Tangled, BV$14,331,687Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, WB$8,484,316Unstoppable, Fox$3,705,966Black Swan, FoxS$3,305,368Burlesque, SGem$3,166,613Love and Other Drugs, Fox$2,981,509Due Date, WB$2,581,147Megamind, P/DW$2,526,824

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Archives for: December 20105
  • REVIEWED – Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
    Friday December 17th 2010

    Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews is the latest film directed by Gemini Award winning filmmaker Francine Pelletier, and produced by Motsjo Inc., a Montreal-based film production company owned by Pelletier and David Sherman. The film offers an ever so brief glimpse into the life of one of Canada’s most pugnacious literary geniuses. Richler was part of a group of great Jewish writers and intellectuals, the “Wild Jews”, famous for their cutting wit and fondness for troublemaking, who would go on to become some of the most important writers of their generation.

  • THE BRIEF: Please Sir, I want some more. On TAXI selling itself.
    Wednesday December 15th 2010

    TAXI, the agency which opened its doors in Montreal in 1992, based on the now quaint notion that …all you need is four people to start a successful agency – a great creative team, a good suit and a client, all of whom can fit in a taxi – discovered that its distinct brand of creativity soon needed a fleet. So it moved its headquarters from Montreal to new headquarters in Toronto and then opened TAXI 2 (1992, 2006), it opened in New York (2004), Calgary (2005), Vancouver (2007), and in Amsterdam (2009). It now employs around 400 people. The TAXI needs a limo.

  • NAB promotes over-the-air TV on TV
    Tuesday December 14th 2010

    WASHINGTON – The National Association of Broadcasters unveiled a new on-air campaign promoting broadcast television. The campaign, comprised of 30-second television and radio ads, was previewed today as part of a membership-wide Webcast from NAB’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. The lobby is making its “Future of TV” spot available to[…]

  • Netflix Canada signs TV Licensing Deals
    Tuesday December 14th 2010

    TORONTO – Not to leave its Canadian subscribers too out in the cold with U.S. TV shows available only to Netflix’s American subscribers, the U.S. video streaming giant has added a raft of Canadian and U.S. programming to its Canuck online video subscription service. Netflix Canada said it has snagged[…]

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 12/10/10 to 12/12/10
    Monday December 13th 2010

    FilmTotalThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Fox$24,005,069The Tourist, Sony$16,472,458Tangled, BV$14,331,687Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, WB$8,484,316Unstoppable, Fox$3,705,966Black Swan, FoxS$3,305,368Burlesque, SGem$3,166,613Love and Other Drugs, Fox$2,981,509Due Date, WB$2,581,147Megamind, P/DW$2,526,824

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