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  • New Miramax CEO Mike Lang Sets Sights on Digital Deals With Google, Netflix
    Monday December 13th 2010

    New Miramax CEO Michael Lang and his team are looking at striking a slew of digital deals for the studio’s library, and the company is also in talks with the Weinstein Co. about a partnership that would handle jointly-owned rights, the New York Post reported Friday. The Weinstein Co., owned[…]

  • AFI Snubs Kidman, Scorsese, Williams, Coppola for Spoilers ‘The Town’ and ‘The Fighter’
    Monday December 13th 2010

    Like Cary Grant dumping ice water on Rita Hayworth’s head in Only Angels Have Wings, the American Film Institute Awards’ top 10 of 2010 put a chill on some warming-up Oscar hopefuls. AFI ignored Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, Nicole Kidman’s Rabbit Hole, Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island and Michelle Williams’ Blue Valentine. Instead, AFI rounded up some usual suspects: The Social Network, Black Swan, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, Winter’s Bone and 127 Hours.

  • REVIEWED – Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer
    Friday December 10th 2010

    “It’s a classic tale of an individual who appears to have been caught by hubris… It goes back to Greek mythology. It’s not a new story,” says Eliot Spitzer to the camera. He’s right. The story of a man with wealth and power who gets caught with a prostitute is not a new one. We’ve all seen it before. We’ve seen it ad nauseam. So why watch this one? Well, perhaps because Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer is directed by Oscar-winning documentary writer-director, Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, 2007); or perhaps because the canny director uses this story only as a backdrop to a much more interesting story.

  • CTV in B.C. gains two new anchors
    Thursday December 09th 2010

    CTV B.C.’s popular weather personality and an award-winning journalist are taking over the station’s 6 p.m. anchor seats. The media organization announced Wednesday that Tamara Taggart, 42, and Mike Killeen, 48, will step in after Bill Good and Pamela Martin both resigned. The new team takes over on Jan. 3.[…]

  • James Cameron making 3D film on Cirque du Soleil
    Thursday December 09th 2010

    As if he’s not busy enough making two new Avatar films, James Cameron, pictured, will produce a new 3-D film following gravity-defying Cirque du Soleil productions currently in production in Las Vegas, according to Deadline.com.

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Archives for: December 20105
  • New Miramax CEO Mike Lang Sets Sights on Digital Deals With Google, Netflix
    Monday December 13th 2010

    New Miramax CEO Michael Lang and his team are looking at striking a slew of digital deals for the studio’s library, and the company is also in talks with the Weinstein Co. about a partnership that would handle jointly-owned rights, the New York Post reported Friday. The Weinstein Co., owned[…]

  • AFI Snubs Kidman, Scorsese, Williams, Coppola for Spoilers ‘The Town’ and ‘The Fighter’
    Monday December 13th 2010

    Like Cary Grant dumping ice water on Rita Hayworth’s head in Only Angels Have Wings, the American Film Institute Awards’ top 10 of 2010 put a chill on some warming-up Oscar hopefuls. AFI ignored Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, Nicole Kidman’s Rabbit Hole, Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island and Michelle Williams’ Blue Valentine. Instead, AFI rounded up some usual suspects: The Social Network, Black Swan, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, Winter’s Bone and 127 Hours.

  • REVIEWED – Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer
    Friday December 10th 2010

    “It’s a classic tale of an individual who appears to have been caught by hubris… It goes back to Greek mythology. It’s not a new story,” says Eliot Spitzer to the camera. He’s right. The story of a man with wealth and power who gets caught with a prostitute is not a new one. We’ve all seen it before. We’ve seen it ad nauseam. So why watch this one? Well, perhaps because Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer is directed by Oscar-winning documentary writer-director, Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, 2007); or perhaps because the canny director uses this story only as a backdrop to a much more interesting story.

  • CTV in B.C. gains two new anchors
    Thursday December 09th 2010

    CTV B.C.’s popular weather personality and an award-winning journalist are taking over the station’s 6 p.m. anchor seats. The media organization announced Wednesday that Tamara Taggart, 42, and Mike Killeen, 48, will step in after Bill Good and Pamela Martin both resigned. The new team takes over on Jan. 3.[…]

  • James Cameron making 3D film on Cirque du Soleil
    Thursday December 09th 2010

    As if he’s not busy enough making two new Avatar films, James Cameron, pictured, will produce a new 3-D film following gravity-defying Cirque du Soleil productions currently in production in Las Vegas, according to Deadline.com.

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Archives for: December 20105
  • New Miramax CEO Mike Lang Sets Sights on Digital Deals With Google, Netflix
    Monday December 13th 2010

    New Miramax CEO Michael Lang and his team are looking at striking a slew of digital deals for the studio’s library, and the company is also in talks with the Weinstein Co. about a partnership that would handle jointly-owned rights, the New York Post reported Friday. The Weinstein Co., owned[…]

  • AFI Snubs Kidman, Scorsese, Williams, Coppola for Spoilers ‘The Town’ and ‘The Fighter’
    Monday December 13th 2010

    Like Cary Grant dumping ice water on Rita Hayworth’s head in Only Angels Have Wings, the American Film Institute Awards’ top 10 of 2010 put a chill on some warming-up Oscar hopefuls. AFI ignored Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, Nicole Kidman’s Rabbit Hole, Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island and Michelle Williams’ Blue Valentine. Instead, AFI rounded up some usual suspects: The Social Network, Black Swan, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, Winter’s Bone and 127 Hours.

  • REVIEWED – Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer
    Friday December 10th 2010

    “It’s a classic tale of an individual who appears to have been caught by hubris… It goes back to Greek mythology. It’s not a new story,” says Eliot Spitzer to the camera. He’s right. The story of a man with wealth and power who gets caught with a prostitute is not a new one. We’ve all seen it before. We’ve seen it ad nauseam. So why watch this one? Well, perhaps because Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer is directed by Oscar-winning documentary writer-director, Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, 2007); or perhaps because the canny director uses this story only as a backdrop to a much more interesting story.

  • CTV in B.C. gains two new anchors
    Thursday December 09th 2010

    CTV B.C.’s popular weather personality and an award-winning journalist are taking over the station’s 6 p.m. anchor seats. The media organization announced Wednesday that Tamara Taggart, 42, and Mike Killeen, 48, will step in after Bill Good and Pamela Martin both resigned. The new team takes over on Jan. 3.[…]

  • James Cameron making 3D film on Cirque du Soleil
    Thursday December 09th 2010

    As if he’s not busy enough making two new Avatar films, James Cameron, pictured, will produce a new 3-D film following gravity-defying Cirque du Soleil productions currently in production in Las Vegas, according to Deadline.com.

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