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  • THE BRIEF: This holiday’s best sales and a must-have
    Wednesday December 08th 2010

    You can tell it’s Christmas in Canada. So many sales. The digital agency, Capital C, and Kenna, a data analytics firm, were bought by MDC, which earlier in the year acquired Zig and Allard Johnson, and merged them into U.S. firms CP+B and Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners.* And who knew TAXI was for sale? The Montreal agency that expanded its network in Canada, the United States, and Amsterdam, while taking the top three AOY spots over the past decade, just joined the big wide world of WPP this week.

  • Citytv anchor Mark Dailey dies
    Tuesday December 07th 2010

    Mark Dailey, anchor of Canadian news broadcast “CityNews,” died Dec. 6 of kidney cancer in a hospital in Toronto. He was 57. For more than 30 years, Dailey worked with Citytv delivering stories to the greater Toronto area. As an anchor for “CityNews at Six” and “CityNews Tonight,” Dailey became the voice of Toronto.

  • Whistler Film Festival 2010: The Whistleblower named best Canadian film
    Monday December 06th 2010

    Four days of the film festival frenzy otherwise known as the Whistler Film Festival culminated in an awards brunch ceremony this morning at the Whistler Conference Centre. Attendees assembled at the brunch, with Canadian film industry luminaries such as Atom Egoyan, Bruce Greenwood, Carl Bessai, Julia Kwan, andBruce McDonald in the audience. After introductory remarks by cofounder Shauna Mishaw Hardy and Whistler mayor Ken Melamed, the awards presentations got underway.

  • DGA Negotiations Go Into Overtime, Then Pause
    Monday December 06th 2010

    DGA and AMPTP negotiators seem to be struggling a bit. Their third week of talks continued into the weekend, but then discussions broke off Saturday evening. It’s understood that negotiators will be back at work on Monday. No word on the hang-up; the AMPTP and DGA refused to comment, citing[…]

  • ‘Blue Valentine’ Director Derek Cianfrance Talks About the MPAA Rating Flap
    Thursday December 02nd 2010

    Blue Valentine co-writer and director Derek Cianfrance spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at the Gotham Awards. THR: What projects do you have coming up in 2011? Cianfrance: I have a film called The Place Beyond the Pines, which is all about fathers and guns, and it has motorcycles and guns in it. One thing I wanted to do with Blue Valentine was to make a really violent film without guns in it. The next one will have guns, so it will be easier. No studio yet. We’re in the middle of financing it right now.

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Archives for: December 20105
  • THE BRIEF: This holiday’s best sales and a must-have
    Wednesday December 08th 2010

    You can tell it’s Christmas in Canada. So many sales. The digital agency, Capital C, and Kenna, a data analytics firm, were bought by MDC, which earlier in the year acquired Zig and Allard Johnson, and merged them into U.S. firms CP+B and Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners.* And who knew TAXI was for sale? The Montreal agency that expanded its network in Canada, the United States, and Amsterdam, while taking the top three AOY spots over the past decade, just joined the big wide world of WPP this week.

  • Citytv anchor Mark Dailey dies
    Tuesday December 07th 2010

    Mark Dailey, anchor of Canadian news broadcast “CityNews,” died Dec. 6 of kidney cancer in a hospital in Toronto. He was 57. For more than 30 years, Dailey worked with Citytv delivering stories to the greater Toronto area. As an anchor for “CityNews at Six” and “CityNews Tonight,” Dailey became the voice of Toronto.

  • Whistler Film Festival 2010: The Whistleblower named best Canadian film
    Monday December 06th 2010

    Four days of the film festival frenzy otherwise known as the Whistler Film Festival culminated in an awards brunch ceremony this morning at the Whistler Conference Centre. Attendees assembled at the brunch, with Canadian film industry luminaries such as Atom Egoyan, Bruce Greenwood, Carl Bessai, Julia Kwan, andBruce McDonald in the audience. After introductory remarks by cofounder Shauna Mishaw Hardy and Whistler mayor Ken Melamed, the awards presentations got underway.

  • DGA Negotiations Go Into Overtime, Then Pause
    Monday December 06th 2010

    DGA and AMPTP negotiators seem to be struggling a bit. Their third week of talks continued into the weekend, but then discussions broke off Saturday evening. It’s understood that negotiators will be back at work on Monday. No word on the hang-up; the AMPTP and DGA refused to comment, citing[…]

  • ‘Blue Valentine’ Director Derek Cianfrance Talks About the MPAA Rating Flap
    Thursday December 02nd 2010

    Blue Valentine co-writer and director Derek Cianfrance spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at the Gotham Awards. THR: What projects do you have coming up in 2011? Cianfrance: I have a film called The Place Beyond the Pines, which is all about fathers and guns, and it has motorcycles and guns in it. One thing I wanted to do with Blue Valentine was to make a really violent film without guns in it. The next one will have guns, so it will be easier. No studio yet. We’re in the middle of financing it right now.

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Archives for: December 20105
  • THE BRIEF: This holiday’s best sales and a must-have
    Wednesday December 08th 2010

    You can tell it’s Christmas in Canada. So many sales. The digital agency, Capital C, and Kenna, a data analytics firm, were bought by MDC, which earlier in the year acquired Zig and Allard Johnson, and merged them into U.S. firms CP+B and Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners.* And who knew TAXI was for sale? The Montreal agency that expanded its network in Canada, the United States, and Amsterdam, while taking the top three AOY spots over the past decade, just joined the big wide world of WPP this week.

  • Citytv anchor Mark Dailey dies
    Tuesday December 07th 2010

    Mark Dailey, anchor of Canadian news broadcast “CityNews,” died Dec. 6 of kidney cancer in a hospital in Toronto. He was 57. For more than 30 years, Dailey worked with Citytv delivering stories to the greater Toronto area. As an anchor for “CityNews at Six” and “CityNews Tonight,” Dailey became the voice of Toronto.

  • Whistler Film Festival 2010: The Whistleblower named best Canadian film
    Monday December 06th 2010

    Four days of the film festival frenzy otherwise known as the Whistler Film Festival culminated in an awards brunch ceremony this morning at the Whistler Conference Centre. Attendees assembled at the brunch, with Canadian film industry luminaries such as Atom Egoyan, Bruce Greenwood, Carl Bessai, Julia Kwan, andBruce McDonald in the audience. After introductory remarks by cofounder Shauna Mishaw Hardy and Whistler mayor Ken Melamed, the awards presentations got underway.

  • DGA Negotiations Go Into Overtime, Then Pause
    Monday December 06th 2010

    DGA and AMPTP negotiators seem to be struggling a bit. Their third week of talks continued into the weekend, but then discussions broke off Saturday evening. It’s understood that negotiators will be back at work on Monday. No word on the hang-up; the AMPTP and DGA refused to comment, citing[…]

  • ‘Blue Valentine’ Director Derek Cianfrance Talks About the MPAA Rating Flap
    Thursday December 02nd 2010

    Blue Valentine co-writer and director Derek Cianfrance spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at the Gotham Awards. THR: What projects do you have coming up in 2011? Cianfrance: I have a film called The Place Beyond the Pines, which is all about fathers and guns, and it has motorcycles and guns in it. One thing I wanted to do with Blue Valentine was to make a really violent film without guns in it. The next one will have guns, so it will be easier. No studio yet. We’re in the middle of financing it right now.

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