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  • What does Kevin Smith’s Red State mean for independent film?
    Tuesday January 25th 2011

    Heading into Sundance, the film-nerd buzz had it that indie director Kevin Smith planned to auction off the distribution rights to his latest film, Red State, at its Sunday-night premiere. Fanboys hoping to see Harvey Weinstein himself lingering in the aisles, bargain-basement offer in hand, were disappointed, however, when Smith preempted the auction by selling the rights to himself, for $20.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/23/11 to 01/25/11
    Monday January 24th 2011

    FilmTotalNo Strings Attached, Par.$19,652,921The Green Hornet, Sony$17,677,565The Dilemma, Uni.$9,108,890The King’s Speech, Wein.$7,854,910True Grit, Par.$7,330,092Black Swan, FoxS$5,869,744Little Fockers, Uni.$4,320,090The Fighter, Par.$4,164,504Yogi Bear, WB$3,819,395Tron Legacy, BV$3,647,121

  • Sim Tech Fair a huge success
    Monday January 24th 2011

    Toronto’s Camera Operators, DP’s, Editors and Technicians jammed both floors of exhibits at the “Sim Technology Open House” last Thursday. The exhibits featured; Data Management, Cameras & Lenses, Lighting and Grip along with Post Production hardware and software. Ensuring the audience forgot about how cold it is this month, belly[…]

  • Canadians go big at Sundance
    Monday January 24th 2011

    Canadian films, including Oscar hopeful Incendies by Denis Villeneuve, are in abundance at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Villeneuve’s Incendies is Canada’s biggest gem at the 10-day festival, which launched on Thursday in Park City, Utah. The film, based on an acclaimed play by Lebanese-Canadian Wajdi Mouawad, is one of nine semifinalists for best foreign-language film at this year’s Oscars.

  • Machete Maidens Unleashed celebrates the three Bs: Blood, Breasts and Beasts
    Thursday January 20th 2011

    At a time when Hollywood budgets seem out of control and audience attendance is increasingly difficult to ensure, Machete Maidens Unleashed is a refreshing and unpretentious celebration of low-budget entertainment at its trashiest. Mark Hartley brings us a thoroughly engaging, no-holds-barred exploration of the blood-drenched and action-packed world of exploitation movies made in the Philippines in the’70s and’80s. 

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Archives for: January 20115
  • What does Kevin Smith’s Red State mean for independent film?
    Tuesday January 25th 2011

    Heading into Sundance, the film-nerd buzz had it that indie director Kevin Smith planned to auction off the distribution rights to his latest film, Red State, at its Sunday-night premiere. Fanboys hoping to see Harvey Weinstein himself lingering in the aisles, bargain-basement offer in hand, were disappointed, however, when Smith preempted the auction by selling the rights to himself, for $20.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/23/11 to 01/25/11
    Monday January 24th 2011

    FilmTotalNo Strings Attached, Par.$19,652,921The Green Hornet, Sony$17,677,565The Dilemma, Uni.$9,108,890The King’s Speech, Wein.$7,854,910True Grit, Par.$7,330,092Black Swan, FoxS$5,869,744Little Fockers, Uni.$4,320,090The Fighter, Par.$4,164,504Yogi Bear, WB$3,819,395Tron Legacy, BV$3,647,121

  • Sim Tech Fair a huge success
    Monday January 24th 2011

    Toronto’s Camera Operators, DP’s, Editors and Technicians jammed both floors of exhibits at the “Sim Technology Open House” last Thursday. The exhibits featured; Data Management, Cameras & Lenses, Lighting and Grip along with Post Production hardware and software. Ensuring the audience forgot about how cold it is this month, belly[…]

  • Canadians go big at Sundance
    Monday January 24th 2011

    Canadian films, including Oscar hopeful Incendies by Denis Villeneuve, are in abundance at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Villeneuve’s Incendies is Canada’s biggest gem at the 10-day festival, which launched on Thursday in Park City, Utah. The film, based on an acclaimed play by Lebanese-Canadian Wajdi Mouawad, is one of nine semifinalists for best foreign-language film at this year’s Oscars.

  • Machete Maidens Unleashed celebrates the three Bs: Blood, Breasts and Beasts
    Thursday January 20th 2011

    At a time when Hollywood budgets seem out of control and audience attendance is increasingly difficult to ensure, Machete Maidens Unleashed is a refreshing and unpretentious celebration of low-budget entertainment at its trashiest. Mark Hartley brings us a thoroughly engaging, no-holds-barred exploration of the blood-drenched and action-packed world of exploitation movies made in the Philippines in the’70s and’80s. 

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Archives for: January 20115
  • What does Kevin Smith’s Red State mean for independent film?
    Tuesday January 25th 2011

    Heading into Sundance, the film-nerd buzz had it that indie director Kevin Smith planned to auction off the distribution rights to his latest film, Red State, at its Sunday-night premiere. Fanboys hoping to see Harvey Weinstein himself lingering in the aisles, bargain-basement offer in hand, were disappointed, however, when Smith preempted the auction by selling the rights to himself, for $20.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 01/23/11 to 01/25/11
    Monday January 24th 2011

    FilmTotalNo Strings Attached, Par.$19,652,921The Green Hornet, Sony$17,677,565The Dilemma, Uni.$9,108,890The King’s Speech, Wein.$7,854,910True Grit, Par.$7,330,092Black Swan, FoxS$5,869,744Little Fockers, Uni.$4,320,090The Fighter, Par.$4,164,504Yogi Bear, WB$3,819,395Tron Legacy, BV$3,647,121

  • Sim Tech Fair a huge success
    Monday January 24th 2011

    Toronto’s Camera Operators, DP’s, Editors and Technicians jammed both floors of exhibits at the “Sim Technology Open House” last Thursday. The exhibits featured; Data Management, Cameras & Lenses, Lighting and Grip along with Post Production hardware and software. Ensuring the audience forgot about how cold it is this month, belly[…]

  • Canadians go big at Sundance
    Monday January 24th 2011

    Canadian films, including Oscar hopeful Incendies by Denis Villeneuve, are in abundance at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Villeneuve’s Incendies is Canada’s biggest gem at the 10-day festival, which launched on Thursday in Park City, Utah. The film, based on an acclaimed play by Lebanese-Canadian Wajdi Mouawad, is one of nine semifinalists for best foreign-language film at this year’s Oscars.

  • Machete Maidens Unleashed celebrates the three Bs: Blood, Breasts and Beasts
    Thursday January 20th 2011

    At a time when Hollywood budgets seem out of control and audience attendance is increasingly difficult to ensure, Machete Maidens Unleashed is a refreshing and unpretentious celebration of low-budget entertainment at its trashiest. Mark Hartley brings us a thoroughly engaging, no-holds-barred exploration of the blood-drenched and action-packed world of exploitation movies made in the Philippines in the’70s and’80s. 

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