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  • The King’s Speech wins big at Oscars
    Monday February 28th 2011

    It was promoted as “the young and hip Oscars,” but it was the traditional movie that walked away with the big prize. The King’s Speech, an historic epic about King George VI, the stammering ruler of England at the start of the Second World War, was named Sunday as best movie of the year. It also won the awards for best actor and best director. It won four Oscars in total.

  • Studios Fight Blockbuster for Millions in Unpaid Fees
    Thursday February 24th 2011

    Imax on Thursday reported record results for 2010, with revenues rising 45% to $249 million. CEO Rich Gelfond attributed the success to new business models that include a conversion to digital and revenue sharing with studios and theaters. “We believe we are the preeminent brand in entertainment technology,” he said.[…]

  • Studios Fight Blockbuster for Millions in Unpaid Fees
    Thursday February 24th 2011

    Studios are lining up to get what they can from bankrupt Blockbuster.

    On Wednesday, Universal Pictures joined 20th Century Fox and Summit Entertainment in submitting a claim for millions of dollars in unpaid fees. In Universal’s case, the DVD-rental chain owes the studio $6.4 million, according to a filing, and it is at risk for an additional $7 million due soon.

  • THE BRIEF: Musing on the big business of madness in the new millennium
    Wednesday February 23rd 2011

    It’s only a little over a decade into our new millennium, so it’s too soon to characterize it as the “Age of…” anything. If anything, it has so far been dominated by innovation in technology, the radicalization of human behavior, revolt in governments, climate tragedies, abuse of our natural resources, a global order in flux, and, for us media miners, a vast population more connected to their virtual lives than their real ones… 

  • PS honours Phyllis Laing with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Tuesday February 22nd 2011

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Phyllis Laing, President of Buffalo Gal Pictures in Winnipeg, is the recipient of the 2011 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Phyllis at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the[…]

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Archives for: February 20115
  • The King’s Speech wins big at Oscars
    Monday February 28th 2011

    It was promoted as “the young and hip Oscars,” but it was the traditional movie that walked away with the big prize. The King’s Speech, an historic epic about King George VI, the stammering ruler of England at the start of the Second World War, was named Sunday as best movie of the year. It also won the awards for best actor and best director. It won four Oscars in total.

  • Studios Fight Blockbuster for Millions in Unpaid Fees
    Thursday February 24th 2011

    Imax on Thursday reported record results for 2010, with revenues rising 45% to $249 million. CEO Rich Gelfond attributed the success to new business models that include a conversion to digital and revenue sharing with studios and theaters. “We believe we are the preeminent brand in entertainment technology,” he said.[…]

  • Studios Fight Blockbuster for Millions in Unpaid Fees
    Thursday February 24th 2011

    Studios are lining up to get what they can from bankrupt Blockbuster.

    On Wednesday, Universal Pictures joined 20th Century Fox and Summit Entertainment in submitting a claim for millions of dollars in unpaid fees. In Universal’s case, the DVD-rental chain owes the studio $6.4 million, according to a filing, and it is at risk for an additional $7 million due soon.

  • THE BRIEF: Musing on the big business of madness in the new millennium
    Wednesday February 23rd 2011

    It’s only a little over a decade into our new millennium, so it’s too soon to characterize it as the “Age of…” anything. If anything, it has so far been dominated by innovation in technology, the radicalization of human behavior, revolt in governments, climate tragedies, abuse of our natural resources, a global order in flux, and, for us media miners, a vast population more connected to their virtual lives than their real ones… 

  • PS honours Phyllis Laing with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Tuesday February 22nd 2011

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Phyllis Laing, President of Buffalo Gal Pictures in Winnipeg, is the recipient of the 2011 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Phyllis at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the[…]

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Archives for: February 20115
  • The King’s Speech wins big at Oscars
    Monday February 28th 2011

    It was promoted as “the young and hip Oscars,” but it was the traditional movie that walked away with the big prize. The King’s Speech, an historic epic about King George VI, the stammering ruler of England at the start of the Second World War, was named Sunday as best movie of the year. It also won the awards for best actor and best director. It won four Oscars in total.

  • Studios Fight Blockbuster for Millions in Unpaid Fees
    Thursday February 24th 2011

    Imax on Thursday reported record results for 2010, with revenues rising 45% to $249 million. CEO Rich Gelfond attributed the success to new business models that include a conversion to digital and revenue sharing with studios and theaters. “We believe we are the preeminent brand in entertainment technology,” he said.[…]

  • Studios Fight Blockbuster for Millions in Unpaid Fees
    Thursday February 24th 2011

    Studios are lining up to get what they can from bankrupt Blockbuster.

    On Wednesday, Universal Pictures joined 20th Century Fox and Summit Entertainment in submitting a claim for millions of dollars in unpaid fees. In Universal’s case, the DVD-rental chain owes the studio $6.4 million, according to a filing, and it is at risk for an additional $7 million due soon.

  • THE BRIEF: Musing on the big business of madness in the new millennium
    Wednesday February 23rd 2011

    It’s only a little over a decade into our new millennium, so it’s too soon to characterize it as the “Age of…” anything. If anything, it has so far been dominated by innovation in technology, the radicalization of human behavior, revolt in governments, climate tragedies, abuse of our natural resources, a global order in flux, and, for us media miners, a vast population more connected to their virtual lives than their real ones… 

  • PS honours Phyllis Laing with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Tuesday February 22nd 2011

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Phyllis Laing, President of Buffalo Gal Pictures in Winnipeg, is the recipient of the 2011 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Phyllis at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the[…]

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