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  • Telefilm Canada announces its funding decisions: five diverse French-language feature-film projects are selected
    Thursday May 26th 2011

    MONTREAL, May 25, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ – Telefilm Canada is pleased to announce that five diverse French-language feature-film projects, of which one is a minority Canadian co-production, can move forward thanks to various production programs under the second round of the Canada Feature Film Fund’s selective component for 2011-2012. For[…]

  • Success of sci-fi horror ‘Splice’ earns Telefilm title of biggest moneymaker
    Thursday May 26th 2011

    “Splice,” the Canuck horror film starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody, has been named the highest-grossing Canadian film of 2010. Telefilm Canada presented director Vincenzo Natali and co-writer Doug Taylor with the Golden Box Office Award this morning at a Toronto genetics lab. The two men each receive a cheque for $20,000.

  • THE BRIEF: The ‘Maddening’ Millennials and the one business that just might be perfect for them
    Wednesday May 25th 2011

    They’re so high maintenance, we hire consultants just to help us deal with them. We thoroughly resent their audacious expectation for work/life balance. How long have they been working, 5 minutes? Their famous “sense of entitlement” literally drives us to smoke (again) – and all that self-esteem and optimism we (boomer parents) instilled in them because our parents didn’t – OMG! It stuck! An article in the Harvard Business Review entitled “Mentoring Millennials”* confirms our experience that this generation really does want “a constant stream of feedback.” And that they are in an unrealistic hurry for success and the respect that comes with it. But can you blame them? Just last Saturday the world was coming to an end!

  • UEA supports European internet television project
    Tuesday May 24th 2011

    A new internet television service is to begin for young people in the UK and Europe as part of a project led by the University of East Anglia (UEA). Young people will work with professional broadcasters and academics to create programmes reflecting their interests and showcasing their skills. The SeaMedia[…]

  • Iranian government protests Cannes Film Festival ban on Von Trier over Nazi remarks
    Tuesday May 24th 2011

    Iran says it has protested to the Cannes Film Festival over its decision to ban director Lars von Trier for saying he sympathized with Adolf Hitler. Iran’s semiofficial ISNA news agency says deputy culture minister Javad Shamaqdari wrote to festival president Gilles Jacob saying Cannes had smirched its history by expelling the director.

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Archives for: May 20115
  • Telefilm Canada announces its funding decisions: five diverse French-language feature-film projects are selected
    Thursday May 26th 2011

    MONTREAL, May 25, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ – Telefilm Canada is pleased to announce that five diverse French-language feature-film projects, of which one is a minority Canadian co-production, can move forward thanks to various production programs under the second round of the Canada Feature Film Fund’s selective component for 2011-2012. For[…]

  • Success of sci-fi horror ‘Splice’ earns Telefilm title of biggest moneymaker
    Thursday May 26th 2011

    “Splice,” the Canuck horror film starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody, has been named the highest-grossing Canadian film of 2010. Telefilm Canada presented director Vincenzo Natali and co-writer Doug Taylor with the Golden Box Office Award this morning at a Toronto genetics lab. The two men each receive a cheque for $20,000.

  • THE BRIEF: The ‘Maddening’ Millennials and the one business that just might be perfect for them
    Wednesday May 25th 2011

    They’re so high maintenance, we hire consultants just to help us deal with them. We thoroughly resent their audacious expectation for work/life balance. How long have they been working, 5 minutes? Their famous “sense of entitlement” literally drives us to smoke (again) – and all that self-esteem and optimism we (boomer parents) instilled in them because our parents didn’t – OMG! It stuck! An article in the Harvard Business Review entitled “Mentoring Millennials”* confirms our experience that this generation really does want “a constant stream of feedback.” And that they are in an unrealistic hurry for success and the respect that comes with it. But can you blame them? Just last Saturday the world was coming to an end!

  • UEA supports European internet television project
    Tuesday May 24th 2011

    A new internet television service is to begin for young people in the UK and Europe as part of a project led by the University of East Anglia (UEA). Young people will work with professional broadcasters and academics to create programmes reflecting their interests and showcasing their skills. The SeaMedia[…]

  • Iranian government protests Cannes Film Festival ban on Von Trier over Nazi remarks
    Tuesday May 24th 2011

    Iran says it has protested to the Cannes Film Festival over its decision to ban director Lars von Trier for saying he sympathized with Adolf Hitler. Iran’s semiofficial ISNA news agency says deputy culture minister Javad Shamaqdari wrote to festival president Gilles Jacob saying Cannes had smirched its history by expelling the director.

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Archives for: May 20115
  • Telefilm Canada announces its funding decisions: five diverse French-language feature-film projects are selected
    Thursday May 26th 2011

    MONTREAL, May 25, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ – Telefilm Canada is pleased to announce that five diverse French-language feature-film projects, of which one is a minority Canadian co-production, can move forward thanks to various production programs under the second round of the Canada Feature Film Fund’s selective component for 2011-2012. For[…]

  • Success of sci-fi horror ‘Splice’ earns Telefilm title of biggest moneymaker
    Thursday May 26th 2011

    “Splice,” the Canuck horror film starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody, has been named the highest-grossing Canadian film of 2010. Telefilm Canada presented director Vincenzo Natali and co-writer Doug Taylor with the Golden Box Office Award this morning at a Toronto genetics lab. The two men each receive a cheque for $20,000.

  • THE BRIEF: The ‘Maddening’ Millennials and the one business that just might be perfect for them
    Wednesday May 25th 2011

    They’re so high maintenance, we hire consultants just to help us deal with them. We thoroughly resent their audacious expectation for work/life balance. How long have they been working, 5 minutes? Their famous “sense of entitlement” literally drives us to smoke (again) – and all that self-esteem and optimism we (boomer parents) instilled in them because our parents didn’t – OMG! It stuck! An article in the Harvard Business Review entitled “Mentoring Millennials”* confirms our experience that this generation really does want “a constant stream of feedback.” And that they are in an unrealistic hurry for success and the respect that comes with it. But can you blame them? Just last Saturday the world was coming to an end!

  • UEA supports European internet television project
    Tuesday May 24th 2011

    A new internet television service is to begin for young people in the UK and Europe as part of a project led by the University of East Anglia (UEA). Young people will work with professional broadcasters and academics to create programmes reflecting their interests and showcasing their skills. The SeaMedia[…]

  • Iranian government protests Cannes Film Festival ban on Von Trier over Nazi remarks
    Tuesday May 24th 2011

    Iran says it has protested to the Cannes Film Festival over its decision to ban director Lars von Trier for saying he sympathized with Adolf Hitler. Iran’s semiofficial ISNA news agency says deputy culture minister Javad Shamaqdari wrote to festival president Gilles Jacob saying Cannes had smirched its history by expelling the director.

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