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  • Five years in, Twitter seeks PR help
    Wednesday August 31st 2011

    Even social-media companies need a dose of good old-fashioned PR. Twitter is on the hunt for an agency to help it through its next stage of growth, Ad Age has learned. Twitter is currently in talks with a mix of large and small PR firms with offices in New York,[…]

  • Allegations of corruption surface at one of Toronto’s most established Film Services businesses
    Tuesday August 30th 2011

    Founded in 1963, William F. White International (WFW) is Canada’s oldest and largest provider of motion picture, television and theatrical production equipment. In a shocking development, the company has filed suit against two of its former top executives, Bill White Jr. and Larry Sacchetti.

  • Belgian film takes top Montreal festival prize
    Tuesday August 30th 2011

    Belgian film Hasta La Vista took top honours at the Montreal World Film Festival as the 35th version of the international film festival closed Sunday. The film directed by Geoffrey Enthoven won the coveted Grand prix des Americas.

  • Highly anticipated original series begins production in Toronto
    Friday August 26th 2011

    Global Television, Entertainment One (eOne), Sony Pictures Television Networks and NBC have announced the highly anticipated drama series The Firm began production last week in Toronto. The one-hour series will be simulcast on both Global and NBC in 2012 (premiere date TBC).

  • Interview with Director Billy Corben on His New Film, Limelight (Part 2)
    Thursday August 25th 2011

    The Limelight was one of New York’s most famous nightclubs, but beneath its glamour and celebrity was an underworld of drugs, betrayal and murder. In the latest documentary out of Rakontur, we follow Limelight’s creator Peter Gatien through his career and the business of clubbing that led to his downfall and deportation back to Canada.

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Archives for: August 20115
  • Five years in, Twitter seeks PR help
    Wednesday August 31st 2011

    Even social-media companies need a dose of good old-fashioned PR. Twitter is on the hunt for an agency to help it through its next stage of growth, Ad Age has learned. Twitter is currently in talks with a mix of large and small PR firms with offices in New York,[…]

  • Allegations of corruption surface at one of Toronto’s most established Film Services businesses
    Tuesday August 30th 2011

    Founded in 1963, William F. White International (WFW) is Canada’s oldest and largest provider of motion picture, television and theatrical production equipment. In a shocking development, the company has filed suit against two of its former top executives, Bill White Jr. and Larry Sacchetti.

  • Belgian film takes top Montreal festival prize
    Tuesday August 30th 2011

    Belgian film Hasta La Vista took top honours at the Montreal World Film Festival as the 35th version of the international film festival closed Sunday. The film directed by Geoffrey Enthoven won the coveted Grand prix des Americas.

  • Highly anticipated original series begins production in Toronto
    Friday August 26th 2011

    Global Television, Entertainment One (eOne), Sony Pictures Television Networks and NBC have announced the highly anticipated drama series The Firm began production last week in Toronto. The one-hour series will be simulcast on both Global and NBC in 2012 (premiere date TBC).

  • Interview with Director Billy Corben on His New Film, Limelight (Part 2)
    Thursday August 25th 2011

    The Limelight was one of New York’s most famous nightclubs, but beneath its glamour and celebrity was an underworld of drugs, betrayal and murder. In the latest documentary out of Rakontur, we follow Limelight’s creator Peter Gatien through his career and the business of clubbing that led to his downfall and deportation back to Canada.

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Archives for: August 20115
  • Five years in, Twitter seeks PR help
    Wednesday August 31st 2011

    Even social-media companies need a dose of good old-fashioned PR. Twitter is on the hunt for an agency to help it through its next stage of growth, Ad Age has learned. Twitter is currently in talks with a mix of large and small PR firms with offices in New York,[…]

  • Allegations of corruption surface at one of Toronto’s most established Film Services businesses
    Tuesday August 30th 2011

    Founded in 1963, William F. White International (WFW) is Canada’s oldest and largest provider of motion picture, television and theatrical production equipment. In a shocking development, the company has filed suit against two of its former top executives, Bill White Jr. and Larry Sacchetti.

  • Belgian film takes top Montreal festival prize
    Tuesday August 30th 2011

    Belgian film Hasta La Vista took top honours at the Montreal World Film Festival as the 35th version of the international film festival closed Sunday. The film directed by Geoffrey Enthoven won the coveted Grand prix des Americas.

  • Highly anticipated original series begins production in Toronto
    Friday August 26th 2011

    Global Television, Entertainment One (eOne), Sony Pictures Television Networks and NBC have announced the highly anticipated drama series The Firm began production last week in Toronto. The one-hour series will be simulcast on both Global and NBC in 2012 (premiere date TBC).

  • Interview with Director Billy Corben on His New Film, Limelight (Part 2)
    Thursday August 25th 2011

    The Limelight was one of New York’s most famous nightclubs, but beneath its glamour and celebrity was an underworld of drugs, betrayal and murder. In the latest documentary out of Rakontur, we follow Limelight’s creator Peter Gatien through his career and the business of clubbing that led to his downfall and deportation back to Canada.

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