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  • New York film critics throw a curveball into the award race
    Monday October 24th 2011

    First came the political primaries. Now the Oscar race seems to be caught up in the leader-of-the-pack syndrome. The New York Film Critics Circle last week pulled a Florida, inching the date for its annual award selection for best films of the year to the front of the critics heap,[…]

  • Spielberg’s Tintin film targets new audiences
    Monday October 24th 2011

    Steven Spielberg’s computer animated 3D adaptation of Belgian comic book hero Tintin premiered in Brussels on Saturday, aiming to capture a new global audience for the adventures of the boy reporter with the trademark quiff. In The Adventures of Tintin – The Secret of the Unicorn, Spielberg, who directed blockbusters including Indiana Jones, E.T. and Jaws, aims to bridge the gap between Herge’s comics and the big screen by employing a technique similar to that deployed in James Cameron’s record-breaking Avatar.

  • Rogers Media Television celebrates extraordinary Canadians in a new original series
    Wednesday October 19th 2011

    Each episode of Extraordinary Canadians captures the relationship between writer and, subject, probing the distinctive link between the two. With revealing insights, each writer chronicles the life of a great Canadian from whom they have drawn inspiration. Iconic Canadians featured in this series include Glenn Gould, Emily Carr, Pierre Elliot[…]

  • BRANDS: Siri, Are You Selling More iPhones?
    Wednesday October 19th 2011

    That Apple has a hit phone isn’t a surprise. That the new iPhone has broken sales records without radical changes to hardware, however, is. Initial reaction to the iPhone 4S was one of crushing disappointment. It wasn’t an iPhone 5, as tech publications had led us to expect. It was mere upgrade to its current handset, albeit one that did everything incrementally better and faster.

  • How Attractive is Your Package? (Part 2)
    Tuesday October 18th 2011

    Chris Hastings, whose company specializes in feature packaging (including casting services and script coverage and development), took a moment out of his hectic festival schedule to speak with me. This is a continuation of part 1.

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Archives for: October 20115
  • New York film critics throw a curveball into the award race
    Monday October 24th 2011

    First came the political primaries. Now the Oscar race seems to be caught up in the leader-of-the-pack syndrome. The New York Film Critics Circle last week pulled a Florida, inching the date for its annual award selection for best films of the year to the front of the critics heap,[…]

  • Spielberg’s Tintin film targets new audiences
    Monday October 24th 2011

    Steven Spielberg’s computer animated 3D adaptation of Belgian comic book hero Tintin premiered in Brussels on Saturday, aiming to capture a new global audience for the adventures of the boy reporter with the trademark quiff. In The Adventures of Tintin – The Secret of the Unicorn, Spielberg, who directed blockbusters including Indiana Jones, E.T. and Jaws, aims to bridge the gap between Herge’s comics and the big screen by employing a technique similar to that deployed in James Cameron’s record-breaking Avatar.

  • Rogers Media Television celebrates extraordinary Canadians in a new original series
    Wednesday October 19th 2011

    Each episode of Extraordinary Canadians captures the relationship between writer and, subject, probing the distinctive link between the two. With revealing insights, each writer chronicles the life of a great Canadian from whom they have drawn inspiration. Iconic Canadians featured in this series include Glenn Gould, Emily Carr, Pierre Elliot[…]

  • BRANDS: Siri, Are You Selling More iPhones?
    Wednesday October 19th 2011

    That Apple has a hit phone isn’t a surprise. That the new iPhone has broken sales records without radical changes to hardware, however, is. Initial reaction to the iPhone 4S was one of crushing disappointment. It wasn’t an iPhone 5, as tech publications had led us to expect. It was mere upgrade to its current handset, albeit one that did everything incrementally better and faster.

  • How Attractive is Your Package? (Part 2)
    Tuesday October 18th 2011

    Chris Hastings, whose company specializes in feature packaging (including casting services and script coverage and development), took a moment out of his hectic festival schedule to speak with me. This is a continuation of part 1.

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Archives for: October 20115
  • New York film critics throw a curveball into the award race
    Monday October 24th 2011

    First came the political primaries. Now the Oscar race seems to be caught up in the leader-of-the-pack syndrome. The New York Film Critics Circle last week pulled a Florida, inching the date for its annual award selection for best films of the year to the front of the critics heap,[…]

  • Spielberg’s Tintin film targets new audiences
    Monday October 24th 2011

    Steven Spielberg’s computer animated 3D adaptation of Belgian comic book hero Tintin premiered in Brussels on Saturday, aiming to capture a new global audience for the adventures of the boy reporter with the trademark quiff. In The Adventures of Tintin – The Secret of the Unicorn, Spielberg, who directed blockbusters including Indiana Jones, E.T. and Jaws, aims to bridge the gap between Herge’s comics and the big screen by employing a technique similar to that deployed in James Cameron’s record-breaking Avatar.

  • Rogers Media Television celebrates extraordinary Canadians in a new original series
    Wednesday October 19th 2011

    Each episode of Extraordinary Canadians captures the relationship between writer and, subject, probing the distinctive link between the two. With revealing insights, each writer chronicles the life of a great Canadian from whom they have drawn inspiration. Iconic Canadians featured in this series include Glenn Gould, Emily Carr, Pierre Elliot[…]

  • BRANDS: Siri, Are You Selling More iPhones?
    Wednesday October 19th 2011

    That Apple has a hit phone isn’t a surprise. That the new iPhone has broken sales records without radical changes to hardware, however, is. Initial reaction to the iPhone 4S was one of crushing disappointment. It wasn’t an iPhone 5, as tech publications had led us to expect. It was mere upgrade to its current handset, albeit one that did everything incrementally better and faster.

  • How Attractive is Your Package? (Part 2)
    Tuesday October 18th 2011

    Chris Hastings, whose company specializes in feature packaging (including casting services and script coverage and development), took a moment out of his hectic festival schedule to speak with me. This is a continuation of part 1.

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