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  • Brian Grazer set to replace Brett Ratner as Oscar Producer after fallout
    Thursday November 10th 2011

    Brian Grazer has accepted the Oscar producing gig and will step in to replace Brett Ratner as producer of the 84th Academy Awards. Sources confirmed that an official press release is forthcoming. As THR first reported, Academy President Tom Sherak moved quickly to reboot the venerable awards show, which has lost one of its producers as well as host Eddie Murphy, who announced Wednesday that he is withdrawing from the show in the wake of Ratner’s departure.

  • 3D: The Revolution is Now
    Wednesday November 09th 2011

    Imagine your pitch with the newest of digital technologies on offer. Imagine your ideas, your company, sauntering confidently toward success, clients and peers alike wowed by your ingenuity, your creative chutzpah. Imagine chatting about all this on a glorious beachside patio in Cannes until the wee hours, swapping stories with some of the smartest, most creative agencies and brands on the face of the globe, yours included. 

  • ImagineNATIVE Festival: Growth and Promise
    Tuesday November 08th 2011

    The 2011 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival was held this year at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, a new venue for the festival and a far cry from the small, uncomfortable theatre at the JCC. The festival celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples on the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and new media. Works accepted reflect the diversity of the world’s Indigenous nations and illustrate the vitality and excellence of native art and culture in contemporary media. This year Canadian and Indigenous icon Buffy Sainte-Marie, almost eclipsed the entire festival as she appeared to give a special performance and participate in a panel discussion at the festival.

  • Ebert says TV show may end if no financing found soon
    Tuesday November 08th 2011

    Veteran film critic Roger Ebert said that his “At the Movies” television show will leave the airways at the end of the current season unless funding is found in the coming days to continue financing it. Noting that he and his wife, co-producer Chaz Ebert, have been funding “Ebert Presents” on public television channel PBSalmost entirely by themselves since it premiered in January, Ebert wrote on his blog “we can’t afford to do the show any longer.”

  • Oscar-winner Paul Haggis to help budding filmmakers at Canadian Film Centre
    Monday November 07th 2011

    Oscar-winning filmmaker Paul Haggis is joining the Canadian Film Centre to help up-and-coming moviemakers. The CFC announced this morning that Haggis will serve as chair of the centre’s film programs.

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  • Brian Grazer set to replace Brett Ratner as Oscar Producer after fallout
    Thursday November 10th 2011

    Brian Grazer has accepted the Oscar producing gig and will step in to replace Brett Ratner as producer of the 84th Academy Awards. Sources confirmed that an official press release is forthcoming. As THR first reported, Academy President Tom Sherak moved quickly to reboot the venerable awards show, which has lost one of its producers as well as host Eddie Murphy, who announced Wednesday that he is withdrawing from the show in the wake of Ratner’s departure.

  • 3D: The Revolution is Now
    Wednesday November 09th 2011

    Imagine your pitch with the newest of digital technologies on offer. Imagine your ideas, your company, sauntering confidently toward success, clients and peers alike wowed by your ingenuity, your creative chutzpah. Imagine chatting about all this on a glorious beachside patio in Cannes until the wee hours, swapping stories with some of the smartest, most creative agencies and brands on the face of the globe, yours included. 

  • ImagineNATIVE Festival: Growth and Promise
    Tuesday November 08th 2011

    The 2011 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival was held this year at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, a new venue for the festival and a far cry from the small, uncomfortable theatre at the JCC. The festival celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples on the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and new media. Works accepted reflect the diversity of the world’s Indigenous nations and illustrate the vitality and excellence of native art and culture in contemporary media. This year Canadian and Indigenous icon Buffy Sainte-Marie, almost eclipsed the entire festival as she appeared to give a special performance and participate in a panel discussion at the festival.

  • Ebert says TV show may end if no financing found soon
    Tuesday November 08th 2011

    Veteran film critic Roger Ebert said that his “At the Movies” television show will leave the airways at the end of the current season unless funding is found in the coming days to continue financing it. Noting that he and his wife, co-producer Chaz Ebert, have been funding “Ebert Presents” on public television channel PBSalmost entirely by themselves since it premiered in January, Ebert wrote on his blog “we can’t afford to do the show any longer.”

  • Oscar-winner Paul Haggis to help budding filmmakers at Canadian Film Centre
    Monday November 07th 2011

    Oscar-winning filmmaker Paul Haggis is joining the Canadian Film Centre to help up-and-coming moviemakers. The CFC announced this morning that Haggis will serve as chair of the centre’s film programs.

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Archives for: November 20115
  • Brian Grazer set to replace Brett Ratner as Oscar Producer after fallout
    Thursday November 10th 2011

    Brian Grazer has accepted the Oscar producing gig and will step in to replace Brett Ratner as producer of the 84th Academy Awards. Sources confirmed that an official press release is forthcoming. As THR first reported, Academy President Tom Sherak moved quickly to reboot the venerable awards show, which has lost one of its producers as well as host Eddie Murphy, who announced Wednesday that he is withdrawing from the show in the wake of Ratner’s departure.

  • 3D: The Revolution is Now
    Wednesday November 09th 2011

    Imagine your pitch with the newest of digital technologies on offer. Imagine your ideas, your company, sauntering confidently toward success, clients and peers alike wowed by your ingenuity, your creative chutzpah. Imagine chatting about all this on a glorious beachside patio in Cannes until the wee hours, swapping stories with some of the smartest, most creative agencies and brands on the face of the globe, yours included. 

  • ImagineNATIVE Festival: Growth and Promise
    Tuesday November 08th 2011

    The 2011 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival was held this year at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, a new venue for the festival and a far cry from the small, uncomfortable theatre at the JCC. The festival celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples on the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and new media. Works accepted reflect the diversity of the world’s Indigenous nations and illustrate the vitality and excellence of native art and culture in contemporary media. This year Canadian and Indigenous icon Buffy Sainte-Marie, almost eclipsed the entire festival as she appeared to give a special performance and participate in a panel discussion at the festival.

  • Ebert says TV show may end if no financing found soon
    Tuesday November 08th 2011

    Veteran film critic Roger Ebert said that his “At the Movies” television show will leave the airways at the end of the current season unless funding is found in the coming days to continue financing it. Noting that he and his wife, co-producer Chaz Ebert, have been funding “Ebert Presents” on public television channel PBSalmost entirely by themselves since it premiered in January, Ebert wrote on his blog “we can’t afford to do the show any longer.”

  • Oscar-winner Paul Haggis to help budding filmmakers at Canadian Film Centre
    Monday November 07th 2011

    Oscar-winning filmmaker Paul Haggis is joining the Canadian Film Centre to help up-and-coming moviemakers. The CFC announced this morning that Haggis will serve as chair of the centre’s film programs.

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