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  • ZTV acquires Sony Dealership
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    MISSISSAUGA, ON, - HD Source Inc. (A Division of ZTV Broadcast Services Inc.) and Sony of Canada, Professional Solutions Group are pleased to announce the appointment of HD Source Inc as an Authorized Professional Products Dealer. HD Source Inc. will be servicing the corporate communication, educational and medical imaging markets in and[…]

  • Jackson’s ‘Hobbit’ doubles film speed to 48 frames a second to cure blur, improve images
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    Peter Jackson is making his hobbits and dwarves march double-time in his “The Lord of the Rings” prequel, which he’s shooting in a faster film speed than the Hollywood standard. Jackson hopes the 48-frames-a-second rate – twice the 24 frames that has been the custom since the 1920s – will help bring about a gradual transition to faster speeds that can bring more life-like images and action to the screen.

  • Sundance new normal – strong films, cautious, steady buying
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    PARK CITY, Utah – The Sundance action is under way with numerous films sold or about to be sold, and indie buyers impressed by a crop of what they called intelligent and thoughtful films. It seems that the independent film world has finally gotten used to the new normal of[…]

  • Sundance Film Festival opens with 4 films and 4 inches of new snow
    Friday January 20th 2012

    A fresh dusting of snow over Park City heralded the opening of the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday. For 11 days every January, Sundance becomes the focal point of the independent film world as established directors and stars mix with up-and-coming talent, while theatrical distributors prowl the festival looking for the next indie hit and film lovers just have a good time being the first audiences to see new movies.

  • Canadian directors prepare for Sundance film fest
    Thursday January 19th 2012

    Canadian filmmakers are finalizing details before debuting their latest projects at the Sundance Film Festival, an important venue that puts independent movies into the international spotlight. “It’s a real honour to be accepted by Sundance.. one of the pre-eminent film festivals in the world,” Montreal filmmaker Yung Chang said of the annual indie movie celebration established by Robert Redford.

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Archives for: January 20125
  • ZTV acquires Sony Dealership
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    MISSISSAUGA, ON, - HD Source Inc. (A Division of ZTV Broadcast Services Inc.) and Sony of Canada, Professional Solutions Group are pleased to announce the appointment of HD Source Inc as an Authorized Professional Products Dealer. HD Source Inc. will be servicing the corporate communication, educational and medical imaging markets in and[…]

  • Jackson’s ‘Hobbit’ doubles film speed to 48 frames a second to cure blur, improve images
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    Peter Jackson is making his hobbits and dwarves march double-time in his “The Lord of the Rings” prequel, which he’s shooting in a faster film speed than the Hollywood standard. Jackson hopes the 48-frames-a-second rate – twice the 24 frames that has been the custom since the 1920s – will help bring about a gradual transition to faster speeds that can bring more life-like images and action to the screen.

  • Sundance new normal – strong films, cautious, steady buying
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    PARK CITY, Utah – The Sundance action is under way with numerous films sold or about to be sold, and indie buyers impressed by a crop of what they called intelligent and thoughtful films. It seems that the independent film world has finally gotten used to the new normal of[…]

  • Sundance Film Festival opens with 4 films and 4 inches of new snow
    Friday January 20th 2012

    A fresh dusting of snow over Park City heralded the opening of the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday. For 11 days every January, Sundance becomes the focal point of the independent film world as established directors and stars mix with up-and-coming talent, while theatrical distributors prowl the festival looking for the next indie hit and film lovers just have a good time being the first audiences to see new movies.

  • Canadian directors prepare for Sundance film fest
    Thursday January 19th 2012

    Canadian filmmakers are finalizing details before debuting their latest projects at the Sundance Film Festival, an important venue that puts independent movies into the international spotlight. “It’s a real honour to be accepted by Sundance.. one of the pre-eminent film festivals in the world,” Montreal filmmaker Yung Chang said of the annual indie movie celebration established by Robert Redford.

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Archives for: January 20125
  • ZTV acquires Sony Dealership
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    MISSISSAUGA, ON, - HD Source Inc. (A Division of ZTV Broadcast Services Inc.) and Sony of Canada, Professional Solutions Group are pleased to announce the appointment of HD Source Inc as an Authorized Professional Products Dealer. HD Source Inc. will be servicing the corporate communication, educational and medical imaging markets in and[…]

  • Jackson’s ‘Hobbit’ doubles film speed to 48 frames a second to cure blur, improve images
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    Peter Jackson is making his hobbits and dwarves march double-time in his “The Lord of the Rings” prequel, which he’s shooting in a faster film speed than the Hollywood standard. Jackson hopes the 48-frames-a-second rate – twice the 24 frames that has been the custom since the 1920s – will help bring about a gradual transition to faster speeds that can bring more life-like images and action to the screen.

  • Sundance new normal – strong films, cautious, steady buying
    Tuesday January 24th 2012

    PARK CITY, Utah – The Sundance action is under way with numerous films sold or about to be sold, and indie buyers impressed by a crop of what they called intelligent and thoughtful films. It seems that the independent film world has finally gotten used to the new normal of[…]

  • Sundance Film Festival opens with 4 films and 4 inches of new snow
    Friday January 20th 2012

    A fresh dusting of snow over Park City heralded the opening of the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday. For 11 days every January, Sundance becomes the focal point of the independent film world as established directors and stars mix with up-and-coming talent, while theatrical distributors prowl the festival looking for the next indie hit and film lovers just have a good time being the first audiences to see new movies.

  • Canadian directors prepare for Sundance film fest
    Thursday January 19th 2012

    Canadian filmmakers are finalizing details before debuting their latest projects at the Sundance Film Festival, an important venue that puts independent movies into the international spotlight. “It’s a real honour to be accepted by Sundance.. one of the pre-eminent film festivals in the world,” Montreal filmmaker Yung Chang said of the annual indie movie celebration established by Robert Redford.

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