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  • Film director James Cameron visits Earth’s deepest point
    Tuesday March 27th 2012

    Honolulu – Hollywood director James Cameron completed his journey to Earth’s deepest point – exploring his surroundings and, of course, filming them before returning to the ocean’s surface. The director of “Titanic,” “Avatar” and other films used a specially designed submarine to dive nearly seven miles to the bottom of[…]

  • William F. White Int’l Announces Launch of New Education & Training Department Empowering The Next Generation of Canadian Filmmakers
    Tuesday March 27th 2012

    Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), have announced the launch of Whites Education & Training, a new department at WFW specifically dedicated to the empowerment of Canada’s production crews and emerging filmmakers. The new department, spearheaded by Whites[…]

  • Loss of tax credit ‘death blow’ to Saskatchewan film industry
    Friday March 23rd 2012

    The termination of the film employment tax credit in Wednesday’s provincial budget is a “death blow” to movie and television production in the province, industry members say. As of April 1, the Saskatchewan Party government will no longer accept applications for the credit, though it will honour existing registrations. Anand Ramayya of Saskatoon’s Karma Film said the change will force him to move his family and business elsewhere.

  • B.C. film industry looks for reclassification
    Thursday March 22nd 2012

    B.C.’s film and television production industry wants the provincial government to classify it as a manufacturer to help mitigate the impact of the controversial HST’s demise next year. According to an industry executive, the move would put it on a more even footing with Ontario and provide tax relief when[…]

  • Film tax credit cut in Saskatchewan budget
    Thursday March 22nd 2012

    REGINA - Saskatchewan’s government is cutting the Film Employment Tax Credit as part of its new budget, which was released Wednesday. As of April 1, the government will no longer be accepting applications for the program, though it will honour productions already registered and issue the relevant tax credits, according[…]

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Archives for: March 20125
  • Film director James Cameron visits Earth’s deepest point
    Tuesday March 27th 2012

    Honolulu – Hollywood director James Cameron completed his journey to Earth’s deepest point – exploring his surroundings and, of course, filming them before returning to the ocean’s surface. The director of “Titanic,” “Avatar” and other films used a specially designed submarine to dive nearly seven miles to the bottom of[…]

  • William F. White Int’l Announces Launch of New Education & Training Department Empowering The Next Generation of Canadian Filmmakers
    Tuesday March 27th 2012

    Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), have announced the launch of Whites Education & Training, a new department at WFW specifically dedicated to the empowerment of Canada’s production crews and emerging filmmakers. The new department, spearheaded by Whites[…]

  • Loss of tax credit ‘death blow’ to Saskatchewan film industry
    Friday March 23rd 2012

    The termination of the film employment tax credit in Wednesday’s provincial budget is a “death blow” to movie and television production in the province, industry members say. As of April 1, the Saskatchewan Party government will no longer accept applications for the credit, though it will honour existing registrations. Anand Ramayya of Saskatoon’s Karma Film said the change will force him to move his family and business elsewhere.

  • B.C. film industry looks for reclassification
    Thursday March 22nd 2012

    B.C.’s film and television production industry wants the provincial government to classify it as a manufacturer to help mitigate the impact of the controversial HST’s demise next year. According to an industry executive, the move would put it on a more even footing with Ontario and provide tax relief when[…]

  • Film tax credit cut in Saskatchewan budget
    Thursday March 22nd 2012

    REGINA - Saskatchewan’s government is cutting the Film Employment Tax Credit as part of its new budget, which was released Wednesday. As of April 1, the government will no longer be accepting applications for the program, though it will honour productions already registered and issue the relevant tax credits, according[…]

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Archives for: March 20125
  • Film director James Cameron visits Earth’s deepest point
    Tuesday March 27th 2012

    Honolulu – Hollywood director James Cameron completed his journey to Earth’s deepest point – exploring his surroundings and, of course, filming them before returning to the ocean’s surface. The director of “Titanic,” “Avatar” and other films used a specially designed submarine to dive nearly seven miles to the bottom of[…]

  • William F. White Int’l Announces Launch of New Education & Training Department Empowering The Next Generation of Canadian Filmmakers
    Tuesday March 27th 2012

    Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), have announced the launch of Whites Education & Training, a new department at WFW specifically dedicated to the empowerment of Canada’s production crews and emerging filmmakers. The new department, spearheaded by Whites[…]

  • Loss of tax credit ‘death blow’ to Saskatchewan film industry
    Friday March 23rd 2012

    The termination of the film employment tax credit in Wednesday’s provincial budget is a “death blow” to movie and television production in the province, industry members say. As of April 1, the Saskatchewan Party government will no longer accept applications for the credit, though it will honour existing registrations. Anand Ramayya of Saskatoon’s Karma Film said the change will force him to move his family and business elsewhere.

  • B.C. film industry looks for reclassification
    Thursday March 22nd 2012

    B.C.’s film and television production industry wants the provincial government to classify it as a manufacturer to help mitigate the impact of the controversial HST’s demise next year. According to an industry executive, the move would put it on a more even footing with Ontario and provide tax relief when[…]

  • Film tax credit cut in Saskatchewan budget
    Thursday March 22nd 2012

    REGINA - Saskatchewan’s government is cutting the Film Employment Tax Credit as part of its new budget, which was released Wednesday. As of April 1, the government will no longer be accepting applications for the program, though it will honour productions already registered and issue the relevant tax credits, according[…]

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