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  • B.C.’s overall ranking drops despite rise in 2011 film and TV spending
    Tuesday March 06th 2012

    Ontario has overtaken B.C. as a film and television production centre in Canada for the first time in many years despite overall spending on the west coast increasing 16 per cent in 2011 to nearly $1.2 billion.

  • PS Honours Robin Cass with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Monday March 05th 2012

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Robin Cass, a founding partner of both Triptych Media and Union Pictures in Toronto, is the recipient of the 2012 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Robin at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

  • Shoot It! Hollywood Inc and the Rising of Independent Film
    Friday March 02nd 2012

    Gus Van Sant is a rarity. Not only has he directed major Hollywood films such as Good Will Hunting and Milk, he’s also brought his unique approach to independent-style films such as Gerry and Elephant. But even someone successful at negotiating the jungle of U.S. filmmaking recognizes that commercial considerations influence every step of the creative process. In a surprisingly candid interview, he told author David Spaner that he’s looking to go digital to make no-budget films outside of Hollywood.

  • J.J. Abrams Extends First-Look Deal With Paramount
    Thursday March 01st 2012

    J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production banner have extended their first-look deal with Paramount Pictures through December 2015, the studio announced. Financial terms of the deal are not known. Abrams’ relationship with Paramount has been a fruitful one since 2006, when he first signed a deal with the studio. Since then, Bad Robot and Paramount have made Mission: Impossible III, Cloverfield, Star Trek, Morning Glory, and Super 8, with Abrams directing several of the titles in addition to Bad Robot producing.

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Archives for: March 20125
  • B.C.’s overall ranking drops despite rise in 2011 film and TV spending
    Tuesday March 06th 2012

    Ontario has overtaken B.C. as a film and television production centre in Canada for the first time in many years despite overall spending on the west coast increasing 16 per cent in 2011 to nearly $1.2 billion.

  • PS Honours Robin Cass with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Monday March 05th 2012

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Robin Cass, a founding partner of both Triptych Media and Union Pictures in Toronto, is the recipient of the 2012 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Robin at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

  • Shoot It! Hollywood Inc and the Rising of Independent Film
    Friday March 02nd 2012

    Gus Van Sant is a rarity. Not only has he directed major Hollywood films such as Good Will Hunting and Milk, he’s also brought his unique approach to independent-style films such as Gerry and Elephant. But even someone successful at negotiating the jungle of U.S. filmmaking recognizes that commercial considerations influence every step of the creative process. In a surprisingly candid interview, he told author David Spaner that he’s looking to go digital to make no-budget films outside of Hollywood.

  • J.J. Abrams Extends First-Look Deal With Paramount
    Thursday March 01st 2012

    J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production banner have extended their first-look deal with Paramount Pictures through December 2015, the studio announced. Financial terms of the deal are not known. Abrams’ relationship with Paramount has been a fruitful one since 2006, when he first signed a deal with the studio. Since then, Bad Robot and Paramount have made Mission: Impossible III, Cloverfield, Star Trek, Morning Glory, and Super 8, with Abrams directing several of the titles in addition to Bad Robot producing.

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Archives for: March 20125
  • B.C.’s overall ranking drops despite rise in 2011 film and TV spending
    Tuesday March 06th 2012

    Ontario has overtaken B.C. as a film and television production centre in Canada for the first time in many years despite overall spending on the west coast increasing 16 per cent in 2011 to nearly $1.2 billion.

  • PS Honours Robin Cass with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Monday March 05th 2012

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Robin Cass, a founding partner of both Triptych Media and Union Pictures in Toronto, is the recipient of the 2012 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Robin at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

  • Shoot It! Hollywood Inc and the Rising of Independent Film
    Friday March 02nd 2012

    Gus Van Sant is a rarity. Not only has he directed major Hollywood films such as Good Will Hunting and Milk, he’s also brought his unique approach to independent-style films such as Gerry and Elephant. But even someone successful at negotiating the jungle of U.S. filmmaking recognizes that commercial considerations influence every step of the creative process. In a surprisingly candid interview, he told author David Spaner that he’s looking to go digital to make no-budget films outside of Hollywood.

  • J.J. Abrams Extends First-Look Deal With Paramount
    Thursday March 01st 2012

    J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production banner have extended their first-look deal with Paramount Pictures through December 2015, the studio announced. Financial terms of the deal are not known. Abrams’ relationship with Paramount has been a fruitful one since 2006, when he first signed a deal with the studio. Since then, Bad Robot and Paramount have made Mission: Impossible III, Cloverfield, Star Trek, Morning Glory, and Super 8, with Abrams directing several of the titles in addition to Bad Robot producing.

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